Kristen Ford-Stevens's Blog Posts Tagged 'deal' (2)

Daily Deal Sites, LOVE Them Or ...?

While talking to a few Mom friends we got on the topic of the deal a day sites and come to find out many of them used them frequently and loved the deals they were receiving. I have shopped Zulily a few times and was cool with the deal, but often I find that you have to get there quick for the hot deals because the do go quickly.

So far, I have perused Totsy and Zulily and I like what I see. I haven’t checked out…

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Added by Kristen Ford-Stevens on May 14, 2012 at 9:50am — No Comments

Leap Year or Leap Day? Whatever it is, check out our Deal on Kids Belts

In honor of Leap Year or is it Leap Day?  Well, whatever you determine it to be we have a deal for YOU!   We are offering free shipping on all orders $25 & up. To get this deal, just visit,  www.CuteBeltz.com for our current selection of belts for infants & toddlers.  If you didn’t know, we offer easy to use Velcro belts and the traditional D-ring belts for…

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Added by Kristen Ford-Stevens on February 29, 2012 at 11:31am — No Comments

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