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I would have expected the Amazon Friday Saleto have more health and weight loss items, but the folks there seem to think that everyone’s New Year’s Resolution is to cook more – there are a whole bunch of cookware sets!There’s also a Calphalon 12-Inch Everyday Pan,which is a little different from my own everyday pan, but since it’s on sale for $32.99 (list price is $168), I wanted to point it out because I love my everyday pan and use it – not surprisingly – almost every day. Because of the 12-inch size, I can make two grilled cheese sandwiches at once, and it’s my go-to pan for everything from frittatas to fried rice. 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!
There are new coupons at SmartSource.com, including 50 cents off Halls.
Freebies 4 Mom has codes for free Redbox rentals.
Money Saving Mom has a few more good deals at Rite Aid. Alas, the deals ended today here in SoCal so I missed my chance for 49-cent RiceWorks chips!
CVS has a bunch of printable store coupons, including 50 cents/1 single serve Coke product.
Get a printable coupon for 55 cents off Old El Paso Green Chiles. If you get the small can, you should be able to get it quite cheap.
A Thrifty Mom reports that you can get a free 2010 Winter Olympics journal.
My Good Cents has details on how to get a bag of free dog food if you adopted a dog last year.
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