Daily deal site Mamapedia is offering a two-year subscription to Health magazine for just $13 – plus get an extra $2 off when you use coupon code HEALTHMAG2. That works out to just 55 cents per issue! Thank you if you join(ed) Mamapedia using my referral link!
For locals: Daily deal site Living Social‘s Los Angeles deal today is a $30 voucher to Armstrong Gardens for just $15. The last time a daily deal site offered a discount to Armstrong Gardens, it sold out pretty quickly. Note the fine print, as the voucher cannot be used toward sale items. Expires 11/20/11; limit 1 per person. Thank you if you join(ed) Living Social using my referral link!
Get a printable coupon for $0.40/1 Wish-Bone dressing or spritzer via Free Coupon Alerts.
Get 80 points at Recyclebank when you take the Green Your School Challenge: After School, and 25 points when you pledge to switch from bottled water with Brita. Both opportunities are available under the “Earn Points” tab. You’ll have more than enough points to redeem for a $2/1 Kashi product coupon (75 points; max of 3 per month). I was able to use these coupons to get cheap cereal bars for my son’s school snacks.
Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Diet Assistant Pro ($1.94 value), a weekly menu generator and weight tracker that gets 3.5 out of 5 stars in 40 reviews.
Get a free sample of Playtex Tampons via Walmart (new offer).
Freebies 4 Mom explains how you can get 3 photo books for the price of 1 at Snapfish (that’s a great deal for grandparent holiday gifts, although I’m not sure what shipping costs add).
Money Saving Mom reports that you can get 9 free-after-rewards items from Office Max.
CVS has published its CVS Refund Policy, but unfortunately it doesn’t specify what happens if you pay with ECBs. On the other hand, the policy does state that “[r]efunds are payable to the customer in the same tender as the original purchase,” which supports the argument that the store should issue a form of credit for payment made via ECB.
One A Full Cup user shows how much she bought for less than $20 at the military commissary.
Banner via MySavings.com.
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