Free Goodies When You Buy a Home

Even with the economy in peril, we have still received a ton of mail related to the purchase of our home. Of course we have been inundated with those mortgage life insurance mailings, window treatment ads, and other related junk, but if you look through it all we have found some goodies:

  • 10% off Pottery Barn coupon
  • 10% off Crate & Barrel coupon
  • 20% off 1 piece of furniture at Room Store
  • Neighborhood Welcome Mailing that included a free pizza and free dozen bagels from local merchants
  • Walgreens Drug Store coupons - $25 credit for a transferred prescription, $5 off $20 coupon, free bottle of aspirin
  • 10% off Lowes coupon
  • 10% off Home Depot coupon
  • $10 credit at Ace Hardware
  • $10 credit at local cleaners
  • Free office visit at a local veterinarian

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I got a lot of that junk when I move to a new apartment complex, as well. Although, I've yet to receive a free pizza, which would be helpful come moving time. At any rate, while I can see the possible benefit to a a Lowes or Home Depot coupon for a house, there's not much use for me in an apartment, so the coupon goes to waste. I'd be much better suited to Bed, Bath, and Beyond or the equivalent, yet I never receive those kinds of coupons. I suspect this is why I've never gotten into the coupon game, I never seem to find coupons for the stuff I use.

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