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    A DOLLAR General customer has found a range of items worth $26 that customers can get for $5.50 The bargain hunter, known as Brodie Saves, stocked up on cleaning and bathroom products as she ventured around her local store in Texas. 2A savvy shopper found a range of items that customers could get for bargain pricesCredit: TikTok/brodiesaves 2The shopper, known as BrodieSaves, stocked up on household items such as toothbrushesCredit: TikTok/brodiesaves She revealed how shoppers can make a huge saving if they used Dollar General coupons on offer to them. But, she warned that some deals expire on October 1. Brodie picked up two bottles of Palmolive essential clean washing up liquid that usually cost $3 each. In her store, shoppers are able to buy one bottle and get the other one free. read more on dollar storesON THE CHEAP I'm a dollar store superfan - 3 underrated items at stores that make a $3 mealPAPER TRAIL I tried four paper towel brands to find the best - the winner is so affordable She then picked up three Febreze Small...
    A DIY expert has revealed that she used two items from the Dollar Tree to make Halloween decor that's so cool you can leave it out all year. A Tiktoker bought skulls, snakes, and art supplies to create a unique decoration. 2Kristyn Cole transformed Dollar Tree items into fancy home decorCredit: TIKTOK/kristyncole 2Kristyn Cole drilled two holes into the Dollar Tree skulls to begin the DIY transformationCredit: TIKTOK/kristyncole Kristyn Cole, a DIY enthusiast, bought two skulls from Dollar Tree and transformed them with simple modifications. She started by drilling two holes into each skull. Next, she painted them white for a clean matte finish. While she waited for the paint to dry, she spray-painted two snakes in a metallic finish to contrast with the skull.  Read more on DIYPICTURE PERFECT I'm a DIY fan & have found an easy way to hang a frame using toothpasteSPOOKY SEASON I'm a DIY pro - 12 Dollar Tree projects get you ready for Fall & Halloween She slivered the snakes in and around the skull and glued them in place. For...
    WALMART has announced major improvements that will impact all customers - here’s how new AI tech can save you money on bad decisions. This tech will allow online shoppers to visualize clothing on models that look similar to them in both appearance and body type. 2Walmart is introducing new tech that will change how you online shopCredit: Reuters Before, customers were able to select between dozens of models to find one that looked closest to them in order how to see how the items would look on their bodies. But now, the retailer is launching “Be Your Own Model,” a new tech that lets shoppers use their own photos to see how the clothing would look on them. The news comes after Walmart’s acquisition of Zeekit, a startup in 2021, creating a computer vision feature capable of analyzing catalog images of clothes to create a dressed image. The tech can also determine different versions of the product, including size, color and other factors such as sleeve length and fabric draping. READ MORE WALMARTSEEING DOUBLE I found a Walmart dupe for...
    There are endless ways to avoid things going to landfills. You can donate, give items to friends, resell them if they are in great condition, or turn them into something new altogether! @mindfulgoods You guys loved part 1! Here’s a part 2 ♻️???? #sustainableliving #reuserecycle #ecotok #ecoliving ♬ Music In Your Heart (Instrumental) – BLVKSHP Glass jars and old coffee canisters make great containers for bulk pantry items, desk organizers, or bathroom containers. And there are a million ways to reuse mason jars. Instead of using makeup wipes, try using reusable cotton pads, and instead of throwing away soap bars, you can buy a reusable soap bag and throw in your leftover soap pieces for zero waste! These days we are so driven by consumerism that we often end up with so much extra stuff and nothing to do with it. The first step to creating less waste is simply to buy less, buy less often, and be mindful about what you purchase. However, with the extra stuff you have lying around, try repurposing them! Not only can...
    WHEN you shop at Trader Joe's, it makes sense that you'd want to match the employees' ultra-polite and friendly energy. But some of the things shoppers do to be helpful backfire in a big way, one former employee revealed. 2A former Trader Joe's employee shared the bad habits of 'polite' shoppersCredit: Getty According to Mackenzie Filson, who recounted her time at Trader Joe's for EatingWell, shoppers often misdirect their energy into "helping" store associates when it does more harm than good. In the checkout, for instance, customers have a habit of handing items directly to the employee checking them out, which slows down a process built for efficiency. "One or two items makes sense, but no more than that," Filson said. If you have purchases that need to be bagged separately, or a cold drink you're going to enjoy in the car, you can separate it out and hand it to your cashier. Otherwise, leave things up to the professionals. "Next time you want to be helpful in line, set your items on the conveyer for the cashier to...
    SOME breakfast fans can't get through the day without their favorite cereal. Now Dollar Tree are offering great copies of the best-selling brands - and you can get them all in one pack. 2Dollar Tree are offering great copies of the best-selling brandsCredit: Getty 2A superfan found an impressive multipack of five boxes of cerealCredit: Reddit / Tin_Can5 A superfan of the renowned retailer found an impressive multipack of five boxes of cereal which are exactly like your favorite brands. You can swap out your Honey Nut Cheerios for Honey Nut Toasted Oats - or pick up a box of Apple Bits instead of splashing on a pack of Apple Jacks. Instead of a pricey box of Frosties, you could go for some Sugar Flakes. And if you love Fruit Loops, Fruit Rings will do just the same job at filling you up for the day. Read more dollar tree storiescook up a storm I’m Dollar Tree superfan & used its cooking equipment for home decor hackBAG A BARGAIN I'm a Dollar Tree shopper - three...
