SavingStar has added some new digital coupons, including $0.50/2 jars Musselman’s Apple Sauce, $0.75/2 Lucky Leaf Pie Filling, and $10/1 RapidLash (valid at CVS only).
Amazon is offering four 42-oz canisters of Quaker Oatmeal Old Fashioned Oats for $12.17 with Subscribe & Save, which always includes free shipping. That works out to 12.7 cents per ounce, which is a decent deal considering I haven’t seen any fantastic prices on Quaker Oats in quite some time.
Daily deal site Plum District is offering a $40 voucher to Babo Botanicals for just $20. I prefer my boys to use a combo shampoo/body wash that doesn’t contain any sulfates, phthalates and other potentially harmful ingredients, and Babo’s products fit the bill, so I emailed them to ask about shipping. I got a response that it’s a $7 flat rate (or, according to their homepage, free on orders of $75+). I’m buying a voucher as soon as I’m done with this post, because that’s a great deal and I’m running low. New Plum District members get a $5 sign up credit, so you’d pay just $15 for the voucher.
The new Dial body wash coupons at Coupons.com will go nicely with the Register Rewards deal at Walgreens the week of 3/11. (It sure seems like the week of 3/11 is going to be a busy one for coupon deals – but print the various coupons now – like the $3/2 Right Guard coupon – while they’re still available because they probably won’t be around by mid-March.)
Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Wikinvest ($1.99 value), which lets you track all of your investment accounts and gets 3.4 out of 5 stars in 46 reviews.
Baby Cheapskate shares some suggestions for donating baby clothes to newborns who don’t have any.
Passion for Savings reports that Target stores will host a Read-Across-America event on Saturday.
Centsable Momma has a list of this weekend’s free kid’s activities.
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