E-Mealz: Free Family Night Menu Plan + Discount Code for New Subscribers (Exp 10/8)

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In honor of National Family Day (Monday, 9/26) E-Mealz is offering a free Family Night Menu Plan complete with recipes for a main dish, sides and dessert. This menu plan feeds 6 to 8 people and comes with a shopping list and projected prices (priced at Walmart SuperCenter). In addition, new E-Mealz subscribers can receive a discount subscription with coupon code FAMWEEK (exp 10/8).

To receive your free menu plan, enter your email address on the E-Mealz website. You’ll receive an email with a free PDF download that you can print and bring to the store. They’ve also posted free “Gab & Game” ideas for each day of the week (click the “Family Week” button in the upper left-hand corner).

If you’re unfamiliar with E-Mealz, it is a menu-planning website that offers menu plans and grocery lists each week. You’ll pay $5/month (paid as 3 months for $15) for a download of a plan of your choice each week. Plans vary according to size of the family, main grocery store and specific dietary needs (including gluten-free, portion control and more).

Read my (Laura’s) review of E-Mealz for more information. I have subscribed to E-Mealz for over a year now and l-o-v-e it.

Your turn: What resources do you use for menu planning?

About Laura Wales

I'm a former English teacher turned avid deal shopper. Learning how to shop the sales and use coupons has given me the ability to work from home while caring for my three young children. Thanks for reading!


  1. I guess I am not understanding this. I entered my email and was sent a PDF. There is one dinner meal, a side dish and a dessert. The grocery list for the items totaling $19.43. That is for one meal one day for $19.43? Am I missing something?

    • Sara – That's what I got, too. I think the point is that it's cheaper to buy the groceries and make a family meal than to take a family of 6-8 out to dinner at a restaurant and spend $60 or more. E-Mealz's normal meal plans do not cost $20 a meal.

  2. That makes sense. Thanks!

  3. Hi, do you have to subscribe in order to get this deal? If not… where do you enter your email address? Thanks!

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