Saving Money Online – Healthy Deals (And Learn How I Scored a Pair of Champion Sweat Pants for 15¢!)

~  I just got a pair of nice Champion brand sweat pants from thredUp for our son Elias for just 15¢!  I am so excited!

How did I do this?  Since I just heard about thredUP, I was able to sign up and get a $10 referral credit.  Plus, this month they are offering a 20% discount when you use the code AUGUST20.  Here’s how to score an awesome deal like this:

  • Click through and sign up for an account at thredUp.  $10 will immediately be put into your account.
  • Place item(s) of choice into your cart - boys and girls clothes from infant all the way up to size 20!!  If you choose something that costs $3.80 or less, with your $10 credit and the 20% discount, you’ll get the item completely free.  (Elias’ pants were $3.99, so I had to pay 15¢ after all said and done!)
  • Head to checkout.  Your $10 will be automatically deducted.  Click on the “promo code” option to enter the code AUGUST20.  20% of the total price will then be knocked off.
  • Share your own referral code with friends on facebook and through email if you’re interested in earning more credit.

~  If you go through a lot of Real Maple Syrup, I found that you can get a half gallon jug for $36.00 at Amazon.  You’ll need to click on the “Grade B” option to receive this price.  I prefer Grade B as it is slightly less processed, therefore contains more nutrients.

~  Tropical Traditions is offering a 10% coupon code, valid through Monday, August 20.  (Minimum order $16)  Use the code 21282 at checkout to receive the discount.  Their Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil is buy one get one free right now so you can get two – 32 ounce jars for $25, plus the 10% discount.  Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil is flavorless – a perfect way to consume this healthy oil if you aren’t a fan of coconut flavor.

~  I was excited to see that iHerb is offering a $10 discount to new customers with an order over $40, or a $5 discount to new customers with an order under $40.  Use my referral code:  BID487 to receive this discount.  Plus, orders over $20 ship free!  I really like ordering my Enjoy Life Soy Free Chocolate Chips through iHerb.  :)

Comments

  1. Denita says

    You just reminded me that yesterday I found coconut oil at Costco for I think 20 cents per ounce. I’ve never seen it at Costco before and thought some of your readers would like to know.

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    Laura Reply:

    Wow, that is an incredible price!

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  2. says

    Just signed up for ThreadUp using your link! Got 3 NFL & Sports Jerseys for my boys for only $6 shipped! Thank you so much for the info about this… this is surely going to be a favorite place to shop from now on! =) God Bless! ~Erika

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    Laura Reply:

    You got an fantastic deal!!

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  3. Joy A. says

    Thanks so much for sharing the Thred Up website, referral offer, and August discount. The Thred Up website is awesome. I found some awesome deals and referred the website to most of my friends and family. Thanks so much, I am very excited to receive my order! It is similar to the Just Between Friends Sale, onlt it is Online!

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  4. says

    I thought the coconut oil looked like a good price but then I realized it is refined. Do you recommend refined or unrefined coconut oil? thanks.

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    Laura Reply:

    The refined from Tropical Traditions is just as healthy for you as the virgin oil. It is just processed differently so it doesn’t taste coconutty. I like the virgin (which tastes like coconut) for baking, and the expeller pressed for frying or for recipes that I don’t want to taste coconutty. :)

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  5. Tammy says

    Laura, I’ve learned a lot from your website, and you make cooking healthfully so much simpler! Just to let you know, I grew up making maple syrup with my family in Michigan. At least here, the Grade B is processed exactly the same way as Grade A. As the season progresses, the syrup just naturally turns darker and stronger and is graded by color. Grade A makes good table syrup. I like Grade B for cooking because of the more intense flavor, but both are healthful.

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    Laura Reply:

    Oh, very good to know, thank you!

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  6. Mandy says

    For anyone with a Trader Joes near them, they have a great deal on maple syrup too. At mine, a 32 oz jug is $17. (We’re in the Central Ohio area).

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