There some coupons I’ve never seen before at Coupons.com right now, including $1.50/1 Pampers Cruisers or Baby Dry Diapers, $1.50/1 Pampers Swaddlers Diapers, $0.75/1 Pampers Wipes 60-ct+, and $0.50/1 Palmolive 20-oz+. There are also the usual new start-of-the-month coupons, like $1/2 Cheerios, $0.40/6 Yoplait, and various Pillsbury coupons.
SavingStar has also added some new digital coupons, including $0.70/1 Kelloggs Krave Cereal, $1/1 McCain Sweet Potato Fries, $1/1 McCain Purely Potatoes, $0.75/1 GUM Crayola Kids Toothbrush, $0.75/1 GUM Go-Betweens, and $0.75/1 Gum EZ Flossers. You can also enter to win 6 months of groceries (just click on the “Blog” link at the top of the page).
Speaking of SavingStar, they have that high value offer for $5 back when you spend $20 on Special K products. I found an unlimited personalized price of $2.49 on Special K cereals waiting for me at Vons just for U. The $20 threshold is reportedly based on the regular price, so if you have the same just for U offer and the $5/5 Kellogg’s printable that’s no longer available, you could buy 5, pay $7.45 out of pocket, and get $5 back via SavingStar. That works out to just $0.49/box!
Daily deal site Mamapedia is offering 4 Hollywood Movie Money tickets for just $32 – that’s good for 2 adult and 2 child tickets ($42 value).
Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video rental of the day is Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark with Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce (2.8 out of 5 stars in 84 reviews).
Amazon’s MP3 deal of the day is Drive By by Train for $0.99.
Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Daily Ab Workout ($0.99 value), which has directed routines and gets 3.8 out of 5 stars in 31 reviews.
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