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  • Morning Coffee: New $0.25 MP3s

    There are just two days left to enter the iPad-a-day giveaway at Coupons.com, and I’m really hoping a CFO reader wins at least one – so good luck! Plus, there are some great new coupons to print today, including a rare high-value coupon for $0.75/1 Smucker’s Jam, Jelly, or Preserves, a very high value B1G1 Gevalia Coffee 12 oz. bag, $1/2 Johnsonville Smoked Sausages, and $2/1 L’Oreal Paris Face Product.

    Amazon has a new batch of $0.25 MP3s, all of them recent releases, including Both Of Us (feat. Taylor Swift) [Explicit] by B.o.B., She’s So Mean by Matchbox Twenty, and Truck Yeah by Tim McGraw.

    Also at Amazon, the MP3 Album of the Day is NOW That’s What I Call 80s Hits for just $2.99, which features 18 hits from the 80’s, including “(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life,” “You Keep Me Hanging On,” and “Take Me Home Tonight/Be My Baby.”

    Coupon NetworkCoupon Network has some semi-rare Skippy peanut butter coupons, including $1/3 Skippy Natural Peanut Butter Spreads, $0.35/1 Skippy Natural Peanut Butter Spread, and $0.75/2 Skippy Natural Peanut Butter Spreads.

    Get a printable coupon for $1.10/4 Haagen-Dazs Sorbet 14-oz.

    Get a printable coupon for a FREE Signature Collection item at Bath & Body Works with $10+ purchase.

    Get a free sample of Body By Victoria Perfume when you try on a Body by Victoria Bra at Victoria’s Secret. (Via Moms Need to Know.)

    I was able to add another 10 points to my My Coke Rewards account today with code 10096122897198.

    Facebook likers of CVS Minute Clinic can get a FREE trial size sunscreen (while supplies last).

    I think I reported this previously as well because it wasn’t a surprise to me, but Wild for Wags has confirmed that Walgreens is rolling out a loyalty card program in the fall. I believe this means the end of Register Rewards, and greater control for the store over limits per customer. Hopefully it doesn’t mean that limits on the in-ad coupons will be enforced automatically by the computer, though, since my stores have always let me buy as much as I want so long as they have a good supply of stock.

    And last but most definitely not least, Heavenly Homemakers has a lovely post about prayer that I’m really taking to heart. Go read it.

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