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What's on sale in february

What’s on Sale in February!

 

 

 

What's on sale in february

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in FEBRUARY:

 

Seasonal Produce: Artichoke, asparagus, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chard, collards, grapefruit, kale, oranges, parsnips, pears, potatoes, turnips.

Super Bowl Sunday: Soda, chips & dips, cheese, sandwich items, crackers, snacks, wings, party trays.

National Hot Breakfast Month: Oatmeal, Cream of Wheat, frozen waffles, syrup, pancake & waffle mix, hash browns, bacon, sausage.

National Canned Food Month: Canned fruit, vegetables, pie fillings, soups, tuna, chicken, salmon.

Valentine’s Day: Chocolate, lubricants & KY jelly, perfume, cards, stuffed animals, gift sets, wine/sparkling cider, flower arrangements, candles.

Seasonal Items: Winter clothes, televisions, NFL team apparel.

 

 

 

 

 

Denver: Top 3 Tips For Booking Your Next Professional Transportation Service!

Denver: Top 3 Tips For Booking Your Next Professional Transportation Service!

 

 

 

 

Affordable Transportation Tips

For those who are on a budget, procuring professional transportation can be intimidating. This becomes even more true if it is your first time trying to rent car service, a limousine, or a party bus. There are some tips and tricks to getting the cheapest party bus rental in Denver without sacrificing the quality of transportation.

Consider the time frame

It goes without saying that weekends are busy times for transportation companies. Avoiding Friday through Sunday is a great way to avoid price hikes! The wedding season and holidays such as New Years are all periods of time where companies often book to capacity. Weekdays afternoons are always the cheapest times to rent transportation.

 

 

Ask about packages or cancellations

Many transportation companies offer package deals for a reduced amount of hours, because it makes more sense for events like weddings. You don’t have to be planning a wedding to take advantage of those prices, though. Ask if they happen to have any package deals available for the date you’re trying to reserve. Similarly, you can ask if there have been any last minute cancellations if you’re calling around the same time you plan on using the vehicle. You will be surprised at what some companies are able to do for you!

Split the cost among passengers

One of the easiest ways to make a limo or party bus affordable is to split the overall cost with everybody who will be on board the vehicle. When you do this, you can come up with a truly affordable price per person. It often ends up comparable to a ride share service, but limousine and party buses give you your moneys worth with spacious interiors and features to enjoy.

These are three easy tips to getting the most affordable transportation service without giving up the idea of having a trustworthy option. If you need more information, head over to this Colorado Limo Company.

 

 

Sponsored Content Produced in Partnership with Limo Denver

 

 

 

What's on sale in january

What’s on Sale in January!

 

What's on sale in  january

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in JANUARY:

Seasonal Produce: Avocado, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chard, grapefruit, mandarins, navel oranges, tangerines, collards, leeks, kale, kiwi, pears, pomegranates, papayas, spinach.

Diet Foods & Items: Cereal, frozen entrees, meal and granola bars, diet shakes/drinks, weight scales, diet cookbooks, exercise equipment and weights, gym memberships, exercise videos.

Winter Health: Cold medicines, vitamins, cough syrup, cough drops, hand sanitizer, tissues, tea.

National Oatmeal Month: Instant, quick, old-fashioned, rolled, and steel-cut oat, grits, granola bars, fiber bar.

Super Bowl Party Foods: Soda, cheese, chips & dip, chili ingredients, crackers, snack foods, and party food trays.

Seasonal Items: Organization; shelving, plastic tubs and containers, labels, calendars, furniture, exercise equipment, White Sale/home.

Clearance: Christmas items and New Year’s party supplies, winter clothes, coats, gloves, hats.

 

 

what's on sale in december

What’s on Sale in December!

 

 

 

what's on sale in december

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in DECEMBER :

Seasonal Produce: Apples, beets, Brussels sprouts, carrots, celery, clementines, lemons, mandarins, oranges, tangerines, cranberries, pomegranates, potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash and yams.

Holiday Basics: Egg nog, deli and fruit platters, spiral ham, turkey, instant potatoes, gravy mix, bread, pies, cranberry sauce, gelatin, pie filling, nuts, stuffing, specialty cheeses, cider, hot cocoa and tea.

