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  • Morning Coffee: Addtional ESPN3 info

    After my rave about ESPN3 yesterday, someone commented that they couldn’t access it. So I did a little poking around on the site and found this FAQ, which states that ESPN3 is available nationwide but only to customers of participating high speed internet service providers. And thanks to Camille, who commented that she hadn’t been able to access ESPN3 last football season but can do so this year. If you’re having trouble, you can contact your ISP to see if they’re participating, and if they’re not, you could ask them to become one.

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    A Full Cup user Dixie Diva reports that there were a few misprints in this week’s Rite Aid ad regarding the Iowa tree, picture frames/photo albums, and Zegerid OTC deals.

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    Get a printable coupon for $1/1 McCann’s Irish Oatmeal Product (click on the coupon offer on the left side of the page). (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)

    Common Sense with Money reports that there are three free-after-ECB deals at CVS this month.


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