I didn’t get my weekly Ralphs circular in yesterday’s mail because of the holiday on Monday, and for some reason, I can’t access the circular online either, which means I can’t do the match ups! Hopefully I’ll be able to get to Ralphs sometime today to pick up an ad, and the match ups will go up this afternoon.
If you have a hockey fan in your life, you may want to check out Amazon’s sale on NHL-related merchandise, with 30% off or more. You can sort by team on the left. 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!
Amazon is once again offering a one-month free trial of Amazon Prime. I’ve had a free Prime membership through Amazon Mom for a few months now, and I love it so much I’m actually contemplating paying for it when my free Prime runs out!
And now, if you pay for Prime, or sign up for the free trial, you can get Prime Instant Videos, which provides unlimited, commercial-free, instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows at no additional cost. It’s supposed to rival Netflix streaming, but Amazon’s selection is so much more limited at the moment that it’s not worth signing up for Prime for the video benefits. If you already have Prime, though, it’s a nice benefit. Note that Prime Instant Videos are not included with the free shipping benefits provided by Amazon Mom, Amazon Student, or if you are a guest of an Amazon Prime member.
Next Tuesday (3/1), you can try Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s Spring Peach Tea Latte, Spring Peach Iced Tea Latte, or Peach FruTea for free from 4 to 7 p.m. at participating locations.
For the Mommas has a very handy list of stock up prices for refrigerated staples.
Through March 2, you can get a free top when you buy any pants at the GAP.
The Walgreens Photo Deal of the Day is a mouse pad for $2.99 + shipping.
Just Hungry explains how to cook rice in a frying pan.
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