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  • Midmorning Coffee: Look for Father’s Day deals

    Wow, it’s the first of June! That means you can expect to see deals on “manly” products like tools (exhibit A: Amazon’s deal of the day), sports memorabilia, outdoor gear, etc. If you’ve been looking for something like that, you might be able to find a great deal in the next couple of weeks.

    Coupons.comA new month means new and returning coupons at Coupons.com, including several General Mills cereal coupons, $0.30/1 Gulden’s mustard, several coupons for Garnier Fructis products, and a bunch of Blu-ray coupons.

    For locals: You can get 50% off at Nothing Bundt Cakes again, this time through Groupon and at the Sherman Oaks location. As I’ve mentioned before, their cakes are just fabulous, and today only, you can get a $20 voucher for just $10 – that means you can get a $21 8-inch cake for just $11! (Click on “All Deals” at the top for all of the deals in Los Angeles if you don’t see it in the sidebar.) Don’t forget to go through a shopping portal like Mr. Rebates to get 8% cash back, or better yet, go through Swagbucks to get 160 Swagbucks (that’s 36% of a $5 gift Amazon gift certificate, or a $1.80 value). Note: I don’t see the NBC deal on Swagbucks itself so I’ve sent them an email to ask if you’d get credit and am waiting to hear back. I’ll update this post when I do. Confirmed: You should get Swagbucks credit as long as you go through their portal!

    I’m officially jealous: daily site Plum District is offering a $10 Whole Foods gift card for just $5 to Dallas and Houston residents.

    Through Monday (6/6), you can get 100 4×6 prints for $10 shipped from Snapfish with code MEM100PICS. Through Tuesday (6/7), they are also offering free shipping on Father’s Day gifts with code FS4DAD. Be sure to go through a shopping portal like Ebates or Mr. Rebates to get 8% cash back.

    Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video rental of the day is The Way Back starring Ed Harris, which gets 4 out of 5 stars in 42 reviews. You have 30 days to watch an Instant Video rental, and 48 hours to watch the entire video once you’ve started. 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!

    The hot Totsy deal is back! Daily deal site Mamapedia is offering a $30 voucher to Totsy for just $15 and this one won’t expire until December 4. But use code JUNE10 to get 10% off ($13.50 for $30!).Totsy is a flash deals site for moms and kids – right now they have gorgeous Disney art, adorable kid’s accessories and more.

    The monthly Nabisco cookies coupon is back, so like them on Facebook and get a printable coupon for $1/1 Nabisco cookies when you buy a gallon of milk.

    How awesomely retro is this? Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Pac-Man, a $4.99 value (!). The app gets 3 1/2 out of 5 stars in 76 reviews.

    Sometime today, a printable beauty coupon will become available on the Rite Aid Facebook page to the first 1,000 fans. If I’m around when it’s revealed, I’ll let you know on the Chief Family Officer Facebook page.

    For the Mommas reports that you can get Charmin Sensitive for less than $0.36 per big roll at Target. (I’ve never tried this type but have read less than positive reviews – is there anyone out there that likes it?)

    Get a free copy of the book Building Blocks to a Strong Marriage via snail mail. (Via Freebies 4 Mom.)

    Wild for Wags reports that the free-after-Register Rewards Applied Nutrition calcium is a monthly deal valid through June 25 at Walgreens.

    Get a printable coupon for $4/1 Cetaphil UVA/UVB Defense SPF 50. (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)


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