Daily deal site Plum District has some awesome deals right now, including a $40 voucher to Ecomom.com for just $20, and a $50 voucher to Label Daddy for just $25. I’m a big fan of both of these sites – Ecomom offers free shipping on orders of $50+, so you basically pay $30 for $50 worth of product, and you only need to hit the $50 before your voucher is applied. I did this deal myself and bought 11 boxes of Revolution Foods mash-ups for my kids’ school lunches for just $0.60 per pouch, which is an amazing deal. Label Daddy is my first choice for labels for the kids’ school things, clothes, and reusable containers – in all of the washings and constant use, I’ve only ever had one come off by itself. It looks like you can still get a $5 promo credit when you take the Plum District Mother’s Day survey, and new members get a $5 sign up credit by joining here.
Amazon still has over 100 hit songs from the ’90s for just $0.69 each – the selection includes Smooth by Santana featuring Rob Thomas, Semi-Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind, and Dreamlover by Mariah Carey.
Get a printable coupon for $0.55/1 Mardi Gras napkins. I’ve seen these at Ralphs, and I think the price on the 250-count package is a little over $3.
One of Target’s Daily Deals is an 8-piece nonstick bakeware set for $17.99 + free shipping. The set includes a muffin pan, 2 cookie sheets, pie pan, pizza pan, loaf pan, and square cake pan.
Daily deal site Eversave is offering two personalized Disney Princess-themed or two Disney/Pixar’s Cars-themed storybooks for just $21 including shipping ($42 value). These would make a fabulous birthday present for a younger child.
Get 10 points at Pampers Gifts to Grow with code FBSTPPKKGA3M412 (expires 3/19).
Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Moola Personal Finance ($4.99 value), which gets 3 out of 5 stars in 33 reviews.
There are some new printable Target Web coupons, including a HOT coupon for $5/2 Revlon Beauty Tools. According to Totally Target, you can use this coupon to get free nail files, clippers, and tweezers (if your store carries the lower priced items – mine no longer does).
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