I’ve been seeing Groupon all over the place, and I knew that it was a localized deal of the day site, but I didn’t join until today. Why today? Because the Indianapolis offer is a hardcover Shutterfly photo book for just $10. It’s a $30 value, and you’ll have to pay approximately $8 shipping and handling. Best of all, for these online offers, it doesn’t matter where you live – you can still buy them. For me, this is an $18 birthday gift for my mom in a couple of months, so it’s a real bargain. You have until February 15, 2011 to purchase your book, so that’s plenty of time. Links via MySavings.com.
Christian Clippers has this week’s Stater Bros. deals.
Here’s a deal that’s not for everyone, because not everyone likes Pop Tarts and not everyone will have the coupons I found, but I thought it was worth mentioning because it turns out to be a better deal for me than the Buy 4, Get 1 free at Target. At Vons/Pavilions/Safeway this week, there’s a Buy 10, Get a $10 Catalina Coupon deal that includes 8-count boxes of Pop Tarts for $1.99. After the $10 catalina, they’re just 99 cents per box which is a great price on its own. But on a previous box of Pop Tarts, I found coupons for $1.50/3 Pop Tarts and $1.50/2 Pop Tarts when you buy a gallon of milk. I also have two $1/2 Pop Tarts coupons from the 7/11 Red Plum (there were also $1/2 coupons in the 6/13 Red Plum that expire on 8/8). So I’ll pay $14.90 and get $10 back, making each box just 49 cents. Wow! These will be great for the earthquake kit, although we’ll have to keep an eye on the expiration date. They’re not my favorite food, but a certain someone in the family likes them for breakfast
If you were able to use the $4/1 coupons that were available a while back, this may not be appealing, but there’s a printable coupon for $1/1 Hasbro card game. They’ll still be pretty cheap and make an easy gift or stocking stuffer.
Stop & Shop customers can apparently get three free Ore-Ida Easy Fries when you use your store loyalty card. Details here.
Bargain Briana explains how to recycle crayon pieces into new crayons. I’ve been saving broken crayons exactly for this purpose!
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