Big Savings at Simply Ink

Big Savings at Simply Ink

Big Savings at Simply Ink


If you’re like me, you probably have a memory card on your digital camera just full of summer memories. Graduation, family vacation and all the beautiful scenery from your weekend hiking trip.  Time to empty the pictures off the camera onto the hard drive. The trouble is, no one can see them on the computer. How about printing them and making a big summer photo collage?  Frame those beautiful memories and hang them on the wall.  Are you kidding?  Do you realize how much ink it will take to print a whole collage frame worth of photos?

This doesn’t have to be a problem at Simply Ink. You can order printer cartridges and save big money by entering the coupon code here. Simply Ink can save you over 75% on ink and toner cartridges for your printer.  Until 9-30-11 you can get 10% of any item (Excludes OEM Ink & Toner), and take advantage of their free shipping in the contiguous U.S. when you spend more than $55.  So feel free to fire up that printer and share your photo memories. You can save at Simply Ink.

Change Everything In 48 Hours With Rue La La

Every day at 11 a.m. EST, Rue La La opens their online doors.

And every day at 11:01 a.m. EST, smart shoppers run wild.

They don’t really have a choice.

You see, Rue La La’s way to get you and your friends the best values on food, travel packages, and clothing for both men and women is to let you run wild and grab everything in reaching range that you can — for two days.

That’s it; 48 hours the doors of whatever particular boutique (be it anything from Calvin Klein suits to Diesel shoulder bags) closes up.  It makes all the sense in the world, though: with dozens and dozens of designer brands being offered at private sale prices you better believe it redfines the term “he (or she) who hesitates is lost”.  Not to worry, though.  As boutiques close, new ones open.  With the likes of trips to Belize and clothing from Dolce Vita coming up in the next few days you should speed over to the Rue La La website and become a member by signing up here.

And remember: the clock is ticking.

Skip The Sunday Paper

Unless you just enjoy crossword puzzles with a cup of coffee in hand, one of the main reasons to pick up the Sunday paper are the sales circulars and coupons. But with the SundaySaver website, even that’s become archaic.

SundaySaver collects weekly sales circulars and Sunday newspaper ads for you all in one place. You should give it a browse yourself, but here are some examples of the categories and retailers found on the site:

Department & Clothing Stores
Big Lots, Dillard’s, JC Penney, K-Mart, Walmart and more.

Electronics & Computers
Best Buy, Fry’s, Radio Shack and more.

Supermarkets and Grocery
Albertson’s, Dominick’s, Ralph’s, Trader Joe’s and more.

Home Improvement and Furnishings
Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot, Lowe’s and more.

Pharmacy & Health
CVS, Duane Reade, Walgreens, Rite Aid and more.

Office Supplies
Office Depot, OfficeMax, Staples.

Sporting Goods
Big 5, Dick’s, Modell’s, Sports Authority and more.

Boston Market, KFC, Pizza Hut, Subway.

LogicBuy Offers Quality Deals on Computers and Electronics

With all the coupon sites out there – heck, even we have a hard time keeping track of them all – the quality of the deals provided has to be one of the most important factors in winning your attention. But if your interest is deals on computers and electronics, LogicBuy is worth scanning through for deals and coupons.

Besides listing quality deals though, what sets LogicBuy apart is its focus on developing a community. In fact, users are encouraged to participate in a number of ways:

1) Share and post deals and coupons they find on their own.

2) Rate the deals on the site so that the best deals rank as the best deals on the homepage.

3) Provide reviews on products they’ve tested or owned.

4) Discuss tips, codes and anything else on the site with other users.

LogicBuy is a big believer in the power of community to improve its service, and to its credit they issue points to their members for contributing. It’s not entirely clear how valuable these points are, but if a user’s deal reaches the front page in popularity, LogicBuy is said to offer major points that can be redeemed for rewards.

Get Cash for Your Gadgets From Gazelle

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If you’re looking for a quick and convenient way to score some cash for your electronics and eBay or Craigslist just isn’t your thing, Gazelle is a site than can take the pain and hassle of reselling away from you.

How It Works

1) Enter the item you’d like to sell in the search bar on the homepage.

2) Enter the condition of the item.

3) An offer for your item is immediately calculated that you can accept or reject.

4) If accepted, the offer is locked in for 30 days and you just need to get the item to Gazelle in that 30 day window. Gazelle will even mail you a box with a prepaid shipping label.

After the item is returned and inspected, Gazelle will confirm the condition and make any adjustments to the original offer as necessary. If any changes are made, Gazelle will contact you and you are free to accept or decline the new offer.

As for payment, there are a variety of options including a check, PayPal, prepaid Visa or Amazon Gift Card. You can also choose to donate some or all of the cash to one of more than 100 approved charities. For most items, payment is issued within a week from the time Gazelle receives it.

I’ve personally tried out this service when I upgraded my iPhone and was impressed. You get the security of knowing exactly how much your item will sell for. Sure, it might not be the most money you can possibly get for the item, but to me the convenience had a value that allowed me to skip out on the higher maintenance of most any other service out there. I’m sure you have something laying around the house you don’t need anymore so give it a shot!