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Anybody want these?


I have more to give away!  Click on the picture for a better look.  If you could use them just leave a comment. will choose a winner tomorrow (16th) at 9 am.

Also I only need 4 more "Likers" on Facebook to get to 400!   Seems like a milestone of sorts. :)

SOOO For Extra Entries:
Like Me on Facebook (1 entry)
Suggest Tight Wad to Facebook Friends (1 entry) - I don't care how many friends, whatever your comfortable with.

Thank you!


I would love to use them!
Thabal said…
Sure, I want them :)

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Darci said…
Me me me!!!

darcibean AT gmail DOT com
Brenda said…
I like you on Facebook.
Brenda said…
I could definitely use these coupons.
Anonymous said…
I "like" you on FB!
Anonymous said…
I'll take those - thanks!!
Katie said…
I "like" you on Facebook!
Katie said…
I also suggested it to some of my friends.
Heather Ransom said…
Between my best friend and I, we can always put to use some new coupons!

Heather R
Mary T said…
I would LOVE to win some coupons!

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Mary T said…
Here's to getting you one closer to 400! I "like" you on facebook as Sun Dance (the pic with the waving wheat)

sundance dot survey at gmail dot com
Roberta West said…
I like you on facebook, in fact I wish there was a love button, I have a few that would get that vote! Roberta West I also suggest you to all my friends!
Tracy Harper said…
I like you on FB.
Tracy Harper said…
I'd love them!
I like you on FB :)

tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com
I could use just about every
coupon you have--never shop without them. :)

tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com
I suggested your page to a few of my friends--hope that helps!! :)

tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com
Amanda said…
Oooo I hope its me!!!

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jenspurg said…
Hope I'm not too late! Just saw the post.
jenspurg said…
Like you on Facebook.
I like you on Facebook!
Amanda said…
I like you on fb!!!
Sherri said…
I have suggested you on FB!
Jen said…
I would definitely be able to use them!
Sherri said…
I like you on facebook!!!
Jen said…
I also like you on Facebook!
suggested tight wad in utah to some of my FB friends.

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