Mommy Katie: #ad #Giveaway Holiday Shopping And Keeping Spirits Bright $50 Gift Card (Holiday Guide)

Thursday, November 21, 2013

#ad #Giveaway Holiday Shopping And Keeping Spirits Bright $50 Gift Card (Holiday Guide)

This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.
Ah it is that time of year. That time where when you are out, you are very aware of the season. From the weather changes to the sales. It seems that it does not fail, I can not even go to the grocery store without being reminded of the fact that the holiday shopping season is upon us. I am one who tries to find ways to not only satisfy those on my list, but also satisfy the budget, because if I do not stay within a budget, I will be regretting the spending later on. From the gifts that I buy, to the extra money that is spent on decorations and food for when we entertain over the holidays, there is so much on each list I have that requires money, and aside from the massive couponing that I do, I also look for other ways to save money. Like looking for those cash back offers, as well as certain sites and services where I can save money. One service that I utilize this time of year, and that I also appreciate when it comes to the savings is Discover. Not only can I use my Discover card to shop and purchase the gifts, menu items and decorations for the holidays, but when I use ShopDiscover.com, Discover's online shopping portal which features more than 200 merchants, I can feel better about my shopping knowing that I can potentially earn 5-20% Cashback Bonus! Also, now through January 8th, more than 85 merchants at the ShopDiscover.com site, will increase the Cashback Bonus amounts!!


Oh, and that is not all Discover cardmembers can expect to see over this holiday shopping season! If you are a Discover cardmember who has been saving up your Cashback Bonus, tis the season to use it. This is the perfect time of year to take your Cashback Bonus and redeem it for say a $25 gift card by redeeming $20 worth of your Cashback Bonus! Having the Cashback Bonus that you earned throughout the year can really come in handy for the holiday shopping. Like say for when you are shopping for your kids teachers, the babysitter or for anyone on your list! There are so many ways to save and when you use ShopDiscover this year, you can start checking off those items on your holiday list. Like for me, with the holidays and cooler weather, I like to stock up on pajamas for the kids, and when I use the ShopDiscover shopping portal and shop at The Children's Place, I can earn 10% Cashback Bonus! There are so many online merchants that you can use this holiday season for your shopping from the pajamas for the kids to the centerpiece on the dinner table, the savings just keep adding up with Discover when you use ShopDiscover! Well to help with this years holiday shopping, I am offering one of my readers a $50 Discover gift card. All entries must be US residents.




This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. This post is sponsored by Discover since I am a member of the Discover Preferred Blogger Program. Thank you to Discover for sponsoring this post!

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72 comments:

Jessica B. said...

I stick to my shopping list and buy everything on sale. jj250@aol.com

Lisa Brown said...

i use coupons and shop during sales

Amber Freesocial said...

Keep the credit card at home
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joanna garcia said...

i use coupon sites (retailmenot.com) and always compare prices!

freebiequeen15 said...

I try to buy early and start looking for sales early

Kris said...

I try to make a list before I go shopping so I don't overbuy!

Debbie Jackson said...

i save on nothing and overspend on kids in particular

Patricia Wojnar Crowley said...

I set a spending limit for each person on my list!

Rachel Travis said...

I shop with Cash!

JC said...

I set a budget and stick with it.

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Pam L said...

I use cash and limit my spending

Jeff Taylor said...

Always budget your resources. I never spend what I don't have (don't use credit cards for Christmas!) and I always keep checking sales.

JLin Mei said...

look for deals online and black Friday

Janet W. said...

I save money and not over spend by making a list of what I need to buy, price compare those items between stores, and stay away from impulse buys!

AMY said...

I make a list and stick to it. No impulse buying.

janetfaye said...

I shop store sales and clearance and I make a budget of what I will be spending.

Carrie Phelps said...

I make a list & stick to it! I just don't vary from my written list.

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Mami2jcn said...

I set a budget and stick to it.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

I've been winning some prizes and saving them for Christmas.

jenna dillon said...

