Flash sale site Totsy has Trunki by Melissa & Doug items on sale starting at $1.40. Trunki items are for traveling and include suitcases that double as riding toys ($28) and tote bags ($10.50). There are also Laura Ashley clothing items on sale – women’s clothing starts at $9.50 and kid’s clothing starts at $13.75. New members get free shipping (if I recall correctly, you get a code via email when you join). Thank you if you join(ed) Totsy using my referral link!
Coupons.com has added new coupons for $1/1 Romano’s Macaroni Grill frozen entree, $1/1 Pilot Pen FriXion pack, $3/2 Curious George DVDs and $2/1 Dingo Grillhouse product.
Coupon Network has also added some new coupons, including $1.50/1 Splenda Essentials, Buy 3, Get 1 Free Purina SmartBlend Wet Cat Food, $2.25/1 Nature’s Bounty Your Life Multi-Vitamins, $1/2 Sundown Naturals products, and $1/1 Romano’s Macaroni Grill frozen entree.
Regular Mom has a roundup of Nature Made vitamins coupons.
Get a free sample of Suave products via Walmart.
Get a printable coupon for 300 free Instant Labels at Staples ($9.99 value; expires 8/24; in store pick up required).
If you didn’t get the free product coupon for Mott’s for Tots from Vocalpoint, you can get a printable coupon for $0.55 off.
Passion for Savings explains how you can get Biotene Gum for $0.48 at Walgreens.
Get a printable coupon for $1/2 Kraft Touch of Philly Shredded Cheese.
Get a printable coupon for $0.70/1 Keebler Fudge Shoppe Jumbo Fudge Sticks. Stack it with the printable Target Web coupon for Buy 3, Get 1 Free Keebler cookies to get 4 boxes for as low as $1.09 each.
Facebook likers of Splenda can get a free sample of Splenda Essentials.
Wild for Wags explains how you can make $3.04 on Degree deodorant at Walgreens.
Freebies 4 Mom explains how you can get a bag of Precious Cat premium cat litter for free after rebate.
Common Sense with Money explains how you can get Huggies jumbo pack diapers for $2.99 next week at CVS.
If you’re a blogger, check out Penelope Trunk’s fantastic perspective on negative comments.
Life As Mom has a great post about public school misconceptions.
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