This is great for Christmas or wedding expenses! Head over to the Target coupon page to find a coupon for a free $10 Target gift card when you spend $50.


Hurry! Ebates is having a double deal on TODAY ONLY!!! That means you get a 52% rebate on all magazine subscriptions, including all of their wedding magazines.

STEP ONE: Start at Ebates and sign up for an account. New users will get a $5 sign up bonus (which will make some of the subscriptions free)

STEP TWO: Use their link into

STEP THREE: Choose anything you want and checkout. The 52% rebate will show up in your ebates account!

A few of the (after rebate) deals:

  • Brides $9.58/yr
  • Bridal Guide $5.74/yr
  • Martha Stewart Weddings $7.68/yr
  • Weddings Jamaica $8.44/yr
  • Phyllis Hoffman Celebrate $11.52/yr

You will spend that on 1-2 bridal magazines in the store (and you will be tempted to buy them even if you think you won’t!) so save yourself some money and get a subscription instead!

There are also some great homesteading and gardening magazines! Try Hobby Farms, Hobby Farms Homes, and Urban Farm. If it is a magazine then probably has it!

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