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A Thrifty Mom explains how you might be able to get free Oreos via Facebook tomorrow (1/15).
We didn’t use much infant formula around here, but I know the stuff is expensive and that every baby is different. Tia’s Saving Cents has a great post about formula – a must read for anyone who’s using or might use formula in the future.
Register for email offers from Wendy’s and get a printable coupon for $1 off any Premium Hamburger.
Bargain Briana has a roundup of this week’s Whole Foods deals. However, check your store’s online ad as Whole Foods deal seem to vary greatly by region.
Freebies 4 Mom reports that you can get another free Fresco taco from Taco Bell.
Common Sense with Money has a good roundup of printable coupons, including Lean Cuisine meals and Ball Park hot dogs.
Centsible Savings has a roundup of current Walmart deals.
Become a Facebook fan of Clean Perfume and get a free sample.
Couponing to Disney has a long list of items that are $1 or less at Target.
Free Money Finance is giving away a copy of You Need A Budget – perfect if your New Year’s Resolution is to clean up your finances.
Northern Cheapskate explains how children in low income families can get free dental care in Minnesota.
A Thrifty Mom explains how you can get a KitchenAid stand mixer for $160 plus tax. A word of warning: the deal is on 4.5 quart mixers only. I find that my family is outgrowing my 4.5 quart mixer, so keep that in mind when choosing a mixer.
I’m fairly knowledgeable about sports, but Krzyzewskiville was a new one to me – it’s the tradition of Duke students setting up tents months in advance to ensure their entry into a big game. (Via First One @ One First.)
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