Quick Announcement:
Hey Guys -Great News! DiscountQueens is now partnering with Fabulessly Frugal (check them out) -were still in the process of merging sites and sorting the technicalities to make it happen. Here's a few things you might notice:

-Emails will now be sent by Fabulessly Frugal
-Just the same all deal posts will be focused on their site
-Our site will be up until the merge is completed

Thank you for your continued support and patience!

I have some questions for you! (and a prize!)

It’s time for Discount Queens to get a little work done – our little site needs a face lift in a bad way. We need your help to make this blog a little better and more efficient. It’s all about what you want, but we aren’t really sure what you want. So, I would LOVE and appreciate any and all comment and help on this one!! (I’ll even throw in a gift card prize for one a random commenter!) Keep your eye’s out for polls on the sidebar as well.

I want to know what you like and don’t like.

*We are an Idaho based blog, but I’ve noticed we have readers that come from every state. Is there any other store you would like us to post that we don’t ? Or do you even like the store posts. Do you want to see more of the 2-3 star deals or just the 4-5 start deals?

*What about all the Internet freebies and samples – do you want more or less?

*More retail/clothing sales and coupons?

*Do you like to see posts on Internet printable coupons, do you actually print them on the spot, or would you just rather see them posted when they correspond to a current deal?

*If we had a general easy to use/read forum that anyone could post/comment/ask questions/complain/discuss on, would you use it or read it?

*Baby/Kid deals? Do we have too many, or do you want more?

*Anything at all you want to see more or less of?


  1. Marcel & MaryBeth says:

    I'd love to have the 3 star deals too, because like in one of the other comments, it may be something that I'm running low on and can no longer wait for a 4-5 star deal. I'd also like to know more about price points to look for to stockpile at. As I'm just getting started at this, most of the match-ups are way cheaper than what I used to pay before couponing but don't know when it is low enough to stockpile. I'm in Idaho, and love the Albertson's match-ups. I also do quite a bit of shopping at Fred Meyer.