People are actually naming their boys “Cullen,” as in Edward Cullen from Twilight. It’s no. 485 on the 2009 list of most popular baby names. I have two thoughts about that: (1) Edward (no. 137) would be easier on the child; and (2) how do you get the baby’s dad to agree? I mean, after you say, “Hey, I fell in love with Edward Cullen from the Twilight books and I want to name our child after him,” is the dad really cool with it?
Today’s Ebates Daily Double store is Drugstore.com, which is giving 12% cash back (instead of the usual 6%). Scroll down to the discount that says “Free shipping and $25 Restaurant.com gift certificate” and that’s exactly what you’ll get with a $25 purchase when you click on the “shop now” link next to it. 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!
Also at Ebates, there’s an 11th anniversary celebration going on right now, so you can get 11% cash back at quite a number of stores, including Macys, GAP and Ann Taylor.
Get a free sample of Secret Clinical Strength Deodorant from Walmart.
Be one of the day’s first 260 entrants in the Caddy for a Cure sweepstakes and you’ll get a free Davis Love III Sharpie marker or uni-ball pen. The sweeps resets at midnight Central time each day. (Via Dealiscious Mom.)
Get a sneak peek at the 5/13 Publix ad.
Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Bic stationery product.
Here’s a scenario for getting Aveeno Ageless Vitality for $5 after coupons and rebates at Rite Aid.
Moms Need to Know has the scoop on an upcoming deal on Huggies Little Swimmers at Rite Aid.
Common Sense with Money has details on how to get free aspirin, shampoo and floss at CVS this week.
Don’t forget to print the new coupons at Coupons.com that I mentioned yesterday. The $1/2 Hefty OneZip and $1.50/1 Keebler Wheatables are still there, but once they hit their print limit for the month, they’ll be gone at least until next month. Links via Logical Media