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  • Check out the current Toy Lightning Deals at Amazon and snag a great deal on a holiday gift!
  • Enter for a chance to win a $25 Target Holiday PEZ gift card!


  • Morning Coffee: New printable coupons to start a new week

    There are new coupons at RedPlum, including $0.50/1 Luigi’s Real Italian Ice, and various L’Oreal, Garnier, Land O’Frost, and Whiskas products.

    Coupons.com also has some new coupons, including $2/1 Benefiber and $0.55/1 Bagel-fuls. The high value coupons for $1/1 Schick shave gel and $1/1 Skintimate Shave Cream are also still available.

    If you enjoyed the free Juno musical DVD that was available a year or two ago, then you should definitely check out daily deal site Mamapedia – they’re offering $40 worth of kids’ DVDs, CDs, or downloads from the Juno Company for just $20. The Juno Company is committed to nurturing and inspiring families through the power of music. Shipping is not included and is a flat rate of $6.99. Thank you if you join(ed) Mamapedia using my referral link!

    I’ve seen a couple of reports that some areas have gotten a wrap around with their Walgreens ad that includes Crayola 24-count crayons – they’re on sale for $1, and will produce a $1 Register Reward, making them free. That is an amazing deal as I don’t recall seeing Crayolas for less than $0.25 (other brands have been as low as 1 or 5 cents, but not Crayola). If you don’t have the wrap around, don’t despair (yet) – at least some areas that didn’t get the wrap around this week are reportedly getting it next week.

    Through Saturday (7/30), Office Max is offering 100% back in Max Perks bonus rewards on any backpack purchase (limit 2 per card). Max Perks rewards can be used like cash on Office Max purchases, and as long as you spend them wisely, it’s like getting the backpack(s) for free. It’s a better deal than Staples this year, at least so far, since Staples is only offering 50% back in Staples rewards.

    Once a Month Mom explains how to make homemade yogurt tubes using a vacuum sealer.

    Betty Duffy offers a great perspective on getting rid of clutter. (Via Like Merchant Ships.)


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