I don't go over my budget.

Shanee said...

I shop on Black Friday!

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steve weber said...

I only shop online so I can get coupon codes and free shipping.

katy said...

I buy presents all year long on sale and tuck them away for Christmas. I buy wrapping paper and decorations after Christmas and save for the next year.

Sara Joy said...

I follow a strict budget and shop sales.

Julie D. said...

I make sure to comparison shop and get the best price I can.

kathy dalton said...

i make lists and follow them

shirley said...

Shop early, hit sales, and buy some things right after Holiday sales.

Marti Tabora said...

I usually try to shop throughout the year. Thank you.

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Jammie Morey said...

To save money I always shop early and buy things when onsale.

teresa herrera-honores said...

i always look online for the deals and shop using retailmenot or couponcabin

heather baker said...

I never buy anything without a coupon and on sale. I also never bring cash, too easy to spend.

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I set a budget for each person, use coupons and try to shop during the sales throughout the year.

Kari Crum said...

I write a list and budget and try really hard to stick to it. I also try to use cash.

Bianca Roman said...

i try to buy things throughout the year when i see them at a great price online or in store..and i always try to use coupons/coupon codes/cash back etc.


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Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

I set a budget and me and the family do not typically go overboard and buy gifts for everyone. We instead get together, eat, spend time with each other.
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Amy O said...

I try to make a list and stick to it.

Laura Lane said...

Keep expectations low and focus on Jesus.

♥Heather Dawn♥ said...

I like to make a budget and list for each person! I get a lot of great deals off Amazon!

Tammigirl said...

I make a list. Well, a series of lists, all on on page. This way I can see at a glance what I need for each person, for the house, for meals, etc. Having a plan helps a lot.

CindyWindy2003 said...

i have a list of people and thoughts on what presents as well as a budget for each person, only if I underspend somewhere else, can I overspend anyone else. But for the most part, by hunting good deals, I spend less than my budget

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Terra H. said...

I buy throughout the year, purchasing items when they are on sale. I also use coupons and match them up with sales. Thanks.
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Elaine Hearn said...

use ebates.com to get cashback

Ashley said...

We shop with cash and try to do the bulk of our spending all at once. If we spread our spending out, we spend more

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Kristen said...

I leave my credit cards at home so I will only spend what I actually have and not be tempted to gift a little something to myself!

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Frugal Tumbleweed Acres said...

I shop all year and make a few gifts also.

lisa said...

buy early with sales

mysweetiepiepie said...

I save money (and my sanity) by staying out of the stores as mush as possible!

Shopping is done entirely online, or items are researched online and purchased during an in-store visit of no more than 15 to 20 minutes during which I don't spend money on, other, unplanned purchases) :+)

Aimee said...

We use cash & only go shopping a few times

Eileen said...

Shopping with cash and doing a lot of comparison shopping.

Eileen said...

I shop with cash and comparison shop for the best deals.

Pixystik4U said...

i make a list and stick to it!

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Amanda Sakovitz (mandy83) said...

I use coupons and i always shop with gift cards when i have them.

Thomas Murphy said...

I shop the sales to save money.

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Megan Cromes said...

when i have money i try to save.

Christine Jessamine said...

I stock up on presents with the sales throughout the year

Gina Wildorchid said...

I make a budget and a list ahead of time and stick closely to it.

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Gianna said...

I have a very tight budget and just buy at the lowest price months in advance.

Rose-Marie said...

I plan way ahead and stick to my list, shopping bargains, sales, coupons, etc. and start months ahead.

Shelly Peterson said...

Shop the sales and put a price limit on each person I'm shopping for

Courtney B said...

the easy answer is stay home!


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Christine M said...

I shop all year to get the best prices.

Jennifer Speed said...

I buy items on sale and only buy things that I need.

lmurley2000 said...

I put my extra money in my saving account its harder to get out

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Kelly Nicholson said...

What do you do to save money or not overspend during the holiday shopping season?

theres a lot more to christmas than going broke