Living in Southern California definitely has its perks. This past week, it has been very warm, so that the boys have been wearing just a t-shirt and shorts, instead of sweatpants and two shirts each. And so I’ve noticed that the laundry basket takes much longer to get full, which is wonderful!
Coupons.com has some new coupons, including $1/2 Jell-O Gelatin, Pudding or Mousse 6-packs, $0.55/3 boxes of Jell-O gelatin or pudding, $0.55/1 Land O Lakes Fresh Taste Buttery Spread, and $0.35/1 Land O Lakes Margarine. Links via Logical Media.
Amazon has some good deals right now: There’s a Video Game Sale, where you can buy two games and get a third for free. There are about 400 games to choose from, including Madden, Super Mario 64 for the DS, and Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, which was a huge hit in our house. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!
There are some Lightning Deals for MP3 players and accessories throughout the day today.
And expectant moms can get more than 50% off A Pea in the Pod clothing, with prices starting as low as $6.99.
Freebies 4 Mom explains how you can get a free Snapfish photo book (pay $6.99 shipping + tax).
You can also get a free purse photo book from Walgreens Photo with code PURSE (it looks like you’ll have to pay $2.99 shipping + tax).
Christian Clippers has this week’s Stater Bros. deals.
Get a free sample of Cover Girl Naturelux Foundation via Walmart.
Get a printable coupon for 10% off one item at Staples (exp tomorrow, 1/21). I think you should be able to use this on the free-after-rewards items, although your rewards might be reduced accordingly. (But it’s less tax, at least.)
Broward County (Florida) residents may want to check out this subscription deal ($10/year) for the Sun Sentinel.
The Thrifty Mama has a price list of organic and natural items at Costco. Prices will likely vary by region, but the list should give you an idea of what Costco carries and approximately how much you’ll pay. (Via $5 Dinners.)
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