There are a lot of new coupons at Coupons.com, including L’Oreal, LeapFrog software (great if your kids received the hardware for the holidays), and Hasbro. Disclosure: I’m a Coupons.com affiliate, so clicking through from CFO and printing coupons supports this site at no cost to you. Thank you!
Amazon’s Toy Lightning Dealstoday include several Fisher-Price toys throughout the day, Ben 10 Alien Force at noon PST, and Baby Alive at 4 p.m. Also, the Video Game Deal of the Dayis “Star Wars the Clone Wars: Republic Heroes” for the Xbox 360 only. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!
According to user Coinperson at A Full Cup, selected Whole Foods are having a one-day sale today. Click through for a list of participating stores in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico and Utah.
There’s a new link for the Home Made Simple coupon booklet (it was new to me, at least). I’ve used a bunch of these coupons this week playing The Drugstore Game, so I definitely recommend requesting a booklet every chance you get. (Via Tia’s Saving Cents.)
Price Chopper is offering printable coupons on its Facebook page (click on the coupons tab).
Swag Grabber reports that Snapfish has a clearance deal on selected photo gifts. You could find an exceptional deal if you have to present a birthday gift to a grandparent in the next month or two. (Alas, the next grandparent gift I have to give is in May, so the photos will be outdated by then.)
Baby Cheapskate reports that The Children’s Place Monster Sale has started, but that the “extra 50% off” will kick in around mid-January.
Bargain Briana has details on how to get $10 off a hair cut at Ulta. I didn’t even know they have salons in the stores, but it looks like the one I sometimes pass has a salon and that prices start at $45. Not bad!
Swag Grabber reports that Barnes & Noble is having a text book sale.
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