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  • Morning Coffee: Discounted School Uniforms, Brad Pitt Movie Rentals for $0.99 + More

    Daily deal site Zulily is offering discounted School Uniforms and Accessories, with $9.99 polos and button-up shirts, $12.99 shoes, pants and jackets, and much more.

    Amazon’s $0.99 Instant Video Rentals of the Day both feature Brad Pitt: Rent Ocean’s Eleven (2001) (4.0 out of 5 stars in 579 reviews) and/or Seven Years In Tibet (3.9 stars in 128 reviews – I saw this in the theater back in 1997, and vaguely remember enjoying it).

    Amazon’s MP3 Album of the Day is Guns N’ RosesGreatest Hits [Explicit] for $2.99. It features hits like Sweet Child O’ Mine, November Rain, Live and Let Die, and more.

    Get a printable coupon for $0.75/1 Philadelphia Indulgence, and take it to Target, where you can reportedly get the single serving cups for $1.04 after coupon (use zip code 90210 if you don’t see it at yours). (Via Totally Target.)

    Send a friend a coupon for $0.99/1 Coke.

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is ’80s Song Lyrics – Tidbit Trivia ($1.99 value), a trivia game that gets 3.1 out of 5 stars in 11 reviews.

    Rewards Gold is offering free subscriptions to Forbes, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Maxim, and Brides.

    It’s 7/11, which means today’s the day to get a FREE Slurpee at 7-Eleven. Go early, since the offer is only good while their special 7.11-oz cups are available.

    Wild for CVS reports that you might be able to get FREE facial cleansing towelettes at CVS.

    Here’s a great offer if you don’t have a Walgreens nearby for those free 8×10 print offers: Freebies 4 Mom explains how to get two 8×10 prints for $1.79 shipped from Shutterfly.

    Here’s some info on a huge counterfeit coupon bust in Arizona.

    For locals: Here’s some useful info on when you can park at broken meters in Los Angeles.


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