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Go here to get our daily emails.  Yes, they come everyday, usually around 2pm, but it can vary a hour or so on either side.  They’re not for those who would be annoyed by getting an email every single day.  :)  The emails give links to all the posts we did, in the previous 24 hours.

Make sure you click on the confirmation email!!  So many miss this step.  I’m guessing it’s because it goes to spam sometimes, so be sure to check there if you don’t see it.

Facebook is where we’re most active.  We post extras over there all the time, especially more localized deals or offers that will probably disappear quickly.  As an added bonus, you can learn tidbits from others who contribute or ask questions over there.

After you follow the page, if you hover over “Following” and choose “See First,” Facebook will show Bargain Believer posts first, so you don’t miss anything or see it too late … or never.  If you don’t, there’s a good chance you’ll miss a lot.  The more you like, comment, and share posts; the more Facebook believes you actually want to see the posts.  Stay active, please!  It also keeps us motivated, knowing there are people who are actually out there.  :)

Sometimes, we wait to post on Facebook, so there’s a greater chance it will actually be shown in your feed.  (Facebook doesn’t seem to like us posting things right in a row.)  If you’re waiting on something, you can always hop over to and see if it’s already there.  Sometimes, we’re backed up, especially on Mondays & Tuesdays, when we do a lot of ad match ups.

Honestly, Twitter just gets the automatic feeds from the website.  If you’re a Twitter follower, everything will be there.  It will just show the post title and have a link.  There won’t be extra commentary or interaction there.

If you don’t know what this is, it’s probably not for you.  :)  You can get feeds in different ways, but here’s a link, if you want to set it up this way.

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3 Responses to “Get Free Updates”

  • Margaret Lawless says:

    Hello, New to your bargain site.
    What is deal match up?

    • Juli says:

      Basically, they are the products we list on each store’s list, with a coupon. So, if you go to the Fry’s list, you may see a deal match up for cereal. We’ll have the sale price listed, with possible coupons you could use, to lower that price. If you click the green plus signs, you can get the deal you want to purchase on your own list, to take to the store. If you have another questions, you can ask under the post it pertains to, send us an email, or post it over on our Facebook page. Hope you save a bunch!

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