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  • Morning Coffee: New coupons, last chance for $0.99 Twilight rentals & more

    $1.00 off any one (1) ProNamel product (excludeThere are a couple of new coupons at this morning, including $1/1 ProNamel product and B2G1 Milky Way Singles. Wild for Wags reports that you can get 3 Milky Way bars for $0.42 each at CVS with the coupon.

    Today is the last day to rent the Twilight movies for $0.99 each:

    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.

    Daily deal site Eversave is offering a $50 Vermont Teddy Bear voucher for just $25. You can use up to $6 of credit towards the deal, making your cost just $19 for a $50 voucher. New members get a $5 sign up credit and pay just $20.

    Daily deal site Mamapedia is offering a one-year subscription to National Geographic Kids plus 2 Weird but True! books for just $20 ($63 value). Valid for new, renewal and gift subscriptions in the U.S.

    Amazon’s Kindle Daily Deal is Chocolat, the book that inspired the movie, for $2.99 (compare to $16 for the print version). It gets 4 stars in 253 reviews.

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is Chess ($0.99 value), a game that gets 4.3 stars in 17 reviews.

    Facebook likers of Seattle’s Best Coffee can get a free sample.

    If you’re in SoCal, don’t forget to enter the DIRECTV Classic giveaway!

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