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    Coupons Inc.Coupons.com has some new coupons, including $3/1 any Similac formula, $1/3 Del Monte Superfruit or Fruit Naturals cups, and $2/1 Maybelline New York. Common Sense with Money reports that you should be able to use the Similac coupon on Ready to Feed bottles, making them extremely cheap. Coupons.com links via Logical Media.

    Amazon is offering a free album downloadof some classical soundtracks, including Ride of the Valkyries and On the Beautiful Blue Danube.

    Rite Aid’s Video Values coupons will reset on Sunday, so be sure you’ve watched all the October videos that you’re going to want the coupons for.

    If you’ve registered with Nestle Family, you can print a coupon for $1.25/1 any Nesquick Powder. There is reportedly a small pouch size which will be cheap or free with the coupon.

    Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Celestial Seasonings Tea at Mambo Sprouts.

    PampersGet 10 points at Pampers Gifts to Grow with code Pampersgtg10pts. (Via For the Mommas.)

    Facebook “likers” of Stretch Island Fruit can get print a BOGO coupon. (Via Common Sense with Money.)

    Get free shipping at Snapfish with code EXTRAFS10. Speaking of Snapfish, don’t forget to enter the $50 Snapfish gift certificate giveaway!

    Borders Rewards members can use this printable coupon to get 40% off the list price of any item. Don’t forget that Borders sells toys, and as Moneywise Moms pointed out recently, you can use this coupon on Lego kits that rarely go on sale.

    Dealicious Mom reports that you can get a free book with a Gerber product UPC code.

    $5 Dinners has a recipe for Spinach Meatballs.


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