Thursday, November 4, 2010

Make Your Icy Season Melt Away...GIVEAWAY!!!

Custom Spray Service is a locally owned company here in Spokane, Washington and they have agreed to give us 4 gallons of their liquid de-ice to give away to 4 lucky winners!

Four Savvy with Savings followers will win one gallon of liquid de-icer plus a few more goodies to help warm your winter season.

Entering is easy! All you have to do is leave a comment here on the blog, or on our facebook page by November 25th telling us what your plans are to save money over the holidays. Enter as many times as you want and watch FB for extra entry opportunities! We love saving money and we love to hear about others saving money too!
Refer a friend to our Facebook page and get 2 extra entries! All your friends have to do is "like" us on facebook and then leave a comment letting us know who sent them! We want to see if we can get to 150 fans by the end of the giveaway!
Here is the link to the liquid de-icer website (which is a work in progress) if you want to know a little more info on this amazing product!


  1. My plans to save money on the holidays this year are to use my UP rewards from Rite aid and my Register Rewards from Walgreen's to buy gifts for my kids. I am also currently watching Craigslist for a gently used play kitchen for my girls for Santa to bring them.
    I have already been using my Alberston's doublers to score cheap or free food to put away for Christmas and Thanksgiving dinner for us and to give to families in need.

  2. Monica you rock! I love that couponing allows us to afford items for our own families along with families in need!

  3. Lots of coupons, Dave Ramsey's books and how to budget have been a great way to save money, where I wasn't sure we could. I also do a co-op $15 for a box of fruits and veggies. I have a van and me and my girlfriends go and share the gas price to drive the 45mins. Ebay and Craigslist and the second hand stores for gifts and clothes

  4. Planning on saving money by watching the ads so I can combine sales, coupons, and/or register rewards. Scouting blogs such as this has become a major tool for saving money this year!

  5. I have been using Rite Aid coupons and +up rewards to buy Christmas gifts for months and with the new diaper deals at Rite Aid we saved enough to almost complete our holiday shopping. Along with Black Friday deals the possibilities are endless!

  6. I love how getting cheap diapers means we can spend money somewhere else!! Thanks for the comment!

  7. Pop at 2 get 3 free...would have been $36.45...I paid $14.59...saved $21.86.