Through Monday, Jan. 11th, head on over to Crocs.com where you can score an extra 25% off sitewide at checkout (including sale items!) – no promo code needed! One nice deal we spotted are these, Kids’ Crocs Hilo Clogs, Pink for just $8.99 (reg. $27.99!), there are also a wide variety of Kid’s Character Clogs on sale for just only $13.12 (reg. $34.99) when added to
Victoria’s Secret shoppers! Through January 20th, head over to your local Victoria’s Secret store or to VictoriasSecret.com to score a FREE Sport Pant (up to a $70+ value!) with any regular priced Sport Bra purchase (excludes clearance) – just be sure to enter the offer code GIFTSPORT at checkout. You can also snag FREE Shipping with any $100+ purchase when you enter the code FREESHIP100 OR
Head over to Bath & Body Works where right now they’re offering up TONS of sales! Choose from up to 75% of select items, $3 hand soaps, $3.50 wallflower refills, 50% off 3 wick candles, Christmas clearance items and more! Even better, you can choose one of these promo codes for MORE savings: BBWDEC25 – FREE shipping on orders of $25 or more (reg. $5.99!) BBW20
Calling all Victoria’s Secret fans! You’ll want to shop the Victoria’s Secret Semi-Annual Sale where they are offering up 60% off over 3,000 styles! This sale includes up to 40% off bras and sleepwear, 60% off clothing, and more! Even better, you can score FREE shipping on a $100 purchase with the promo code FREESHIP100 at checkout.
For a limited time you can head over to Nutrisystem where they’re offering $50 off, 14 FREE ENERGI-ZING® and NUTRICRUSH™ SHAKES to crush hunger and rev metabolism. You’ll also snag FREE Fed-Ex Shipping today. This plan will help you lose up to 10 pounds in one month…what a great way to start the new year!
A new survey says more of us are saving for our kid’s college fund than our own retirement. Oh, snap! I’m not pointing any fingers, but the data is pretty damming…What I’m curious about is WHY people choose to save for college instead of retirement. Maybe you can help me understand this issue. Are you saving for retirement or college?