Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video rental of the day is Captain America: The First Avenger, which my husband and boys saw in theater and loved (3.9 out of 5 stars in 402 reviews). When you rent a video from Amazon, you generally have 30 days to watch it, and 24 to 48 hours from the time you started watching it to finish it.
Daily deal site Plum District is offering your choice of 2 personalized Disney Princess or Cars books for just $22 + free shipping ($44 value). New Plum District members get a $5 sign up credit, so your cost would be just $17.
One A Full Cup reader reports that you can get free Nivea Lip Care using the $3/2 coupon from the 2/12 Red Plum.
Get a free Kindle download of 101 Offline Activities You Can Do With Your Child (4.8 out of 5 stars in 6 reviews). Be sure to verify that the price is $0 before you click “buy.”
This woman fed her family for the USDA-calculated “thrifty” budget of $491.10 for 30 days with food obtained exclusively at Whole Foods. My family’s “thrifty” budget would be $576.50, which seems very doable . . .
Totally Target reports that you might be able to find free Revlon makeup after clearance price and coupons at Target.
MomAdvice explains how to restore your faded jeans with dye. I’d be terrified, but I could see myself going through the process if it meant saving my otherwise-perfectly-wearable favorite pair of jeans.
Banner via MySavings.com.
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