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  • Sign up for a FREE one-year membership to Coupons.com Savings Club

    I don’t normally post single deals individually, but this one is so hot, I just had to let you know that it’s back! Right now, you can get a FREE one-year membership to Coupons.com’s Savings Club when you use code BIRTHDAY. It’s a $30 value, and gives you access to rare high-value coupons that you’re unlikely to find elsewhere. For example, right now there’s a coupon for $2.50/1 Renu, which gives you a moneymaker on Renu at Rite Aid this week. The regular Coupons.com has a lower-value $2/1 coupon.

    You do have to provide a credit card number for auto-renewal, but you can cancel at any time by clicking on the “Member Center” tab, then on the “Contact Support” link in the “Savings Club” section. If you don’t want to auto-renew, I recommend creating a reminder for yourself to cancel your membership via your favorite method in about 11 months (I use Google Calendar).

    If you’ve been using Savings Club, how much have you saved?

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