Baking Items: Flour; sugar; butter; cream cheese; cake, brownie, and muffin mixes; nuts; pie crusts; marshmallows; and whipped cream.

Canned Foods: Soup, broth, condensed and evaporated milk, vegetables and fruits, spaghetti sauce, pie filling and sweet potatoes.

Holiday Gifts Items: Toys; pajamas; gift sets; batteries; electronics; jewelry; winter gear; gift card promotions; season passes to zoos, theme parks, and museums.

Clearance: Thanksgiving decorations, extra table settings, and turkey carving products. After Christmas, cards, decorations, wreaths, toys, candy, wrapping paper, gift bows, stocking stuffers.

New Year’s Eve: Party food trays, wine, sparkling cider, party favors and noisemakers, chips & dip, crackers.

 

 

dennver zoo free day

FREE Day at The Denver Zoo – THIS WEEK ONLY! November 16, 2017

 

dennver zoo free day

 

 

Want to visit the Denver Zoo? How about for FREE?

 

You’re in luck, this week you CAN! Because free days are, well ….FREE, expect large crowds (especially if the weather is nice) and plan accordingly. Arrive early to secure a parking spot (trust us on this one).  😉 Note: While admission is free, special exhibitions or other activities may incur a fee. So mark your calendar and cross your fingers for good weather!

 

          November – FREE DAY 2017

                 This the the LAST FREE DAY of this year!

 

  • Thursday, November 16

 

Winter Hours (Nov 1 – Feb 28)

Admissions Open: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m.

 For more info visit: www.denverzoo.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

denver zoo free days 2017

FREE Day at The Denver Zoo – THIS WEEK! November 3rd & 6th 2017

 

denver zoo free days 2017

 

 

Want to visit the Denver Zoo? How about for FREE?

 

You’re in luck, this week you CAN! Because free days are, well ….FREE, expect large crowds (especially if the weather is nice) and plan accordingly. Arrive early to secure a parking spot (trust us on this one).  😉 Note: While admission is free, special exhibitions or other activities may incur a fee. So mark your calendar and cross your fingers for good weather!

 

          November – FREE DAYS 2017

                 These are the LAST FREE DAYS of this year!

 

  • Friday, November 3
  • Monday, November 6
  • Thursday, November 16

 

Winter Hours (Nov 1 – Feb 28)

Admissions Open: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m.

 For more info visit: www.denverzoo.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

What's on sale in november

What’s on Sale in November!

 

 

What's on sale november

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in NOVEMBER

Seasonal Produce: Apples, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, celery, cranberries, kiwis, lemons, oranges, pears, pomegranates, potatoes, pumpkin, squash, yams.

Baking Goods: Nuts, chocolate chips, evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, coconut, cake and brownie mixes,

Canned Foods: Soup, broth, vegetables and fruits, spaghetti and pasta sauce.

Holiday Staples: Turkey, canned pumpkin, stuffing mix, boxed potatoes, gravy mixes, ready-to-bake rolls, frozen pies, cranberry sauce, gelatin, marshmallows, hot cocoa, olives, fried onion topping.

Halloween Clearance: Stock up on all things Halloween for the next year. Costumes & accessories, door decorations, spider webs, candy bowls, yard and outdoor props, plates, cups, napkins and tablecloths, window clings, pumpkin carving kits, streamers, confetti, string lights, Halloween candy

Cold/Flu Items: Cough drops, flu/cold medicine, tissues, lip balm.

Holiday Shopping – Black Friday/ Cyber Monday: Deep savings on door busters and advertised items ranging from clothing and toys to electronics and appliances.

Seasonal Clearance: Rakes, outdoor furniture, bikes.

 

 

 

What's on sale in september

What’s on Sale in September!

What's on sale in september

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in SEPTEMBER:

Seasonal Produce: apples, berries, grapes, onions, peaches, pears, artichokes, beans, bell cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, chili peppers, potatoes, squash, tomatillo, tomatoes.

Back-to-School Sales: notebook paper, copy paper, pens, pencils, backpacks, erasers, folders, binders, dividers, markers, composition notebooks, tissue boxes, disinfecting wipes.

Labor Day Sales: BBQ sauce, condiments, hamburger buns, chips, soda,
restaurants deals, movie theater perks, shoe and apparel store promotions,

Diabetes Awareness Month: glucose meters, Glucerna, diabetic socks, test strips, sugar free products, vitamins, weight scales.

