Earlier this afternoon, I wrote about my absolute favorite frugal running shorts: these super-comfy, colorful 3″ running shorts from Old Navy Active.
Today, you can get these shorts for 20% off online and in stores when you SnipSnap this Old Navy Coupon!
I’ve snipped a lot of great coupons you can use at your favorite sporting goods stores to score great deals on summer fitness gear. Check out some of my favorite deals:
$10 off your purchase of $50 of more at Sports Authority:
$10 off your purchase of $50 of more at Dick’s Sporting Goods:
$20 off your total purchase of regular-priced merchandise at Modell’s:
Want more frugal fitness deals? Follow me in the SnipSnap app and subscribe to my “Sports” coupon bundle.
Want more frugal fitness inspiration?
Check out this post about how to stay fit on a budget by Megan from Sisters Shopping on a Shoestring. Check out the entire Sisters Shopping on a Shoestring blog, too! Sara and Megan write a fabulous, comprehensive savings site featuring top deals, coupons, and innovating frugal living advice.
The Peaceful Mom also wrote a fantastic post filled with frugal fitness inspiration. She also writes a regular Healthy Living series that’s great to follow if you’re constantly searching for the latest, least expensive ways to work out.
Stefanie from The Broke and Beautiful Life wrote this post about why running is the ultimate exercise for frugal girls (and guys). I couldn’t have put it any better myself! Her blog is a must-read for beautiful people hoping to live rich for cheap in the city.
Got a frugal fitness/frugal fitness fashion tip to share? I want to hear it! Hit me up at liz [at] snipsnap [dot] it
If the holiday season’s left you feeling a little bit, well, gross, it’s time to whip yourself back into shape. Sporting goods are expensive (a good pair of running shoes would ordinarily set you back and least 100 bucks and you’ll need to update a few months in). But don’t worry! You can be fit and frugal, by searching the SnipSnap database and stacking store coupons with loyalty coupons, store sales, and other mobile savings methods. Check out how I scored my most recent pair of Nike Frees for cheap at Sports Authority with SnipSnap.
I’m an athlete, so I like to keep my favorite sporting goods store coupons to retailers like Modell’s, Sports Authority, and Dick’s together in my “Sports” coupon bundle. (Want to learn how to create your own coupon bundle? Read about ’em here.)
How can you shop savvy for your next pair of running kicks? Make sure you check out Mo’ Money’s Mobile Store Guide for tips on how to save with your smart phone at your favorite sporting goods store. Sign up for your store’s loyalty program (most have them and it’s free and easy to sign up) and start earning points towards free rewards like ten dollar gift certificates.
Next? Scour the SnipSnap database for store coupons, plus additional “bonus points” loyalty coupons, like these two for Dick’s Sporting Goods. You can use one offer to earn ten dollars off your purchase of 50 dollars or more, plus you can stack the second offer to earn double bonus point with your purchase, which puts you 200% closer to earning a ten dollar gift certificate the next time you shop at Dick’s. Plus, depending on your store location, you may be able to combine these store coupons with store sales to save even more.
What’s the best store to shop at when it comes to saving with your smart phone? It depends on what you want to buy and when you want to buy it. But here are some key tips to follow when comparison shopping for coupons. The breakdown between Modell’s, Dick’s, And Sports Authority:
- Modell’s – You’ll get the most bang for your buck when it comes to loyalty points here without a coupon ($400 spent earns you a $20 coupon) but Modell’s doesn’t typically offer double or triple points bonus coupons like Dick’s does.
- Dick’s – Dick’s loyalty points aren’t the best value on their own ($300 spent earns a $10 coupon) but you can rack up double or even triple points per purchase when you SnipSnap the right coupon.
- Sports Authority – Sports Authority competes with Modell’s when it comes to loyalty points (every $100 spent earns a $5 coupon) and, since Sports Authority is a shopkick supported store, you can save a whole lot more. Link your credit card to shopkick’s Buy & Collect program, and you could earn 1250 kicks (enough to redeem for a $5 Starbucks card) for your $125 Sports Authority purchase. You can also redeem your kicks for Sports Authority mobile gift cards in the shopkick store (1250 kicks = $5) and stack those savings with SnipSnapped store coupons and sales.
TIP: All of the above retailers will accept each other’s competitor coupons, so don’t feel like you have to limit yourself to the store with the best coupons, even if it’s not the store with the most colorful kicks.