How to Save Big on Products from Your Favorite Brands and Bloggers!

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I really like saving money… That’s why do things like:

Since I live 40-ish miles from town, I also appreciate it when I can purchase some things online. (Mainly because it’s one less stop I have to make with 2 small children in carseats!)

I don’t know about you, but I struggle with finding coupon codes for purchases I make online… Sure, I do the obligatory Google search to see what I can scrounge up, but I seem to have a special knack for finding those discount codes that *just* expired. Argh.

So when I have the chance to snag easy-to-find savings, all in one place, I’m all ears. Especially when the savings are for products I actually want to use– and not things like processed-food and chemical-laden beauty supplies.

I’ve recently become involved with the Village Green Network, and I’m lovin’ it. And if you like whole foods, natural living, and sustainable lifestyles– then you are gonna love it too!

There are lots of other exciting events coming down the pipeline in the next few months as well. (Trust me, it’s going to be awesome- I can’t wait to tell you more!) I know many of you absolutely loved the Healthy Living Summit and eBook bundle that happened earlier this year.

But what if I told you could save even more on Village Green Network products and sponsor promotions?

Village Green Premium is a BRAND-NEW membership club that gives you access to a thousands of dollars worth of savings for $5 a month.

bullets_bannerWhat You Can Expect:

  • Up to 50% off Village Green Blogger Products (like eBooks and eCourses from bloggers like Mommypotamus, Thank Your Body, Butter Believer, Nourished Kitchen, and Me!)
  • Access to Premium Giveaways
  • Special offers and discounts from VGN sponsors
  • Exclusive coupon codes
  • Shipping deals
  • A weekly newsletter
  • And more!

Here is a PDF Screenshot containing the actual list of all the June 2013 promotions. (The actual coupon codes have been blocked out)

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Here is a PDF Screenshot containing the actual list of all the June 2013 promotions. (The actual coupon codes have been blocked out)

How Much Does it Cost?

Normally, VGN Premium costs $4.99 (that’s less than the cost of one meal at a fast food restaurant…) for a monthly membership or $49 for a year.

However during the month of June, you can save 20% on membership! That drops the price to $3.99/month or $39 for a year.

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I’m really looking forward to using the resources and products in the Village Green Premium Club to further my lifestyle of whole foods and natural living. I hope you’ll join me!

This special pricing ends June 30th, 2013, so don’t delay!

**SIGN UP NOW**

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I am an affiliate of the Village Green Premium Club. If you join through the links above, I’ll receive a small commission. It doesn’t cost you any more, but it does help cover the costs of maintaining a blog, so thank you! And like I’ve said before, I won’t tell you about a promotion unless I think it’s a really good deal, and this is a good one folks!

 

STANDARD DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.

Comments

  1. Colleen Byron says:

    Hi Jill,
    I am very interested in Village Green and I would be particularly interested in signing up for a year. However, telling me that I get a deep discount on products that I am not familiar with does not really tell me anything, does it? Unless I can either have access to the website so I can poke around and see what the actual prices on products (including shipping) are I have no way to decide if this is a good deal for me. Is there a way we can sign in with guest status (not able to purchase) so that we can see what this is all about? I won’t sign up without more solid information than is (as far as I know) currently available to me.

  2. My wife is great at being thrifty … she attacks the sale ads and coupon circulars as if our lives depended on it … only buying items when they are on sale and when we have coupons for them … milk and eggs aside. We just recently added a 4 foot wide, 2 foot deep, 7 foot high pantry to our kitchen and plan on using her saving skills to stock that baby up!

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