Clearance: summer clothing, camping gear, gardening supplies, bug spray, fans and air conditioners, BBQ supplies, grills, charcoal, lighters.

what's on sale in August

What’s on Sale in August!

 

 

What's on sale in August

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, we said stockpile! We know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in AUGUST:

 

National Blueberry Month

Seasonal Produce: All berries, cherries, figs, grapes, melons, peaches, plums, watermelon, avocados, beans, corn on the cob, cucumbers, eggplants, green beans, okra, onions, peppers, summer squash, tomatillos, tomatoes.

Back-to-school supplies: Erasers, pens, crayons, paper, binders, backpacks, lunch boxes, notebooks, markers, note cards, USB flash drives, glue, tissue boxes, paper, sticky notes, scissors, staplers.

School lunch items: Pudding cups, lunch meat, single serve juices, Lunchables, PB&J, crackers, chips.

Cleaning Items: Clorox and Lysol wipes and sprays, hand sanitizer.

Clearance: Insect repellent, sunscreen, charcoal, swim suits, gardening supplies and seeds, fans, camping gear, BBQ items, pool/beach toys & equipment, patio furniture.

coupon class denver aurora dtc August 2017

Coupon Class – August 5, 2017 Denver, Colorado!

coupon class denver aurora dtc August 2017

 

During the Colorado Coupon Club couponing workshop we will be focusing on vital areas of savings at the grocery store. Join us and learn techniques on how to cut your grocery budget in half or more each month & skyrocket your savings!

 

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This in-depth, 2 1/2-hour workshop will cover:

 

Realistic Couponing:
See exactly how coupons work, how you can use them to save at least 50% on your groceries, understand your stores’ policies, and keep all those awesome coupons simply organized!

Strategic Grocery Shopping:
Learn how to avoid common marketing traps at the grocery store, and shop smarter! Also discover secrets to shopping at stores in our area & much more!

 

Change the way you shop & save more than you ever imagined!

 

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August 5, 2017 – Saturday, 10:00am – 12:30pm

Koelbel Library – (The Forum Room)

5955 S. Holly Street. Centennial, CO 80121

Registration Required – Cost: $20 per person

 

What's on sale in July

What’s on Sale in July!

What's on sale in July

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in JULY

 

National Ice Cream Month: Ice cream sandwiches, frozen novelties, ice cream, ice cream makers and rock salt, ice cream cones.

Seasonal Produce: Blueberries, cantaloupe, figs, grapes, honeydew melon, nectarines, peaches, plums, raspberries, watermelon, bell peppers corn, cucumbers, eggplants, garlic, green beans, potatoes, red onions, summer squash, tomatoes.

4th of July Items: Grilling meats, hot dogs, hamburgers, baked beans, BBQ sauce, ketchup & condiments, salad dressing, potato chips, dips, flags, fans, fireworks, charcoal, paper goods.

Shaving Items: razors, cartridges, shaving creams, lotions, and gels, aftershave.

Camping Gear: Tents, dutch ovens, sleeping bags, lanterns, hiking boots, coolers, air mattresses, fishing gear, headlamps, portable cooking stoves, first aid kits, water bottles & water filtration systems, insect repellent, sunscreen.

Back-to-School Sales: Crayons, pencils, folders, binders, notebooks, pens, markers.

What's on sale in June

What’s on Sale in June!

June

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in JUNE

National Dairy Month
Milk (be on the look out for free milk Catalinas when you buy cereal promos), ice cream, cheese, butter, eggs, yogurt.

Seasonal Produce: Apricots, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, boysenberries, raspberries, grapes, honeydew, watermelon, nectarines, peaches, cherries, corn, cucumber, eggplant, potatoes, tomatoes, red & sweet onions, summer squash.

Fourth of July Sales: Hot dogs, hamburgers, buns, BBQ sauce, ketchup, charcoal, salad dressing, potato chips, dips, mustard & mayo, relish, popsicles, frozen treats, soda pop.

Summer Needs: Allergy & sinus medication, sunscreen, insect repellant, swim wear, shorts, sun hats, sandals, beach/pool toys, bird feeders, outdoor furniture, coolers, barbecues and grilling utensils, charcoal, paper products, kid pools, sandboxes.

