Today is Mega Swag Bucks Day, which means you have an increased chance of winning 10, 20, 50, and 100 Swag Bucks (although I’m sad to say the most I’ve ever won is 5). Also, look for the last code in their toolbar today – they might be sneaky like they were earlier this week and make it some kind of Swag Hunt, so keep an eye on their Twitter feed, blog, and Facebook page as well. Disclosure: If you join Swag Bucks using my referral link, I’ll get bonus Swag Bucks, so thank you if you do!
Facebook fans of Clorox can get a printable coupon for 75 cents/1 Clorox Clean Up (you’ll have to “vote” to access the SmartSource coupon).
Freebies 4 Mom is giving away a $300 Apple gift card to an email subscriber. It’s a great site, and well worth subscribing to!
If you don’t get Red Plum inserts in your Sunday paper, Bargain Briana has some suggestions on how to your hands on them.
Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Smuckers Uncrustables.
If you’re a Publix shopper, Swag Grabber has info on a $10 Publix gift card rebate that you’ll definitely want to check out.
Northern Cheapskate has details on a paint rebate at Home Depot. You must buy the paint by January 18, so don’t delay past this weekend.
If you live in Atlanta, Swag Grabber has the details on a phenomenal deal for the Georgia Aquarium.
Couponing to Disney has a list of items that are $1 or less at Walmart.
A Thrifty Mom has info on how to get a free cat bowl with your purchase of 2 or more 9Lives items.
Bargain Briana has a list of the coupons in the February issue of All You, and a good subscription deal as well.
Everyday Celebrating has a clever way of transporting cupcakes.
Mom Advice has a recipe for Shrimp Linguine Alfredo.
Here’s a hilarious contest for CSI: Miami fans: Submit a video of your best Horatio Caine impression for a chance to win $5,000. (That’s David Caruso’s character for you non-CSI fans.)
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