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  • Evening Roundup: New Amazon Instant Video users get a free $5 credit

    Amazon is offering new Instant Video users a free $5 credit when you click through that link. If you’ve never used Instant Video before, I highly recommend taking advantage of the credit – there are frequent offers for $0.99 rentals on popular movies, so you’ll be able to watch quite a few hours for free.

    Lego.com is offering a Lego Birthday Party Kit for just $19.98 ($39.99 value) – it includes invitation cards, thank you cards, 3D name stickers, building tips and tricks booklets, Birthday Builder Packs, Official Lego Builder Licenses, minifigures, a pop up card and magnet. The minifigures alone would probably cost $20, so this is a great deal.

    Daily deal site Groupon is offering a $50 voucher to Abe’s Market for just $25. Abe’s offers natural and organic products, and I highly recommend the Plush Puffs marshmallows – you’ll never be able to enjoy a “regular” marshmallow after you have these. Get free shipping on orders of $49+.

    The Children’s Place is still offering a free $10 e-gift card when you buy a $40+ e-gift card. You can send the $40 gift card to yourself, and redeem the gift cards in-store as well as online. Shop through Ebates to get 2.5% cash back, making your cost just $39 for $50 worth of gift cards.

    There are some new printable Target Web coupons, including $1/1 Up & Up eye care item, $1/1 Up & Up cleaning item, $1.50/1 Up & Up diapers, and $1 off a $3+ Up & Up item. You can reportedly use the eye care coupon to get free drops and the cleaning item coupon to get a free sponge or bleach.

    Facebook likers of Trop50 can get a printable coupon for $1/1 Trop50 when you post a resolution.

    For the Mommas explains how to get free reading glasses at Rite Aid.

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