Have you tried the Oscar Mayer Deli Creationssubs or flatbread sandwich? Well, 30 of my lucky readers will be trying them for free if they win this giveaway for one coupon for a free Oscar Mayer Deli Creations. There are only 10 mouth-watering flavors to choose from. I always have a hard time choosing because they all look so yummy.
Oscar Mayer would love to share some Smart Grocery Shopping Tips brought to you from Ellie Kay, a financial expert focusing on family. My favorite tip from Ellie Kay is to divide menu items from a larger quantity to a lunch bag size and avoid paying those higher prices for prepackaged items. Check out all twelve of her money-saving tips here.
A money-saving tip I have to offer is to buy products like Deli Creations when they are on sale and you also have a coupon for them. This is a great way to increase your savings at the grocery store by letting the store and the manufacturer offer you money savings at the same time. I have bought Deli Creations as a quick and delicious way to send lunch with my husband to work. It saves me time (because I don’t have to make the sandwich) and I save money because my husband is not eating-out that day.
Want to enter this giveaway for a chance to win? This giveaway will close Monday, December 15 at midnight (CST). The mailing addresses and email addresses that I collect for this giveaway will only be used for the purpose of contacting the winner, and will never be given to anyone. I’ll announce the first names of the winners in a new post the next day and mail their coupons. I will draw the names of the winners by using the random number generator at Random.org from the eligible entries received. This giveaway is open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older. The winners will receive their coupons in the mail from Freebies 4 Mom.
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Hubby and I take leftovers from the meal the night before. We always make sure we make extra and then brown bag it the next day. We have been doing this for several years now and it works well for us.We do allow ourselves at least one day of eating out during the week.
I pack my husband’s lunch the night before. It’s usually either leftovers or sandwiches. But, by packing them the night before the amount of stress in the morning is greatly reduced.Thanks for this giveaway. It would be a nice change from regular sandwiches.
We eat a lot of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. These deli creations are a great alternative.
I usually make my husband’s coffee, breakfast, and lunch right after dinner. He will have yogurt or cereal for breakfast. He gets a fruit for snack. Usually he will either take a sandwich or left-overs for lunch and bottled water.
As we clean up dinner from the night before, I make my daughter’s lunch as well as my husband’s for the next day. We don’t waste much this way and we don’t waste effort cleaning up and then getting it all out a again to make lunches. Also, I always write a little note to my 5 year old so she has a little love from Mom each lunch time as well as a little practice reading!
Make your lunch the night before so you are not using the excuse that you didn’t have time to make it!
I like to take leftover meat from the previous night and make it into a yummy sandwich.
Our brown bag meals are always the leftovers from the night before.
What a great freebie!
The best idea for brown bagging a lunch is to make at least four on Sunday night, go ahead and label them M/T/W/Th and then give yourself Friday as a treat! It makes the work week seem less draggy when you know that you can really “celebrate” on Friday.