Gardening: Plants, flowers, seeds, watering cans, plant food, compost buckets, water hoses, soil, weed killers, mulch, lawn mowers.

Clearance: Umbrellas, jackets, sweaters, rain gear & boots, floral wreaths from Memorial Day.

What's on sale in May

What’s on Sale in May!

May

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! 🙂

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! 🙂

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. 🙂 Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in MAY

Seasonal Produce: artichokes, asparagus, avocado, beets, blackberries, carrots, corn, green beans, onions, peas in the pod, potatoes, raspberries, strawberries.

Cinco De Mayo: salsa, shredded cheese, tortillas, tortilla chips, canned & refried beans, shredded lettuce, pinatas & pinata fillers, frozen Mexican entrees & snacks (taquitos, mini tacos, chimichangas).

Mother’s Day: bouquets, gift sets, perfume, chocolate, photo frames and crafts, jewelry, candles.
Memorial Day: BBQ sauce, ketchup, condiments, charcoal, salad dressing, potato chips, dips, paper plates, plastic utensils, sandwich fixings.

Summer Needs: insect repellant, sunscreen, outdoor furniture, shorts, sun hats, beach toys, bird feeders, lawn mowers, barbecues and grilling utensils.

Gardening: plants, flowers, seeds, watering cans, plant food, soil, weed killers, mulch, compost buckets, water hoses.

What's on sale in April

What’s on Sale in April!

April

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! 🙂

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! 🙂

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. 🙂 Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in APRIL

Seasonal Produce: artichokes, asparagus, avocados, beets, broccoli, cabbages, carrots, grapefruit, mushrooms, onions, peas, rhubarb, strawberries.

Easter: ham, eggs, dyeing kits, stuffed animals, candy, chocolate, baskets, decorations.

Baking Supplies: sugar, spices, baking mixes, flour, chocolate chips, refrigerated cookie dough.

Earth Day: natural and organic foods and personal care products, reusable bags and water bottles, Energy Star appliances, CFL and LED lighting.

Spring: gardening equipment and seeds, bird feeders, spring cleaning supplies, allergy medicine.

Clearance: After Easter sales are the time to stock up on decorations, baskets & grass, egg dyeing kits & stickers etc for the next year.

What's on sale in march

What’s on Sale in March!

March

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! :)

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! :)

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. :) Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in MARCH

Seasonal Produce: artichoke, asparagus, avocado, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, grapefruit, grapes, lemon, lime, mushrooms, onions, peas, radish, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries.

Frozen Food Month: frozen meals and entrees, veggies, side dishes, desserts, juice concentrate.

Baking Supplies: sugar, spices, baking mixes, flour, chocolate chips, refrigerated cookie dough.

March Madness: soda pop, chips, dips, cheese, crackers, sandwich items, snacks, wings, cut fruit & veggie trays.

St. Patrick’s Day: decorations, corned beef, cabbage, Irish soda bread.

Clearance: winter clothing, snow shovels, ski and sledding equipment.

Spring/ Easter: Decorations, baskets, candy, ham, eggs and egg dyeing kits, gift sets, dresses and accessories.

denver zoo free day 2017

FREE Days at The Denver Zoo – February 12 & 13, 2017

denver zoo free day 2017

Want to visit the Denver Zoo? How about for FREE?

 On Feb12 & 13th you can!

Because free days are, well ….FREE, expect large crowds (especially if the weather is nice) and plan accordingly. Arrive early to secure a parking spot (trust us on this one).  😉 Note: While admission is free, special exhibitions or other activities may incur a fee. So mark your calendar and cross your fingers for good weather!

 

          Februrary – FREE DAYS 2017

 

  • Sunday, February 12
  • Monday, February 13

Winter Hours (Nov 1 – Feb 28)

Admissions Open: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m.

 For more info visit: www.denverzoo.org

Click HERE to see all 2017 Free days!

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What’s on Sale in February!

 

What’s the best way to save money while using coupons? Shop in cycles! 🙂

Shop in cycles, you ask? Yes, Grocery Sales Cycles!

Everyone knows that produce is seasonal. If you want to make a batch of peach jam, the best time of year is during the summer, when the fruit is in season and at its lowest price. Did you know packaged and canned foods are seasonal too just like produce? It’s true!

