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Is Teresa Giudice Clipping Coupons Now?

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Teresa Giudice is tweeting about her online deals

Looks like that pesky bankruptcy situation has finally started to get Teresa Giudice to change her spending ways! The RHOJN star and author of’ Skinny Italian’ has started using coupons as well as rebate websites for her daughter’s Halloween costumes.

And not only did Teresa use the coupons, but she took to her twitter account to share with all her followers how they could benefit too! She tweeted;

‘I just ordered Halloween costumes from ShindigZ for $4! Found them on Ebates, also got 8% rebate & $15off coupon!
I’m not gonna lie, I ordered a bunch before I told you guys so they wouldn’t be out of stock. Sooo cute! Disney, princesses, even adult…xx
…I have a separate shopping/contests/newsletters gmail address just so my inbox doesn’t explode…
…then you visit Ebates *before* you go to any online store. Click through them & you earn cash back. The stores pay Ebates for the biz…
..U get $5 just for signing up. I just did. I hear people get alot of $ back. Not a scam & I don’t work for them:
Sorry for all the Ebate tweets, but Angelina Ballerina costumes for $4??? LOVE xx’

She then goes on to ask about a group deals site on her twitter account;

‘Is there a site that lists all the Groupons and daily deals for all the cities in one place? Hate clicking each city to see all the stuff…’

RadarOnline is reporting that the normally elaborate Giudice has toned down her spending for the upcoming Halloween season. A source told the website that this is the first year Teresa hasn’t gone all out for the holiday.

“They’ve [the costumes] always been very elaborate and expensive. Every year she has the costumes custom made by a friend of the family for Halloween,” said the source.

Well, I guess there’s no time like when you’re in a bankruptcy situation to start being careful about your spending! What do you think? Do you think Teresa is actually using coupons or is she just trying to make it look like she’s trying to be frugal?

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