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  • Morning Coffee: Hosting the Festival of Frugality this week!

    The Festival of Frugality will be here tomorrow morning, so look for some great articles about saving money and living well. It’ll be a “coupon facts” theme, so we can all learn more about coupons. 😀

    Coupons.comHead over to for more new coupons, including $1/1 Axe product (redeemable only at Albertsons/Jewel-Osco), $1/1 Lactaid ice cream, and $1/1 Lactaid 32-ct+ supplement. Don’t forget to print the Nestle Crunch coupons to get bars for as little as 4 cents next week at Walgreens.

    Best Buy has iTunes gift cards for 15% off this week, and they come with free shipping if you order online.

    Amazon’s $5 albums this month include albums by Maroon 5, Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Cher (greatest hits), Nirvana (unplugged), and the Sound of Music soundtrack.

    Amazon is also offering an extra 30% off Gerber foods when you use code GERBR434 and Subscribe & Save. That means you can a 6-pack of Puffs for as low as $8.53, or $1.42 per canister.

    Stretching a Buck has this week’s Target match ups.

    Speaking of Target, Totally Target reports that you can make $5 if you got the $5/1 John Frieda coupon in yesterday’s paper.

    Wild for Wags reports that there’s free Finesse all month long at Walgreens, and has an update on this week’s deals.

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