We’re honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. today, and as one of my friends pointed out last week, the only difference her daughter sees between herself and my son is that she has brown hair and he has black hair. The racial differences are completely insignificant to her, and that’s the best realization of Dr. King’s dream.
Coupons.com has added a bunch of new coupons, including $1.50/2 Planters peanut butter, $0.50/1 Marie Callender’s microwavable fruit pie, $1/2 Great Grains cereal, $3/1 Hormel party tray, $1/1 Smuckers Sugar-Free product, and a huge bunch of Glade coupons. The elusive $0.30/1 Haribo coupon is available right now also.
Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video rental of the day is Assassination Games with Jean-Claude Van Damme. (LA tidbit: I saw him at a club in Hollywood once, years ago.)
Today’s Ebates Daily Double store is Staples, which is giving 4% cash back. Right now, they are offering a box of 500 #10 envelopes for just $3 ($8.49 value) with FREE shipping (limit 2). You an also get a package of Avery 8160 White Inkjet Address Labels for FREE after rebate (pay $9.99, receive $9.99 rebate) with free shipping – that’s a small moneymaker after cash back! To learn more about Ebates, read my original review. New Ebates members get a free $10 gift card when you join here.
Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Galactic Blast ($0.50 value), a game for ages 9+ that gets 3 out of 5 stars in 44 reviews.
Get free shipping on any order at the Disney Store today only with code FREESHIP.
Daily deal site Plum District is offering a one-year subscription to Woman’s Day for just $5. New Plum District members get a $5 sign up credit, but you won’t be able to use it on this deal because it’s a “Plum Steal.”
Facebook likers of Brawny can get a printable coupon for $1/1 Brawny.
Get a free sample of Stayfree with Wings. It also looks like you’ll be able to print a $1/1 Stayfree coupon after you request your sample.
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