When’s the best time to stock up on baking supplies? Fall & Spring (Thanksgiving & Easter). Two major times of the year, most people do a lot of baking.

How about BBQ sauce or condiments? Summer time, of course! Between Memorial & Labor Day! Would you rather pay $4.00 for a bottle of BBQ sauce in January or grab one from your stockpile knowing you only paid $0.50 for that bottle? Stockpile please! 🙂

Understanding the grocery sales cycle is one of the best ways to save your family money. This will help you know when to stock up on certain “in season” items and when to hold back on purchasing.

The idea is to create a stockpile. Yes, I said stockpile! I know what you’re thinking…. this is NOT hording, or for a zombie apocalypse. 🙂 Just a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months or until the product reaches its lowest price again.

Matching these sale cycles with coupons is when you can save a TON of money and stock-up on the products your family needs at rock bottom prices. Here are bargains you’re likely to find this month.

 

What’s on sale in FEBRUARY

 

Seasonal Produce: Artichoke, asparagus, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chard, collards, grapefruit, kale, oranges, parsnips, pears, potatoes, turnips.

Super Bowl Sunday: Soda, chips & dips, cheese, sandwich items, crackers, snacks, wings, party trays.

National Hot Breakfast Month: Oatmeal, Cream of Wheat, frozen waffles, syrup, pancake & waffle mix, hash browns, bacon, sausage.

National Canned Food Month: Canned fruit, vegetables, pie fillings, soups, tuna, chicken, salmon.

Valentine’s Day: Chocolate, lubricants & KY jelly, perfume, cards, stuffed animals, gift sets, wine/sparkling cider, flower arrangements, candles.

Seasonal Items: Winter clothes, televisions, NFL team apparel.

coupon class denver february 2017

Coupon Class – February 18, 2017 Denver, Colorado!

coupon class denver february 2017

During the Colorado Coupon Club couponing workshop we will be focusing on vital areas of savings at the grocery store. Join us and learn techniques on how to cut your grocery budget in half or more each month & skyrocket your savings!

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In this in-depth, 2 1/2-hour workshop we will cover:

 

Realistic Couponing:
See exactly how coupons work, how you can use them to save at least 50% on your groceries, understand your stores’ policies, and keep all those awesome coupons simply organized!

Strategic Grocery Shopping:
Learn how to avoid common marketing traps at the grocery store, and shop smarter! Also discover secrets to shopping at stores in our area & much more!

Change the way you shop and save more than you ever imagined!

 


February 18, 2017 Saturday, 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Koelbel Library – (The Forum Room)
5955 S. Holly Street Centennial, CO 80121

 

Registration Required – Cost: $20 per person

 

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denver zoo free day February 2017

FREE Days at The Denver Zoo – February 2017

denver zoo free day February 2017

 

Want to visit the Denver Zoo? How about for FREE?

 Starting tomorrow Feb 2nd you can!

This month, the Denver zoo will have 3 FREE days!

Because free days are, well ….FREE, expect large crowds (especially if the weather is nice) and plan accordingly. Arrive early to secure a parking spot (trust us on this one).  😉 Note: While admission is free, special exhibitions or other activities may incur a fee. So mark your calendar and cross your fingers for good weather!

 

          Februrary – FREE DAYS 2017

 

  • Thursday, February 2
  • Sunday, February 12
  • Monday, February 13

Winter Hours (Nov 1 – Feb 28)

Admissions Open: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m.

 For more info visit: www.denverzoo.org

Click HERE to see all 2017 Free days!

denver zoo free days 2018

FREE Days at The Denver Zoo – 2018

 

 

 

denver zoo free dyas 2018

 

Want to visit the Denver Zoo for FREE? Well, your in luck!

There are 7 FREE days in 2018, where you can do just that!

Because free days are, well ….FREE, expect large crowds (especially if the weather is nice) and plan accordingly. Arrive early to secure a parking spot (trust us on this one).  😉 Note: While admission is free, special exhibitions or other activities may incur a fee.

           2018 FREE DAYS

 

  • Thursday, January 11
  • Friday, January 19
  • Saturday, January 20

 

  • Sunday, February 4
  • Monday, February 5

 

  • Friday, November 9
  • Monday, November 12

 

Winter Hours (Nov 1 – Feb 28)

Admissions Open: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m.

 For more info visit: www.denverzoo.org