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  • Morning Coffee: Back to school


    Spring Break is over, and it’s back to our normal routine here. Since I didn’t get to any drugstores yesterday, I’m hoping to get to at least one or two today. Plus I have to get to Vons to buy milk – they have the lowest price in town on organic gallons, and we are down to our last cupful.

    RedplumRedPlum has a few new coupons, including $1/2 Heinz Homestyle Gravy and $1/1 Rhodes Warm N Serve Rolls.

    Today’s Groupon in Jacksonville, Florida is a $45 Body Shop voucher for just $20 (valid in-store only; value goes down to $40 after May 30). Learn more about Groupon (and thank you if you join(ed) Groupon using my referral link!)

    There are Baby Lightning Deals today at Amazon – right now, there’s an Infantino sorter for less than $14. Sorters are great toddler toys, and it’s making me a little nostalgic 🙂

    I’ve seen multiple reports that you can get free-after-rewards AA or AAA Duracell batteries this week at Staples, but I can’t find anything about it online. You might be able to find more information in-store.

    Common Sense with Money reports that you can get free-after-rewards Energizer batteries at Office Depot.

    Vote in the Clorox “Cook Up a Mess” contest and get a printable coupon for $1/1 Clorox Clean-Up Cleaner. Print two and use them at Walgreens to get two for $0.50 each this week (you’ll also need to use the $2/2 coupon in the April coupon booklet).

    You can still get free Honest Tea + free reusable bags at Ralphs with the $1/1 printable coupon available at Recyclebank for 30 points.

    Target has a printable coupon this week for $2/20 digital prints, which means you can get 20 4×6 prints for free (they’re 10 cents each, so 20 would be $2). (Via Mojo Savings.)


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