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Giveaway for 2 tickets to WRAL couponing class!

Posted October 7, 2011


This month's Friday giveaway is for 2 tickets to the upcoming couponing class at WRAL on October 15! The class is full and registration is no longer open but we have 2 seats to giveaway!  Here are the class details:

Date: October 15

Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Food Drive: Please bring a can or two to donate to the food bank

Location: WRAL Studios, 2619 Western Blvd., Raleigh, NC 27606

There is also a coupon swap after the class for those attending the class. If you want to stay for the swap after the class, just bring the coupons you won't be using from recent inserts or printable coupons, already cut out of the inserts and in an envelope. You'll then get to share envelopes with a bunch of people.

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below with a frugal Halloween tip. It can be about frugal costumes, candy, parties - anything Halloween related. If you have a favorite frugal Halloween costume, please share it!

I'll randomly pick a winner on Monday, October 10 at 1:00 PM. Good luck!

Click HERE for a list of other upcoming couponing workshops.


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  • gocats8 Oct 10, 2011

    I always make Halloween costumes. Definitely none of those expensive store-bought costumes for my family. It makes it much more customized and memorable.

  • pirategirl12 Oct 10, 2011

    Oxymoron02: LOVE the Ick Party!

  • pirategirl12 Oct 10, 2011

    I always get my and my hubby's costumes for the next year after Halloween this year! I scored an Elvis costume for hubby last year for $2.50!

  • materman Oct 9, 2011

    my kids and I paint pumpkins instead of carving them to use them after Halloween to make pies. cakes or cookies.

  • BRAINIAC1911 Oct 9, 2011

    Spooky Dudes – No need to spend hundreds of dollars on scary characters for your yard when you can create your own. Using old clothes stuffed with balloons, socks or hay, you can inexpensively create your very own spooky dude scarecrow people to stand in the yard or in doorways to give everyone they encounter a fright.

  • kellyellis9001 Oct 8, 2011

    my tip is that im going to use all the granola bars etc that i paid next to nothing for at triples and give those to the few trick or treaters we may get.

  • renmusical Oct 8, 2011

    Start shopping the candy sales early combing with coupons and after the holiday buy treat bags and costume items on clearance.

  • emilyburchharris72 Oct 8, 2011

    This will be our first year trick-or-treating. We are making a Superman costume for our toddler (got a T on sale at a store and using a bib as a cape) and we have been hitting the candy sales with coupons to stock up for the 100 trick-or-treaters that we expect.

  • pellis02 Oct 8, 2011

    We buy costumes after Halloween when they are 75 % off. You can also find some great accessories. Treat bags are another thing I buy after Halloween and keep for the following year.

  • peterbiltgirl Oct 7, 2011

    Have a party first week or so in October. Have everyone bring old costumes to trade, and share ideas for costumes and party ideas.