AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month: AMD stands for age-related macular degeneration; a disease that affects part of the back of the eye called the macula, and can cause the center part of your vision to become blurry or wavy. Prevent Blindness America has a great short quiz to find out if you are at risk. Coastal Contacts is offering a coupon code for 15% off your entire order, just enter code RMNFEB15 at checkout, they also have free shipping on orders over $38.00.
Deaf History Month: Miracle-Ear has locations nation wide and a printable coupon for a free hearing test, however the actual hearing aids can be very costly. Hearing aids are available at low or no cost to people that qualify though. You will need a doctor's diagnosis is necessary to qualify for hearing aid assistance, plus they are great sources of information on the products and services available to you. Another option is to contact the hearing aid manufacturers directly, like drug companies, many of them will help with the cost, especially for families of children.
$1.00 off any Arrowhead Flour
$0.50 off two .Arm & Hammer Baking Soda
$1.00 off on any 8 oz. or 16 oz. Organic Valley Butter
$0.50 off Imperial Sugar Extra Fine Granulated Pure Cane Sugar
$0.50 off Imperial Sugar Light Brown, Dark Brown, or Powdered Sugar
$0.75 off Organic Valley Eggs
Or you could save the mixing and get $0.75 off Nestle Toll House refrigerated cookie dough
National Hot Breakfast Month: Save $1.00 at Target on Multi pack Quaker Instant Oatmeal, or you can get a buy two get one free coupon from Better Oats Oatmeal, just find them on Facebook and then go to the promotions tab and click the like button to get your coupon. More into Cream of Wheat? No problem, get $1.00 off Malt-O-Meal When You Buy 2 Malt-O-Meal® Cereals 12.5 oz or larger.
National Pie Month and Sweet Potato Month: In honor of these I found a wonderful Sweet Potato Pie Recipe from Paul Dean for you. Did you know that despite a physical similarity and a frequent confusion with their names, yams and sweet potatoes are not even distantly related. They are in two different botanical families. Yams are actually related to grasses and lilies!
National Bird Feeding Month: Petco is having their Bird Feeder sale with 15% or more off, plus they have free shipping on all orders over $60.00. Wonder whats coming to your feeder? WhatBird.com has an incredible app for $29.99. Although that may seem a little high take into account that you can carry this with you easily and you can hear the actual bird's call, something no guide book can do for you. Once you have identified your bird you can check it off either on the app or you can download and print a free state by state check list, especially nice of you are going bird watching on vacation.
National Care About Your Indoor Air Month: Receive $10.00 back by mail with the purchase of any Filtrete Room Air Purifier by 3M. Just Mail in the rebate form along with the original UPC code from the package and the original cash register receipt dated between March 15, 2010 and March 31, 2011, submissions must be received by April 30, 2011, one per household.
Festival of Camellias Month: If you want to start getting info on your summer flower garden, check out this beautiful flowering shrub. You can purchase a wide variety of Camellias for your garden from the Camellia Forest Nursery. The Burpee Seed Company has the Pink Champagne variety only but you can use coupon code take10 at check out for 10% off your total order.
Chocolate Lover's Month: Somehow this was not a surprise. Godiva has some beautiful Valentines chocolates this month as well as a few great coupon codes. Note all of these codes expire on February 8th so act quick. Coupon code LOVE will get you $10.00 off your order of $60.00 or more, HUGS will get you free shipping on your order of $60.00 or more and HEARTS will get you upgraded guaranteed Valentine's Day delivery on your order of $75.00 or more. Remember to check out Godiva's free Rewards Club as well, its a nice little program that gets you a free piece of chocolate each month as well as free shipping on all your on line orders and some other very nice perks.
I hope you have all enjoyed meeting February, I have enjoyed sharing the introduction.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Cute Blog! I’m a new follower Happy Saturday!! I would love for you to stop and take a look at my blog as well! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by my blog. There are an amazing number of wonderful homeschool resources out there for parents to make use of now! If you google homeschooling, you can dive in for days on end! You can probably google your state and/or city to see some resources, but others are mostly shared by word of mouth, and not widely advertised. My daughter's high school co-op (which constists of about 100 students) is word of mouth only. My 7th grade son's co-op information can be accessed online though, so it really just varies. If you contact your state homeschooling office, they can get you hooked up with co-op information, and I think that every state and region has a homeschooling convention for anyone interested in learning more. Also, check out yahoo groups for homeschooling in your area. As far as state money for homeschooling... no such luck! :) Hope you find some good information for your area! Have a great day!ReplyDelete
I knew about a few of those but not all of them, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
There are two you left out that if you read my blog last Fri (Feb 4th) one is posted there and the other will appear next Fri Feb 11
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Wow MIchele! I can't even begin to imagine all the time it took to put this post together. With coupons and rebates to boot. Who know about all those things in Feb? Thank you for sharing. I posted it on Facebook too.ReplyDelete