    INFLATION is hitting everyone and fast food restaurants are no exception. It appears we're getting less for more, so whenever we can share a deal, it's a win-win. 2TikTok influencer, pricelesstay, shares her Subway secrets 2Taylor shares which menu items are unlimited The inflation rate came in at 7% in December, which is the highest in 40 years. Fast food establishments, like McDonald's and Burger King, are adjusting their menus to reflect how prices are higher to produce food. Next time you go to Subway, you can still take advantage of some savings. TikTok influencer Taylor Price highlighted some Subway tips for your next trip to the sandwich shop. Taylor, who goes by @pricelesstay, told her 1.2million followers the Subway savings can be found through the rewards. Here are Taylor's Subway menu tricks. Most read in moneyCHECK YOUR CALENDAR Exact date '$1,657 automatic checks' will be sent out for FebruaryMEAL DEAL How to apply for EBT and SNAP food stamp payments as emergency $1,504 boost sentCHECK AGAIN Automatic new $1,400 payment to be sent in days after huge $660...
    Money might talk, but that doesn't mean aristocrats with a pedigree dating back thousands of years and the nouveau riche speak the same language.  From where they holiday to what they spend their money on, there are tell-tale signs that set people apart even within the world's wealthiest social circles, according to an elegance coach. Anna Bey, who splits her time between London and Geneva, explained in her most recent YouTube clip how to tell old money apart from new money.  She suggested well-heeled individuals spotted wearing too many designer logos, being rude to staff and buying into plenty of trends are more than likely nouveau riche, who are usually 'not very refined'. Here, Femail reveals the eight telltale signs that will mark you out as nouveau riche.   Scroll down for video  'The overuse of designer logos is definitely what most of us think about when we think of someone that has New Money,' said Anna (stock photo) Anna Bey (pictured), who splits her time between London and Geneva, explained in her most recent YouTube clip how to tell Old Money...
    A BARGAIN HUNTER has shared her new favourite shop she has compared to Poundland, but says it's even better as you can order online. YouTuber, Liyana Lifestyle, shared the video to her account and said she came across the website, Zadeel whilst she was looking for bargains. 6Liyana shared her new favourite bargain shop she found onlineCredit: Liyana Lifestyle/youtube 6She said there were hundreds of products for £1 or lowerCredit: Liyana Lifestyle/youtube 6She even found a great knock-off for the popular Gucci handbagCredit: Liyana Lifestyle/youtube The online shop has a collection of different items you can buy online, from kitchenware, homeware, pet accessories, tech, and fashion pieces, Liyana did not hold back on her haul. Whilst she admits to being Poundland's biggest fan, Liyana was super excited to check out the new online store which has a dedicated section to products they sell for £1 or under. Liyana said: "It's basically like a new Poundland, remember when everything there was a pound or under? "This is my new go-to place for all those kinds of stuff." She said she...
    Antique shops and neglected attics are often full of strange items, as proven by these weird and wonderful inventions. Instantly Modern has rounded up snaps from around the world that show unusual devices that people have trouble identifying - including gadgets for shaving, DIY and even everyday kitchen utensils. One image shows a SnapChat user from Corbridge asking if a tinderbox, traditionally used to store items for a fire, has anything to do with telephones.  Elsewhere, another person compared a storage container found in an antique shop to a Russian nesting doll. Here, FEMAIL picks out some of the most tricky to identify inventions...   Instantly Modern has rounded up a selection of items that are often tricky to identify - including this tinderbox found in Corbridge, which is used to kindle fires (pictured) One person bought an item from an antique shop with 'BX LT' written on the label, unaware that despite it's likeness to Russian nesting dolls it's an item used by a seamstress or tailor to store sewing supplies RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Neutrogena If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon has an FSA/HSA store where you can buy medical items and personal care items using your pre-tax HSA and FSA funds. Below, you can find out more about how it works, the categories included, and some eligible items. You probably already know that you can use Amazon to order groceries online and stream TV shows, but you may have overlooked its FSA/HSA store where you can pay with your FSA or HSA cards at checkout.  Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are health benefit accounts that let users contribute a portion of pre-tax money from their salary to an account that covers medical expenses they'd otherwise need to pay for out-of-pocket. It's also worth noting that HSA funds don't have an expiration date, though FSA funds do typically expire in December or mid-March.  You can also use some Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) on Amazon, though they all have different eligibility and rules so you'll want to check...
    Stay safe during blizzards. Brian Snyder/Reuters Aside from obvious emergency kit necessities, everyday items can also be helpful in a blizzard. According to the Red Cross, home fires spike during the coldest months of the year, so fire extinguishers are a must. If a car gets stuck in the snow, you can use sand, rocks, cat litter, car floor mats, and pine needles to increase traction. Newspapers and maps can be used as insulation if you're stranded in your car. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A major snowstorm stretching from Tennessee to Maine is slamming the Northeast, with 12 to 20 inches of snow predicted in parts of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. While the storm is expected to move quickly, it could dump 2 feet of snow on some places. Insider spoke to the American Red Cross about how to stay safe during winter storms using objects you probably already have on hand.  Aside from obvious emergency kit necessities like food, water, and first aid supplies, some everyday items can be surprisingly helpful during heavy...
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