Sparkle Time Giveaway Hop

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Welcome to the Sparkle Time Giveaway Hop & $10 Amazon eGift Card Giveaway. Summer is a sparkly time. We love the fireworks on the 4th of July and other fireworks at baseball games and even weddings. Do you love fireworks or do they get too loud for your ears. Sometimes they bother your pet’s ears. I hope that your month will be filled with many times of fun and peace.

I’m giving away a $10 Amazon eGift Card. You can use it on anything at I hope you’ll enjoy entering and don’t forget to come back day after day for those Daily Entry points.

Giveaway Rules: Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and live in the US or CAN. Winner will be notified by email and will then have 48 hours to reply and claim the prize. If they fail to do so, a new winner will be chosen. All winning entries will be verified. No social media is in any way responsible for this giveaway. The Frugal Grandmom is responsible for prize fulfillment.

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Lisa Ehrman
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22 Responses to Sparkle Time Giveaway Hop

  1. Maureen says:

    Using Rakuten or one of the rebate services when ordering online.

  2. Calvin Fung says:

    Save fuel, go on multiple trips on the way at once, that way you don’t have to make it out every time for a trip to the grocery store. Get it during an errand.
    Buy in bulk, especially non perishable or things that can be stored long term, when things are on sale. If you can.. freeze bread, can store for a long time.

  3. Amber Lee Kolb says:

    Clear out old junk and sell it! That’s what I’ve been working on this week 🙂

  4. Jodi W says:

    Frugal tip is make your own cleaner. In a spray bottle of water mix in a little bit of hydrogen peroxide and at leat 70% rubbing alcohol. It cleans, disinfects and even gets up stains.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Check out your library’s resources! It’s not just books and movies (which are great)—you can get museum and park passes, borrow laptops and other devices, and possibly find other cool things (heirloom seeds! cake pans!)…the sky’s the limit!

  6. Nancy says:

    My best frugal tip is to fully use the resources of your local public library for education and entertainment.

  7. tammy ta says:

    My frugal tip is to reuse plastic bags, baggies, wrap. tin foil etc…

  8. Clem says:

    Less frequent washing clothes, etc.

  9. Sarah L says:

    Never shop without a list and always stick to it.
    Thanks for the contest.

  10. rochelle haynes says:

    My tip is to stay safe

  11. Susan Smith says:

    Buy store brands, they are less expensive and there aren’t much of a difference in quality.

  12. Natalie says:

    My frugal tip is to try buying generic or store brands of products/food vs name brands.

  13. heather says:

    Best frugal tip is to shop at your local Goodwill store for clothing you can find some amazing high end clothing there for cheap.

  14. Deb Pelletier says:

    I look for sales and shop at used stores.

  15. You know how you end up with some small odd amount left over on a gift card that you can’t buy anything with? Go to a gas station and ask them to ring up exactly as much gas as is left on your card.

  16. Helen says:

    Shop at second hand stores or market places to find the best prices

  17. Edye says:

    Couponing and saving!

  18. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    My best frugal tip is to plan meals and eat at home as much as possible.

  19. Jeanna Massman says:

    I buy most of my clothes at Thrift Stores.

  20. Sunnymay says:

    I learned you can throw wrinkled clothing in the dryer with some ice cubes. After a few minutes, the wrinkles have shaken out. It saves you from ironing.

  21. Polly Hall says:

    I save seeds from my annual flowers and replant them in the spring.

  22. Nancy says:

    Plan more, shop less. Be a more thoughtful person in general in how you spend, eat & with whom. Your time is priceless, so spend it well. 🌅

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