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  • Morning Coffee: Lots of weekly deals

    Mommy Snacks has this week’s Kroger deals.

    Bargain Briana has this week’s CVS deals, which include cheap canned tuna.

    Bargain Briana also has this week’s Menard’s deals.

    Facebook fans of Nabisco Cookies will get a printable coupon for a free package of cookies with the purchase of milk on March 1.

    Common Sense with Money has this week’s Walgreens deals.

    Tia’s Saving Cents has this week’s best Rite Aid deals.

    Money Saving Mom is quite possibly the most amazing grocery shopper I read regularly, and her weekly summary is the perfect example.

    Swag Grabber reports that there are new printable coupons at Target.

    If you like Tropicana orange juice, check out My Good Cents for info on their new loyalty program.

    Unclutterer suggests three ways to unclutter in five minutes.

    If you’re interested in using cloth diapers, Sense to Save has some great tips here, and a cost breakdown here.

    Click on the banner to sign up for the JC Penny newsletter. I used to never shop at JC Penny until last year, when I started using their $10 off $10 purchase codes. You can get some great bargains with their discount codes, and their newsletter always seems to include a code of some kind. Not all of them are great, but I do use some of them. And with the last $10/$10 code, I got three pairs of boys’ shorts for less than $4 apiece, including shipping! Banner via Escalate Media Affiliate Network


    1. I was the same way.. never really went to JCPenney.. but those $10 off $10 coupons get me in every time!