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  • Morning Coffee: Michael Jackson, Gluten-Free, Newpaper & Other Deals

    Amazon’s MP3 album deal of the day is Thriller by Michael Jackson for $3.99 – it includes the hits “Beat It,” “Billie Jean,” and “P.Y.T.”

    Here’s an easy way to go gluten-free: Daily deal site Mamapedia is offering 6-months of gluten-free menu planning and recipes from Gfree for $24 ($49 value). New subscribers only; current subscribers should email Gfree for a special offer.

    For Chicago-area readers: Daily deal site Groupon is offering a one-year Sunday and Wednesday–Friday Chicago Tribune subscription for just $26 ($155.74 value). If anyone knows if Tribune is good or bad about the Sunday coupon inserts, please let us know!

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Radiant HD ($1.99 value), a retro arcade-style game for all ages that gets 3.3 out of 5 stars in 89 reviews.

    Facebook likers of Milk Mustache may be able to get a printable coupon for a free gallon of milk with the purchase of three breakfast items. They’re giving away 10,000 coupons every day through March 3, so if you miss today’s coupon, try again tomorrow.

    I haven’t gone through my newspaper yet (and am missing several – must have a new delivery person), but Southern Cali Saver reports that you can get cheap Nature Valley bars and California Pizza Kitchen pizza at Vons/Pavilions with in-ad coupons in today’s paper.

    Baby Cheapskate reports that you can get $20 off a $50+ order at ecomom.com with code “JODY.” If you’re not already a registered customer, you’ll need to register in order to be able to use the coupon. Ecomom offers free shipping on orders of $50+, and that total must be reached before the code, so you can get a really great deal. I ordered a lot of Revolution Foods MashUps and other lunch box items for my boys and paid $30.48 total. That’s a fantastic deal, especially since the MashUps are their favorite kind of fruit sauce.

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