GIVEAWAY: Win a $50 Visa Gift Card with Favado Resolution Solution

Favado Resolution Solution

UPDATE: This contest is now closed. Congrats Elena I.!

Were you a bit too spendy in ’13? One of my failures – especially as a coupon blogger – is not keeping my coupons organized. And when your coupons aren’t organized, you’re not using them – therefore you’re paying more than you have to!

The past two days we experienced ‘Snowpocalypse’ in much of the country but especially in Indy – the worst cold snap in 20+ years and 11″ of snow at my house, causing thousands to be without power and (here’s where I whine) we had no internet or TV for two days. I know, right? Believe me, we count our blessings that we had heat and power.

The down time from no internet allowed me to clip my coupons, go through a couple of back issues of All You and really get my coupon organizer back in shape for 2014!

The problem I have with New Year’s resolutions is they’re a joke. 99% of those who make them either forget about them after 2.4 weeks, or just give up hope.

So I may not have a “resolution” to keep my coupons organized, but let’s just say it’s a goal that I got a good jump on during Snowmageddon.

Favado Resolution Solution

There is one tool that every couponer – beginning or advanced – needs to have in their hip pocket (or purse, depending upon where you carry your phone).

  • It’s Favado. And it can be your Resolution Solution.

I introduced it first here and even chatted about it on TV. It will be the tool you’ll use to make sure you don’t overspend at the grocery store, and to help you have smarter grocery shopping habits.

Here’s a perfect example that I can use for my family this week:

Favado Target gift cardFavado Resolution Solution

Literally right now, we are out of our kids’ vitamins. So with Favado, I can quickly and easily see that there is a gift card deal going on for children’s vitamins at Target this week. Not only that, but the paper clip icon tells me there are available coupons. Double score! Before heading to Target, I will tap the Add to List button, add any other items I’m needing to my shopping list, and email that Favado list to myself so I can print my coupons from home before going to the store.

In this example, the sale price of one 120-ct bottle of Centrum Kids is $10.99. Tapping that offer takes you to the 2nd screen, and you’ll find that with coupons, Cartwheel savings and factoring in the free gift card, you can cut that price down to just $5.39 each. All that knowledge at your fingertips thanks to Favado!

Ready to give it a-go?

  • Head here and enter your info first. This will customize the Favado app for the stores YOU shop at, close to your home!
  • Download the app on iTunes or Play store and start saving!

GIVEAWAY

To help celebrate Favado’s Resolution Solution, I have a $50 Visa Gift Card to give away to one lucky Chaos Is Bliss reader who starts using Favado!  The giveaway begins NOW and ends at midnight on 1/16/14.

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Comments

  1. Elena says

    I will use more coupons to save money on groceries
    I subscribe to your emails: elena150980 at yahoo dot com
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  2. Sandra VanHoey says

    I need to further my use with couponing beyond one store and use them at different stores as well. I seem to just go to one when there are several more

  3. stacey b says

    Following via pinterest as staceyrenee711 & downloaded app and signed up with email stacey2561(at)aol(dot)com

  4. DESIREE H says

    One thing you can do to save money is cut back on things that are not a necessity.
    I got rid of my gym membership this year, got rid of Directv, and XM radio. All of those were added expenses that we did not NEED.
    Thank you!

  5. Lisa Anderson says

    Use all those gift cards that are sitting in the drawer! I should move them to my purse so I’ll have them when we’re out.

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