Announces the Launch of a New Infographic Showing Frugal Ways to Keep Kids Busy During Summer

Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — Widely known as a leading online authority for saving money by way of digital coupons and other online discounts, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new ‘Mom Hacks for Summer’ infographic that shows a series of creative, yet frugal, ways to keep kids busy during the summer months.

In a report from American Express, it was concluded that, on average, consumers with children under 18 expect to spend $601 per child for summer activities. To help keep expenses under control, created a helpful new infographic that aims to minimize these expenses by offering a variety of helpful tips and tricks for moms trying to save on summer entertainment for children.

“Summer activities don’t have to break the bank,” said Jeanette Pavini,’s household savings expert. “The ‘Mom Hacks for Summer’ infographic has some great ideas to help mothers everywhere have more fun with their family while still keeping expenses at bay.”

Providing a range of do-it-yourself ‘hacks’ from creating a multi-directional sprinkler out of a used two-liter soda bottle to smart travel tips that will help mothers cut corners where necessary, this new infographic by is brimming with economical ways to keep the kids occupied, while going easy on the spending.

Just like redeeming digital grocery coupons or using an online coupon code at checkout, this infographic ultimately aims to help families easily save money on an otherwise expensive stretch of summer months.

To view the infographic, go to

About Incorporated is a leader in digital coupons, including online printable, pure digital and mobile promotions. The company’s products include, which offers a vast collection of digital coupons and coupon codes and is the 40th largest website in the U.S.† The company also offers Grocery iQ and mobile applications as well as and the KitchMe app for Google Glass. Founded in 1998, the company is based in Mountain View, CA.

† Nielsen, October 2012


Patrick Crisp

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