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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: Consumer Reports for Android $1.99

    Amazon has the Consumer Reports Mobile Shopper 2012 app for Android on sale for just $1.99 right now (down from the usual price of $4.99). It gets mixed reviews though.

    Daily deal site Eversave is offering a one-year subscription to Good Housekeeping for just $5 (or get two years for $10). If you’re new to Eversave, you’ll get a $2 credit making this deal even better. Thank you if you join(ed) Eversave using my referral link!

    There are some new printable Target coupons, including 20% off 2 Kids Denim Pants or Capris, various Kellogg’s items, $1/2 Shout Laundry Items, $1/2 Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Gels, and $1/1 Windex Electronics Cleaner.

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Sporcle, a trivia game that gets 3 out of 5 stars in 33 reviews.

    Get $40 off at Paper Coterie with code BEGINANYWHERE (expires 8/31). There’s no minimum, but you’ll have to pay shipping of $6 to $12 per item. I’m going to pick a calendar or two as holiday gifts for the grandparents. (Via Freebies 4 Mom.)

    Get free shipping on any order at PartyCity.com with coupon code PC92NB. They have a 50-cent clearance event going on right now, so you might be able to pick up some cheap party-ware. The only bummer is that if Party City is a member of any cash back sites, I couldn’t find them.

    Happy Money Saver reports that you can get free Degree deodorant at Walmart.

    Get a printable coupon for 100 free black & white business cards at Staples ($19.99 value; expires 8/6).

    Sam’s Club members can get a free sample of Huggies Snug & Dry diapers.

    In Erika’s Kitchen has a recipe for some amazing-looking homemade potato chips.


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    Comments

    1. Thanks for the info on the Martha Stewart kits. I bought several of the baking kits for $5 each! They don't have to be for Valentines for some of them. We paid a lot more for some of her bags in the past. Thanks again!

    2. Chief Family Officer says:

      @Susan – I'm so glad the info helped! Thanks for letting me know :)

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