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  • Morning Coffee: Happy Valentine’s Day!

    Today only, you can get the Kindle version of Twilight for just $2.99. In all honesty, I didn’t expect to like the book very much when I first read it a few years ago, and now the Twilight Saga is one of my favorite series of all time! If you don’t have a Kindle, you can use one of the free Kindle reading apps to read Kindle material on your computer, smartphone or tablet.

    If you have a Nook, the Nook version of Twilight is also $2.99 right now.

    Amazon’s MP3 deal of the day is the remastered version of My Funny Valentine by Frank Sinatra for $0.79.

    Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video rental of the day is Water For Elephants with Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson (4 out of 5 stars in 226 reviews).

    There are reports at A Full Cup about trouble with some CVS cash cards.

    Daily deal site Zulily has Halo Sleepsacks starting at $11.99. I absolutely loved these when my boys were babies and needed a “blanket” at night, and this is a fantastic price. I especially like the ones with footies, since my oldest did try to walk around in his sleepsack.

    Coupons.comCoupons.com has added new coupons for $1/1 POM Wonderful, $1/1 Honey Bunches of Oats Fruit Blends, $1/1 Pebbles cereal “Giant” size, and $0.75/1 Wildwood Vacuum-Packed Tofu.

    Here’s a hidden deal I spotted at CVS: The box of small twin bottles of Revitalens contact solution is on sale for $2.89 right now. Use the printable coupon for $2/1 Revitalens (or the $2/1 coupon in the 2/5 SS) to get the box for just $0.89.

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Bag It! ($0.99 value), a game for children that gets 4.3 out of 5 stars in 62 reviews.

    Northern Cheapskate reports that you can get a free scoop of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream this evening.

    Savings Lifestyle explains how you can get a free Redbox rental today.

    If you run into cashiers who don’t understand the difference between “one per purchase” and “one per transaction,” here’s a great tip over at Slickdeals: Keep an old P&G insert coupon on hand to show the cashier the part that says “Limit 1 per purchase/4 per transaction.” Hopefully it will clarify the difference!

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