The cooler weather this week has been fabulous, and I’m thinking I really need to get some baking done before it warms up again. I have some overripe bananas so it’s time for more banana bread, although this time I think I will make muffins. I also have some blueberries, so I’m thinking it’s time for that blueberry-lemon coffee cake.
There are new e-coupons at Cellfire.com, including some of the usual General Mills coupons, plus a 7-UP coupon that I’ve never seen before (come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a coupon for 7-UP).
You can register for a printable coupon for $2 off Zyrtec. (It’s funny how our bodies can be so different – this stuff is apparently nondrowsy for some people, but it knocks me right out!)
Totally Target has some grocery deals updates from Target.
Through August 31, get double points at Pampers Gifts to Grow when you enter codes from Pampers Splashers packages.
Baby Toolkit put together a nifty and easy “Thanks a Latte” teacher appreciation gift.
Common Sense with Money reports that you can get $1 flipflops at Old Navy on Saturday.
Wild for Wags reports that she got a $1/1 Sure antiperspirant/deodorant coupon on Sunday that makes for $0.50 Sure at Walgreens this week. But I don’t think we got the coupon here in SoCal, so it’s probably regional.
If you shop at a military commissary, you may want to check out this list of current deals.
Get a printable coupon for a free 8×10 at Picture People (expires 6/30). I’ve become a big fan of Picture People after taking my boys there twice and getting great results. Plus, unlike some studios (that’s right, I’m looking at you, Target), they’ll give you prints right on the spot instead of making you wait a week.
Facebook likers of Alpo can get a free sample of Alpo dog food.
Money Saving Mom experimented with making her own laundry detergent.
Banner via MySavings.com.
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