THINKGEEK Will Be No More and You Get 50% off Entire Site!!!

I usually just do social posts for deals since they’re usually over pretty quickly but this one warranted a post. My dad, husband, one of my brothers, and even my kids to a point love the ThinkGeek site. But now it’s having a “Moving Sale” to be absorbed into the parent company, GameStop.

It’s sad to see the site disappear but that means we all get 50% off the entire site with code: MOVINGDAY

All sales are final and there are no returns so choose your deals carefully! ThinkGeek will become a section of Gamestop’s website after July 2, 2019. So grab the deals while you can. Squirrel things away for Christmas, birthdays, wedding gifts, etc. Go go go!

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Greek Gods Yogurt Available at Giant, Get Your Coupon Here!

If you love Greek Gods yogurt then I have the perfect coupon for you. You can print a $1 off any 24 or 32 oz Greek Gods yogurt product. The coupon doesn’t expires until 9/10/19 and can be printed up to 3 times per user so you can stock up on your favorite yogurt at Giant Food stores.

You can also look for the $1 off Greek Gods yogurt coupon in Valpak envelopes being delivered to some area of MD, PA, and DC that you can use at Giant Food stores. So look for this coupon in the mail:

I personally love plain greek yogurt because it can be used for so many things. I use mine as a substitute for sour cream. I also like to use some of my favorite flavored liquid stevia to make my own flavors guilt free.

Print your coupon here:

Do you have a favorite greek yogurt flavor? How do you like to use your greek yogurt?

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Simply Earth Essential Oil Recipe Box – June Box Sneak Peak

If you prefer to wait until you get your Simply Earth Essential Oil subscription box for June to see what you get then don’t read any further. For the first time, Simply Earth is letting the ambassadors give a little sneak peak into the box before most people get them.

If you’re not familiar with Simply Earth essential oil recipe box I’ll tell you. Each month is a new theme. Each box contains 3-4 full size essential oils, recipe cards, ingredients to make the recipes, labels, and containers. This is one of the best and most affordable ways to build your essential oil collection and learn how to use your essential oils. Simply Earth essential oils are 100% pure. They do not use MLM networks to sell products.

Alright, onto the preview, this month’s box has a few things to help you with your summer plans

Your box will contain everything pictures. As you get more subscription boxes you’ll amass quite the collection of essential oils and recipes. Here’s a closer look at the recipes you can make this month.

Right now, if you subscribe to the Simply Earth essential oil box and use code: ANGELABEECHANFREE you’ll also get a FREE $40 gift card you can use on just about anything on the site. Use it for more ingredients, use it for more essential oils, use it for a diffuser, whatever you want.

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My Rules For Buying Refurbished Electronics

Listen, I’ve been disappointed by refurbished products before. I remember one time I bought a “refurbished” GPS navigator on ebay. The price was amazing (like too good to be true amazing) so I thought, well I need a GPS I’ll give it a go. I got my device. I charged it and it turned on immediately. I thought, great, I really did get a deal. But it would never pick up my location. When I tried to contact the seller I got the run around and eventually nothing in the end. I contacted the manufacturer and they told me from the sounds of it I bought a defective product. I was never able to actually use it.

Finding the right refurbished electronics

Another time I decided to buy 2nd hand Nintendo DSs for my boys for Christmas (I couldn’t afford to buy them both brand new ones at the time) It still wasn’t that cheap but much cheaper than buying them new. I bought them at a popular store known for video games. Well I decided when I got home I was going to check them out make sure they were in good working order before I wrapped them to give them to my kids as their “big Christmas gift”. I was so glad I did. The one system wouldn’t even turn on after charging. The other had some kind of orange gunk all over it including in the crevices. It looked like someone was eating Cheetos and never washed their hands. I was so upset, but also thankful, I had the foresight to check it before wrapping them and my kids opening the Christmas morning only to be disappointed. I took them right back to the store and told them how disappointed I was. They took them back and I ended up buying brand new ones for my boys anyway because I didn’t trust to buy used ones from them anymore.

