Retailmenot.com just redesigned their site & are giving 5 Budgetsaresexy.com readers a $25 gift certificate to Threadless.com! (that’s a lot of .coms)
It’s been a while since my last giveaway, but we’re back on track and ready to start dishing ’em out again! And we start with one of my favorites as I’m a HUGE fan of both Retailmenot AND Threadless – they easily dominate their niches and really know how to treat their customers. Plus, RetailMeNot has some of the *best* coupons around! (they’re always my first site to check – honestly)
Okay, so how do you win? Like always, it’s crazy easy. You don’t have to subscribe to my feed or follow me on twitter, although I’d love it if you did, but you DO have to complete the following:
- Check out the newly revised RetailMeNot.com.
- Then drop a comment HERE to tell us what you liked, didn’t like, or whatever else you feel like mentioning about it :)
That’s it! I’ll use random.org to pick the 5 winners (your comment # will be your entry #), and you have until midnight on Friday to enter. I’ll announce the 5 winners on Saturday, and then email you over those $25 gift cards. Super easy, super fast, and super sexy! Nothing but the best for y’all. GOOD LUCK!
PS: They also launched a spinoff for all you in the UK: VoucherHub.com. Feel free to comment on that one instead if you’d like. Gotta keep my international readers happy too!
PPS: Just found out Shopaholly and Miss Thrifty are giving away $50 Threadless cards :)
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|Personal Capital (FREE) -- If you’re looking for a robust financial tracker, Personal Capital is the way to go! They’re like Mint, but on steroids and have much better tools for investment and net worth tracking. // Full review|
|Digit (FREE) -- A super easy (and automated) way to save. Every day Digit analyzes your income and expenses and will push money aside for you any time it sees extra sitting there. I've saved over $4,000 myself using them so far! // Full review|
|Acorns -- Having trouble finding money to invest? Check out Acorns – they round up all your transactions to the nearest $1.00 and drops the difference into an investment portfolio for you. Easy way to start investing! // Full review|