Target has a new commercial that I think is just awful – it shows a mom who’s created a rather clever Iron Man costume, but since it’s Target, they mock the costume and imply that a commercially manufactured Iron Man costume is so much better:
Okay, there are probably kids out there who would refuse to wear a homemade costume – but as a society, we should be celebrating the mom’s creativity and effort. Or am I way off base? What do you think?
Coupons.com has some new Glade coupons (sort by Household on the left to find them more easily), as well as a $3 off “Walgreens by Ace” coupon. Some zip codes may also be getting a $1 off 2 lbs. of any cheese coupon (not me, though). Wild for Wags reports that you might be able to find Glade products on clearance at Walgreens. Coupon links via Logical Media.
You might volunteer to be a taste tester for Jack in the Box, and if you qualify, you get to try food and get $25. I registered just to see what it’s like, since everything I know about taste testing comes from a couple of minutes in CNBC’s McDonald’s special. (Via My Good Cents.)
Get a free sample of Oxy Clinical Skincare with promo code WOMANSDAY.
Get a printable coupon for $2/1 California Pizza Kitchen product.
Freebies 4 Mom reports that you can get a free 5×7 photo book from Kodak Gallery with code TARGBOOK.
Get a $5 credit to Jasmere when you take their survey. They’re another daily deal site, but put a unique twist on things by lowering the price as more people buy a deal (everyone pays the same low price when the deal ends). You can also get a $10 credit when someone signs up using your referral link and makes their first purchase (thank you if you join using my referral link!).
Centsible Savings has a few cute suggestions on what to do with your free candy corn from CVS.
The free Cottonelle tub offer is still available.
Just Bento offers a couple of very clever and doable Halloween sandwich ideas.
Shop Snapfish‘s Fall Catalog and get 30% off plus a $10 credit to your account within two business days when you use code 101010. The $10 credit will expire 11/14. The cheapest item in the Fall Catalog is a folded 5×7 card that’s $2.88 + tax with shipping and discounts. As long as you use the $10 credit wisely, it’s a $7.22 moneymaker. I don’t see any disclaimers in my email from Snapfish restricting the use of the credit on shipping, so I’m hoping to be able to use it on the 100 free prints offer using code OCT10PRNT (exp 10/31). Don’t forget to go through a shopping portal like Cashbaq*(10%) or Mr. Rebates* (8%). *Referral links – thank you if you join through the portals through my links!
Use the printable coupon for $1/1 any Oreo Fudge Cremes to get single serve packages for free at Walgreens this week. They’re on sale for 89 cents, so the coupon will likely beep – Walgreens’ coupon policy states that the value of the coupon should be entered as 89 cents. (Via Wild for Wags.)