There’s a hot new coupon at Coupons.com for $2/2 Expo Dry Erase Markers. You can use the coupon Walgreens to get two 2-packs for free this week (they’re $0.99 so the coupon will need to be adjusted down), or you can wait until next week to get two 6-packs (on sale for $3.99) for free when you also use the $3/1 coupon in the August coupon booklet (it will deduct $6). Since I’ll be donating these to our school, I’m going to wait until next week, as I’m sure the teachers would rather have the 6-packs!
Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video Rental of the Day is Gnomeo & Juliet, which gets 4 out of 5 stars in 87 reviews. When you rent a video from Amazon, you generally have 30 days to watch it, and 24 to 48 hours from the time you started watching it to finish it. I love this, because it means I can rent a kid’s video when it’s $0.99, then save it for when I’m desperate for some kind of entertainment (the Tangled rental came in handy a couple of weeks ago when one of the boys and I were both sick!).
Daily deal site Mamapedia is offering $22 worth of reusable food-safe bags for just $11 (not valid towards shipping, which starts at $4). If you pack a lot of sandwiches, reusable sandwich bags can save money and the environment. Thank you if you join(ed) Mamapedia using my referral link!
Regular Mom has a roundup of the printable Target baby coupons.
Speaking of Target, there are new printable Target Web coupons for apparel, including $5/1 women’s denim bottoms (which could make for free clearance jeans), $3/1 Mossimo women’s apparel item, and $3/1 select Exhilaration items.
Today only, you can get free shipping at The Children’s Place (no coupon code required). They still have a good clearance sale going on – selection is limited, but the prices on what’s left are fantastic. Go through Mr. Rebates or Shop at Home to get back 4% of your purchase.
Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Wiz Kid Jr. ($0.99 value), a puzzle game that gets 4 out of 5 stars in 30 reviews and is rated for all ages.
Get two free Kindle downloads:
- Hawks Mountain ($12.99 value; novel getting 5 out of 5 stars in 5 reviews)
- 25 Days to Better Thinking and Better Living: A Guide for Improving Every Aspect of Your Life ($15.99 value; 4.5 out of 5 stars in 3 reviews)
If you don’t have a Kindle, you can read the books on your smartphone, computer or tablet using one of the free Kindle reading apps.
Savings Lifestyle explains how you can get a card for a teacher from Tiny Prints for just $0.49.
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