In the next few weeks, we’ll see lots of Earth Day-linked promos. Here’s one: On 4/22, Mambo Sprouts will give 40 randomly selected Facebook fans a $10 gift card (more info here). Also on 4/22, you can get a free Eco-Friendly Baseball Cap at Disney stores when you bring six empty plastic water bottles or soda cans to be recycled (more info here – click on “upcoming events”).
Today’s the day to get 20 free prints at Walgreens Photo with code PRINTS20. Choose in-store pick up to get them completely free, otherwise you have to pay shipping (which I think will be $2.40).
Get a free ream of paper after rebate at Staples with this printable coupon.
Today’s Amazon Deal of the Dayis the Axion Dual Screen Portable DVD Playerfor $89.99. It has straps for mounting in the car, so I’m thinking this could be a very handy thing to have for any summer road trips.
Moms Need to Know reports that there are some new printable Target coupons and has some match ups.
Common Sense with Money reports that through May 31, your donation of gently used items to the Salvation Army will get you a $10 gift certificate good at any Van Heusen, IZOD or Bass retail locations. I didn’t see anything on the Salvation Army web site indicating any limitations, so hopefully all locations have the gift certificates and are handing them out. Before you make a special trip, though, you may want to call ahead to check.
Here are some good tips on how to proceed after you have a good job interview (geared toward lawyers but good advice for anyone).
Here’s yet another article reporting that it’s just a matter of time before Rite Aid goes under.
Here are some Disney Movie Rewards codes worth a total of 100 points.
CVS.com has some printable store coupons, including $1/1 Kotex. With the new U line out, I wouldn’t be surprised to see that store coupon combined with a manufacturer Kotex coupon to create a moneymaker.
Money Saving Mom has a good guest post on creative ways to use up Easter candy. I particularly like #2, using gummi candy to make decorations, but even the tutorial wasn’t detailed enough for me, being as non-crafty as I am.
Life as Mom explains how to clean a car seat. It’s pretty much the way I do it, although I’ve never been brave enough to remove the clips and snaps (I wipe and disinfect while they’re still on the strap).
Get a free sample of Suave Professional Care from Target.
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