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  • Morning Coffee: Happy (Jewish) New Year!


    It’s Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, today. If you’re celebrating, Happy New Year!

    Coupons Inc.There’s a hot new coupon at Coupons.com for $2/1 Bottled Hidden Valley Farmhouse Originals Dressing. Links via Logical Media

    Get a free $10 iTunes gift card when you exchange at least $40 in coins at participating Coinstar machines. It’s just possible I have $40 in pennies that the boys and I can do this with. (Via My Good Cents.)

    Get a printable coupon by email for Buy One, Get One Free Pure Organic Bar.

    Tia’s Saving Cents has this week’s SoCal and Albertsons deals.

    Christian Clippers has this week’s Vons/Pavilions deals.

    Christian Clippers also has this week’s Stater Bros. deals.

    Get a printable coupon for 50 cents/1 Skippy Natural Peanut Butter. It can be stacked with the 75 cents/2 Target printable coupon.

    Growing Up Gabel explains how she stretched one chicken into seven meals.

    Facebook “likers” of Regal Cinemas can get a printable coupon for a free small popcorn on September 10.

    Get a free sample of Dove Damage Therapy Daily Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner from Costco (membership number not required).

    Get a printable coupon for 15% off your in-store purchase at Staples.

    The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has its latest report on crash test data of 72 booster seats. (Via Baby Cheapskate.)

    Grandparents eat free at the Old Spaghetti Factory on Grandparents’ Day (9/12).

    Once A Month Mom explains how to make sun dried tomatoes.

    The LA Times reports that you’ll get a ticket if you park at one of the new electronic meters when it’s broken.

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