PLANO, Texas, April 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Every mom deserves appreciation for all she does – changing diapers, nursing illnesses, helping with homework, sorting out teen-age dramas, and endless worrying. Through it all, moms just want to be reassured that they have taught their children well; so, this Mother's Day show her you care while also letting her know that the piggy bank saving and spending wisely messages actually paid off.
"Mothers provide us our first life lessons; everything from caring for others, minding our manners, and understanding the value of the dollar," says Kevin Strawbridge, President of online savings hub DealTaker.com. "Whether you have $10 or $1000 budgeted for a gift, saving on Mother's Day presents doesn't mean that you care less, rather it shows her that you cared to heed her advice by giving her more for less." Kevin offers these tips when shopping online for Mother's Day presents.
Wine and Dine: Take mom out for a proper dinner date this year. Be extra savvy and buy $25 gift certificates for only $10 from Restaurant.com. You'll be surprised how many restaurants you'll have to choose from!
DealTaker.com is the premier destination for consumers looking to spend less and get more. A free coupon site for members to share and take deals, DealTaker.com makes it easy to save on merchandise and services including food, travel, electronics, home furnishings, jewelry and pet supplies, among others. Founded in Plano, Texas in 2004, DealTaker.com works with more than 2,500 stores, close to 70,000 followers on Twitter and more than 280,000 deal-sharing members to provide over 9,000 active coupons and deals every day.