Friday, November 27, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving - A Few Black Friday Deals

For the wild bird enthusiast on your list - visit for great deals, beautiful bird feeders and bird baths, seed, Christmas Tree Ornaments (for outdoor trees) and a slew of other great gifts.

Use coupon: freeship and checkout with Google Checkout to save a minimum of $20 on orders > $100 (a hidden secret that you can "double dip")


For the animal lover on your list visit to find over 20,000 products for pets, fish, ponds and more.

They also have the hidden "freeship" deal that you can combine with Google checkout - but they also have quantity percent off discounts. They call it "Triple-dip" and it is really a steal. Stock up on stylish dog collars, find Grandma a new outfit for her pooch and save big.
Here are a few more that take the "freeship" coupon: (can't find the details on the website .. but it worked!)

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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Get Started on Holiday Shopping with FarmGeneral's "Double Dip- Free Ship"

"Double Dip- Free Ship" Launches on November 9, 2009 at

With consumer confidence at a two-year low, shoppers are looking for deals. For online shoppers, that's especially true.
Farm General Store at is doing it's share to build customer confidence. Dubbed the "Double Dip / Free Ship" deal, Farm General is offering free shipping on it's inventory of over 20,000 products, in addition to it's already discounted prices.

FarmGeneral launched earlier this year in a tough economy and is growing stronger and faster than expected. The store specializes in products for farm, home and pet. Popular brands found at the FarmGeneral website include 3M, Manna Pro, Tingley Rubber and Bogs work shoes.

Farm General features excellent customer service run by experienced professionals. Parent company - GregRobert Enterprises has extensive experience and an excellent reputation for ensuring customer satisfaction. This is contributing to the fantastic reviews that FarmGeneral has received thus far.

Use coupon: freeship when checking out at and "Double-Dip" on the savings.

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