The Bargain Jargon found an awesome Star Wars deal that’s going to make my boys very happy – click through for details on how to get a Star Wars helmet and three action figures for just $17 plus tax after mail-in rebate. Alternatively, Common Sense with Money reports that the helmet was on clearance at Target, so you might want to check there too (and you’ll need to check in store because it’s $39.99 online as I’m writing this). If you do the Bargain Jargon deal, don’t forget to go through a shopping portal like Mr. Rebates to get 3% cash back (learn more about Mr. Rebates). Disclosure: If you sign up for Mr. Rebates using my referral link, we’ll both receive bonuses, so thank you!
Today’s Ebates Daily Double store is the Disney Store, which is giving 6% cash back (instead of the usual 3%). The increased cash back also applies to their outlet store, so you might be able to find some really great deals. To learn more about Ebates, read my original review. If you sign up through my referral link, we’ll both get a bonus when you make your first purchase within 30 days!
Sam’s Club members can get a free sample of Glad ForceFlex trash bags.
Christian Clippers has this week’s Vons/Pavilions deals, which include cheap Ragu, Buddig and Anthony’s pasta.
Christian Clippers also has this week’s Stater Brothers deals.
If you shop at Homeland, here are some coupon matchups for this week.
Swag Grabber explains how to get Luvs diapers for $3.70 per pack.
Mommy Snacks has a list of restaurant coupons, including one of our family favorites, Fuddruckers.
Register here to get $5 in coupon savings for MultiGrain Cheerios.
Enter the Kotex Panty Challenge for a free sample and printable coupon.
Fabulessly Frugal has a moneymaker scenario for Ziploc sandwich bags (after mail-in rebate).
Get a free sample of Avery Label Pads from Box Tops 4 Education.
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