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  • Morning Coffee: Did you get your newsletter Swag Code?

    Search & WinA Swag Bucks email newsletter went out yesterday, and there’s a Swag Code at the bottom so make sure you remember to enter it into Swag Bucks. Learn why Swag Bucks is my favorite way to earn free money. Disclosure: If you join Swag Bucks using my referral link, I’ll get bonus Swag Bucks, so thank you if you do!

    Get printable coupons for $1/1 Reynolds Wrap Aluminum foil, $1/1 Parchment Paper, and 50 cents /1 100% Recycled Aluminum foil.

    Get a printable coupon for $1/2 Kraft cheese (reset). Even though Kraft cheese and Philly cream cheese weren’t in this week’s Ralphs ad, they should be included in the Mega Sale. Disclosure: CFO is a affiliate, so printing coupons through links on this site will benefit CFO at no cost to you – thank you!

    Get a free Scholastic book (pdf) when you send in one Pampers Easy Ups or Kandoo UPC code. There are 2,500 books and it’s first come, first served, so send in your code sooner rather than later. I’ve got half a package of Easy Ups left, so I can sneak in one last diaper deal.

    Speaking of Pampers, did you get the sample of Dry Max that I mentioned yesterday? Baby Cheapskate explains what the new diaper is, and why you may not love it.

    Here’s a preview of tomorrow’s Target ad.

    Get a printable coupon (IE or FF) for $1/1 Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cheesecake Middles. (Via Common Sense with Money.)

    Facebook fans of Heluva Good get a coupon for a free product via snail mail. (Via Money Saving Mom.)

    Growing Up Gabel explains what white whole wheat flour is. I often substitute one-third of all purpose flour with white whole wheat flour, and as long as it’s not bread, it’s always worked well.

    Northern Cheapskate has an excellent post on why personal finance bloggers write more about how to save money than how to make more.

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