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  • Morning Coffee: Lots of Black Friday Week Deals

    $1.00 off Minute Maid Juice Box 10-pkCoupons.com has new coupons for $1/1 Minute Maid Juice Box 10-pack, and $2/1 Pampers Baby Dry diapers.

    Daily deal site Zulily has a LEGO Collection, with prices starting as low as $7.99. The collection includes LEGO storage solutions, water bottles, apparel, and more. If you still have the $10 off coupon from joining last week, you might be able to get something for FREE! The $10 should come off during the checkout process.

    Today only, Amazon is offering Pitbull‘s new album Global Warming [Explicit] for $5.99. If you have the $5 MP3 credit from Scott Shared Values, you can get it for just $0.99.

    Amazon’s Black Friday Week Lightning Deals today include:

    • Rubbermaid 8-Piece Glass Food Storage Container Set with Easy Find Lid at 8:59 am PST (regular price $22.97)
    • Batman‘s original foray into the LEGO universe” at 9:09 am PST
    • Seagate Backup Plus 1 TB External Hard Drive at 9:39 am PST (regular price $89.95)
    • Oster 22-Quart Roaster Oven at 9:59 am PST (regular price $54.78)
    • LEGO Duplo Legoville Deluxe Train Set at 10:59 am PST (regular price $118.95)
    • Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax DVD/Blu-ray Combo Pack at 12:19 pm PST (regular price $17.99)
    • Dr. Horrible‘s Sing-Along Blog on Blu-ray at 12:19 pm PST (regular price $8.99)
    • 4th Generation 16GB Apple iPod Touch at 12:29 pm PST (regular price $195)
    • 5th Generation 32GB Apple iPod Touch at 1:29 pm PST (regular price $295)
    • Disney Channel Holiday Playlist CD at 1:59 PST (regular price $6.99)
    • Need You Now CD by Lady Antebellum at 4:59 PST (regular price $6.99)

    A lot of these deals are limited in quantity and will so super fast, so I recommend being ready and waiting at your computer if you really want any of the Lightning Deals.

    Amazon has a new batch of $1.99 Instant Video rentals:

    When you rent a video from Amazon, you generally have 30 days to watch it, and 24 to 48 hours from the time you started watching it to finish it.

    Amazon is also offering the Horton Hears a Who DVD (Single-Disc Edition) for just $3.99.

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