Just in case you didn’t see it over the weekend: the Canon PowerShot 10 Mega Pixel Camerais still $79 as I write this. It gets 4 out of 5 stars in 107 reviews, and is down from a list price of $210, so it’s a real bargain and would make a great Valentine’s Day gift! 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!
Also, Amazon’s Deal of the Dayis the complete Sopranos DVD collection for $119.99, which is 60% off the list price of $300.
Today’s Ebates Daily Double store is Old Navy, which is giving 20% cash back (instead of the usual 2%). They have a sale going on – not to mention lots of kids clothes – so it’s worth a look. They also have flat rate shipping for $7.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!
Freebies 4 Mom has details on how to get free download of a new 20-song sampler from iTunes.
Christian Clippers has a few more Vons deals that were in Sunday’s paper.
Kroger prices are so much lower than Ralphs – Bargain Hunting Moms reports that Kraft cheese is only 99 cents at Kroger this week. As I mentioned on Saturday, it’s $2.49 after Mega Sale savings at Ralphs, so still $1.99 after coupon and sale. Who says prices aren’t higher here? See the rest of the Kroger deals at Stretching a Buck.
Today’s Shopping Trip Pic of the Day is from A Full Cup user coolgal142, who bought $190 worth of items for less than $6, for savings of 101%!
If you signed up for credit monitoring as part of the Trans Union class action settlement I mentioned a few months ago, you should receive information soon on how to claim the benefits if you haven’t already (I received an email last week). If you signed up for the potential cash benefit, that’s apparently not going to be finalized until September at the earliest.
I’ve mentioned Catalog Choice before, but now that I’ve been using them for almost two years, I can say that there’s been a tremendous reduction in the number of unwanted catalogs that we’ve received. And Catalog Choice has made improvements since I first started using them. For example, if a site doesn’t accept third-party requests to discontinue a catalog, then Catalog Choice will direct you to their online contact form and provide an exclusive email address to use in making your request. They’ve also continued to add catalogs to their service, and they’ll let you know if a catalog you’ve previously searched for that wasn’t available at the time has become available in their system. Compared to two years ago, we get about 10% of the catalogs that we used to, thanks to Catalog Choice.
Northern Cheapskate wraps up her month of eating from the pantry with some key discoveries: eating at home not only saves money, it helps her lose weight!
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