It was years before I was willing to roll the dice on another 2nd hand or refurbished electronic item. That is until I started following these rules for buying electronics that aren’t new:

  • Does the store or site offer some type of return policy? If they don’t offer one at all I don’t buy. If they offer one but only under weird circumstances or an unreasonably short period of time, I don’t buy.
  • Does the store or site offer a warranty on refurbished, open box, or used items? In my opinion, if a site is confident in their skills to refurbish an electronic item, or is confident in the sellers on their site they’ll offer some type of warranty. Anything: 14 days, 30 days, 90 days, give me something!
  • Buy from trusted sites and sellers: I will no longer buy refurbished electronic from Joe Schmo on ebay UNLESS this Joe Schmo has credentials, high positive feedback and lots of sales to back it up. I’m more confident in buying from places that specialize in electronics like Best Buy, DealScoop, Staples, etc.
  • If it sounds too good too be true it probably is
  • What is their definition of “refurbished”? Do they actually check it? Look at it? Fix it? Or do they just throw it in a box and say “sold as-is”. If it has some issues are they forward about it?

Why DealScoop?

I mentioned DealScoop. Some of you might be thinking “I’ve never heard of DealScoop. Why should I trust them?” That was my thought. I investigated their site before I ever agreed to work with them. They follow my rules for buying refurb products. They had a lot of positive reviews on the site. DealScoop has a grading system for their refurbished products so you can choose the best product for your needs. “A grade” means it’s a new product. The box has been open but the product has never been used. “B grade” is refurbished but like-new. There may be some minor cosmetic flaws but should work like new. 90% of DealScoop’s products are B grade. C grade products will have more noticeable flaws or scratches but should still work like new, according to the DealScoop site. If for some reason a product is missing a part, flawed, etc they will state this in the description.

I received a refurbished HP Envy Photo 7855 printer. Which is perfect because my older boys got laptops for Christmas for school work and we needed a printer for their laptops. The item arrived quickly. It was packaged well and had all the parts to it including printer ink! I honestly thought I’d have to buy printer ink for a refurb printer.

My 15 year old son was able to set it up and start using it immediately. As you can see, the test print went well. I showed him how to use the copier on the top. The touch screen was very responsive. It made a perfect copy as well.

We examined the scanner top and it looked like brand new. No noticeable flaws or cracks anywhere on the printer. This printer has wifi capability too. Perfect for both my boys to be able to print from both of their laptops. The wifi works, we tested that too.

I would absolutely consider DealScoop the next time I need a new electronic item. I could not have asked the is printer to be any better. If they would have told me it was brand new (which they didn’t) I would have totally believed them.

DealScoop wants to offer Luv Saving Money readers 10% off your purchase at with code: LUVSAVINGMONEY or you can go through my Dealspotr Influencer link:

I received the above mentioned product at no cost in order to complete this post. Any opinions expressed are my own.

Misfits Market Box – Madness Box Unboxing – May 22, 2019 Box

As soon as I heard about Misfit Market box I wanted to try it. The prices seemed unbelievable, the idea behind it was worthy, and it was open to my state.

What is Misfit Market?

In my words it’s the fruit and veggies that might get over looked or might not be put out on a store shelf because it’s not pretty. Maybe it had a bump, maybe it’s not the usual color, maybe it’s a little small or a little larger than we’re used to. Rather than wasting this food Misfit Market offers it at a reasonable price. All products are certified organic and non-gmo.

Why did I choose to try Misfit Market?

The prices are extremely reasonable to have fruits and veggies delivered right to my door. The fact that all their produce they offer is certified organic and non-gmo is awesome too. They use bio bags for the produce which are compostable. The insulation in the box is compostable too.

Check out our unboxing video for the Misfit Market Madness Box that we received today:

We got the Madness box because we’re a family of 6. It’s plenty big for us. There is a smaller box too. You can choose to get weekly or bi-weekly delivery subscriptions or you can do a one-time purchase. You can also choose which day of the week you’d like to receive your box.

Save 25% off your first box with my referral code: