One of my most favorite web sites in the whole world, Swagbucks, is celebrating Memorial Day in a big way this week with special collector’s Swagbucks and a Swagcode extravaganza on Thursday. If you collect all four Memorial Day-themed Swagbucks bills, you’ll get a 20 Swagbucks bonus – and this time there will be an area in the Ledger where you can see which bills you’ve collected. If you haven’t started using Swagbucks yet, what are you waiting for? It’s the easiest way to earn free money! And right now, you can start off with 80 Swagbucks when you use code MEMORIALDAY at registration (you only need 450 to get a $5 Amazon gift certificate). Thank you if you join(ed) Swagbucks using my referral link!
I’m seeing reports of a printable coupon for $1/1 Dove or Degree deodorant at Coupons.com, but I don’t see it so it may be regional. If you can print it, you can use it to get free travel-size deodorant at many stores.
Amazon’s deal of the day is the MP3 version of Lady Gaga‘s new album, Born This Way. If you haven’t already purchased an album recently, then your purchase will also get you 20GB of free Cloud Drive storage. I’ve read mixed reviews of the album, but I listened to the previews and think it’s going to be great running music. 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!
Also at Amazon, you can get 25% off select Britax car seats, including Marathons for just $210.
The free Android app of the day is Aces Bubble Popper, which gets 3 1/2 out of 5 stars in 25 reviews.
Through May 30, you can get 50% off everything at Snapfish with code 50ALLCART. A few exclusions apply, and it looks like the code can only be used once per account.
Common Sense with Money reports that you can make money on Bayer aspirin at Walgreens this week.
Savvy Blogging explains how to create multiple Twitter accounts using one email address.
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