FREE 12 pc Stemless Wine Glass Set After Cash Back

This offer is for new TopCashBack members. This set would make a nice gift or help with holiday entertaining. If you’re not a member of TopCashBack yet you really should be. You could be earning cash back and many of your online purchases! It really adds up if you do a lot of your holiday shopping online.

Step 1:  
Click Here to Get Started. Join TopCashback and signup for a FREE account if you haven’t already.

  • Important: Check your email to confirm your email address. Click on the link in your email to authenticate your new account.

Step 2:
Click on the pink “Get Offer Now Button

Step 3:
Add any Wine Glass Set from Walmart totaling $11.96 or more to your cart and head to checkout.  You must spend at least $11.96 to get this deal. 

  • TIP: Want to purchase more than $11.96?  Make a second transaction instead of adding more to an existing cart to maximize additional cash back.
  • Do not close the window, open any new tabs, or use non-TopCashback approved coupons while checking out.
  • Free In-Store Pick Up + Free Shipping over $35+!

Step 4:
Pay $11.96 or more.  That’s it!  The $11.96 will post to your TopCashback account within 14 days, and the amount will become payable.  Cash back can be credited straight to your checking or PayPal account.

  • Note: Transactions must contain at least $11.96 worth of purchases to ensure the $11.96 cash back is credited to TopCashback accounts. Transactions may initially track lower, but within the 14 days after purchase it will be uplifted and turn payable at the amount of $11.96. Transactions may take up to 7 days to appear in your TopCashback account. The deal is open until 11:59pm PST on 11/17/2019 or until supplies run out; whichever happens first; applicable for purchases made directly after clicking through TopCashback. Only one TopCashback account is permitted per member. 

10-in-1 Tool That Fits In The Palm Of Your Hand

Everyone knows that multi-tools can be so handy. Some of them are bulky, Some of them you have to search through your backpack, purse, or tool box for. But what if you have a multi-tool that was compact, light-weight, clipped right onto whatever you’re wearing and had TEN different uses? That’s what PockeTool brings to the table…or the campsite..or bike ride or whatever.

So what exactly can the PockeTool do?

  • It’s a carabiner
  • It’s a flathead screwdriver
  • It’s a phillips head screwdriver
  • It’s a bottle opener/letter opener/staple puller
  • It’s a bicycle spoke key
  • combine the tip with magnesium for a fire starter
  • It’s a wire bender
  • It’s a wire cutter
  • It’s a scraper/lid popper
  • It’s a 6 point wrench 10 cm, 8 cm, 7 cm, 5.5 cm

You’ll find though, the more you use it the more things you realize you can use it for. Use it as a keychain so you have it everywhere you take your keys, Use it to scratch your lottery tickets, use it to help separate, so much stuff.

It’s compact and fits right in the palm of your hand. Easily clips onto a purse, backpack, pant loop. Or small enough to fit in a pocket, wallet, purse, or change pouch. Keep it in your car for emergency like quick car fixes.

Don’t worry about it bending or breaking when trying to pop that paint can lid off or tightening a screw it’s made for 420 grade stainless steel. Check this video out to see the Pocketool in action:

You can pre-order PockeTool Now! Plus if you pre-order right now, it’s only $15! Great stocking stuffer or under $20 gift!

PockeTool is part of this year’s Holiday Gift Guide 2019 here on LuvSavingMoney.com so watch for that!

I received the above mentioned product sample in order to complete this post. Any opinions expressed are my own.


WOW FREE 72 Pack of Gain Flings from Staples After Cash Back!

If you’re not a member of TopCashBack yet, this is an awesome freebie offer. When you buy a 72 ct of Gain Flings from Staples through TopCashBack you get $21.99 cash back making this FREE!!! That will do a few loads of laundry huh?

TopCashBack is free to join. I’ve been a TopCashMember for a few years now. I can tell you they consistently have the highest cash back on a lot of sites I like to shop. Imagine earning money back for holiday shopping, birthday shopping, or even just every day purchases!

