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  • Morning Coffee: Free Revlon Tools at Target (updated)

    *HOT!* Barnes & Noble has the HP Touchpad 16GB for just $101.95 (shipping was $5.49 for me). All the retailers are just trying to get rid of these (Staples is already out of stock at all the stores within 20 miles of my house), so if you’re interested in owning a Touchpad, get it while you can!

    If you got the Target coupon for $5/2 Revlon beauty tools in yesterday’s Smart Source insert, Her Savings shows how you can get some tools for free.

    I’m not seeing it, but apparently there’s a regional coupon at RedPlum for $0.50/1 Ruffies trash bags.

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is ZDefense, a game rated for all ages that gets 4 out of 5 stars in 31 reviews.

    Amazon’s free MP3 of the day is Voyage by Yanni.

    Passion for Savings reports that you can get free Revlon lipstick at CVS this week.

    Common Sense with Money reports that there’s a good Crayola deal at Toys R Us this week, and that you can get 9 items for $15.

    Growing Up Gabel has a tutorial for a clever crayon wreath. Since I coordinated the class holiday gift last year, I can’t help thinking that something like this would be perfect in December too.

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    1. Oh, the wreath would be a lovely gift for the holidays! Good idea. And thanks for the link!

      So why is everyone getting rid of the Touchpad? They are all gone now. Our 11 year old wants an eReader for Christmas and that price is cheaper than any of those!

      • Chief Family Officer says:

        HP is ceasing the computer manufacturing portion of their business – wow, right?