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  • Morning Coffee: Shopping Day

    Yesterday was a Baking Day for me, and today will be a Shopping Day. I plan to hit Walgreens, CVS, and Target (and maybe a grocery store or two). It looks like I’ll have to start out with no RR’s at Walgreens though, because I can’t find the $1.50 RR I had left from last week’s shopping. I think I must have dropped it in the parking lot because it’s not in any of the places I can think of – my coupon bag, the trunk, the shopping bags, etc. I just hope it got picked up by someone who put it to good use!

    CellfireThere are new coupons at Cellfire.com and in addition to the usual General Mills product coupons, there are coupons for Cortaid and Campell’s. I actually got a message that one coupon I was trying to load was “too popular” so they’d “run out” of them, so load them to your card sooner rather than later. Links via MySavings.com.

    Daily deal site Eversave is offering $5 off any purchase today with code WINTER. That means you can get $50 of emergency preparedness products from Ice-Qube.com for $25.50, $40 of beauty and makeup supplies for $15, or a jewelry kit worth $75 for just $30. Ice-Qube has baby emergency kits, which would be a different kind of baby shower gift. If you’re new to Eversave, you’ll get a $2 credit when you join (and thank you if you join using my referral link!).

    Enter to win a year of free milk and get a printable coupon for free milk (click on the top banner).

    Get a free sample of Cinnabon Cream of Wheat.

    I had read and reported that the limit on the number of +UP rewards you can get in one transaction at Rite Aid is 26, but For the Mommas reports that the limit is actually 24.

    Common Sense with Money explains how you can get Carmex Moisture Plus for $0.99 at Walgreens.

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