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  • Morning Coffee: Swagbucks Valentine’s Collector’s Bills start today

    Swagbucks is my favorite way to earn free money, and they’ve got a new bonus offer that starts today. Through Valentine’s Day, you can win specially designed Valentine’s Collector’s Bills when using the Search function – collect all five designs and you’ll get a bonus of 14 Swag Bucks instantly. You can only win these bills through searching, which shouldn’t be a problem because you already use Swagbucks for search anyway. (And if you don’t, you should!)

    I know Easter is a ways off, but daily deal site Zulily is offering character Easter baskets for just $9.99 ($18-$20 value). The selection includes Thomas & Friends, My Little Pony, Nerf, Crayola, Spiderman, Batman, Build-A-Bear and more.

    The Dark Grey Pearl Illusion Necklace pictured at right is on sale for just $9.99 right now ($20 value).

    Daily deal site 8moms is offering adorable matching shoes for Mommy & Daughter for $45 ($90 value). You can also just get a pair of toddler shoes for $20 ($40 value).

    Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video rental of the day is Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris with Owen Wilson (3.9 out of 5 stars in 222 reviews).

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Draw(er) Pro ($1 value), a drawing app for all ages that gets 3.7 out of 5 stars in 30 reviews.

    For locals: City Controller Wendy Greuel is asking residents of the City of Los Angeles to take an online survey about the City’s service delivery and quality of life. Survey results will be used to run the city more efficiently, and to find areas to audit.

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