Here’s the details:

Step 1:  
Click Here to Get Started. Join TopCashback and signup for a FREE account if you haven’t already.

  • Important: Check your email to confirm your email address. Click on the link in your email to authenticate your new account.

Step 2:
Click on the pink “Get Offer Now Button

Step 3:
Add any Gain Flings from Staples totaling $21.99 or more to your cart and head to checkout.  You must spend at least $21.99 to get this deal. 

  • TIP: Want to purchase more than $21.99?  Make a second transaction instead of adding more to an existing cart to maximize additional cash back.
  • Do not close the window, open any new tabs, or use non-TopCashback approved coupons while checking out.
  • Free In-Store Pick Up!

Step 4:
Pay $21.99 or more.  That’s it!  The $21.99 will post to your TopCashback account within 14 days, and the amount will become payable.  Cash back can be credited straight to your checking or PayPal account.

  • Note: Transactions must contain at least $21.99 worth of purchases to ensure the $21.99 cash back is credited to TopCashback accounts. Transactions may initially track lower, but within the 14 days after purchase it will be uplifted and turn payable at the amount of $21.99. Transactions may take up to 7 days to appear in your TopCashback account. The deal is open until 11:59pm PST on 11/1/2019 or until supplies run out; whichever happens first; applicable for purchases made directly after clicking through TopCashback. Only one TopCashback account is permitted per member. 

Sam’s Club One Day Sale Coming Soon!

My husband and I just got a Sam’s Club membership for the first time in years. After shopping a few times I wonder why we didn’t do it sooner. So much savings already! I almost forgot about the Sam’s Club One Day Sale and now I’m super stoked!

Saturday November 9th is the Sam’s Club One Day sale. Doors open at 7 am. Guess what?! I have the circular so you can check out the deals. Amazing deals on Roomba, Kitchenaid, Xbox, tires, and much more!

I actually told my husband I think I want a Roomba for Christmas but only if I could find a good deal. This might the deal! There’s some awesome deals on laptops too!

If you’re not a Sam’s Club member yet but have been thinking about it, you can join through my referral link: https://www.samsclub.com/r/jqfwmbv My link gets you a free $10 e-gift card when you sign up! I was able to print mine out and use it in store when I signed up. So maybe you want to save it to get an even better deal during the one day sale? Just a suggestion.

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I’m Eating Shit on a Shingle and I Like It

As a kid I was raised in a family of 6. I lived in a 1/2 a house (or duplex if you will) in an old mining town. My parents were not rich. My dad had worked for a company called NAVco but kept getting periodically laid off. My mom would occasionally work a minimum wage part-time job here and there. One was at Hills department store. Eventually my dad got a job with the Post Office and things got a little better. I have to say that we always had enough. I never remember being hungry.

Very rarely if at all did we have things like packaged snack cakes, name brand chips, steaks, or roasts or the gimmick treats like dunkaroos or gushers. I remember homemade pizzas, baked mac n’ cheese, honey bread, peanut butter and jelly roll ups, and shit on a shingle. Well we actually didn’t call it that back then. My mom simply called it cream of mushroom soup over toast. My mom didn’t swear much and she didn’t want us to call it that. This was the poor man’s version of shit on a shingle (S.O.S.) . You can find recipes online that actually call for chipped beef and a bunch of ingredients. From my understanding that is the true shit on a shingle but this is the version I grew up with.

I disliked cream of mushroom soup, I preferred cream of chicken soup over toast. BUT, my mom and dad like cream of mushroom soup so that’s what it usually was. I just scraped the mushrooms off and ate it anyway.

I heard it started as a food many service people ate during the war. My grandfather talked about how it was a meal in the mines.

Today I have my own family of 6 but we’re better off than my parents were. I still introduced my kids to S.O.S. and they like it too. It’s not something we have all the time. It’s just one of those things I like when the mood hits.

Have you ever ate S.O.S.?