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  • Morning Coffee: Brawny deal, 16GB iPod Touch for $185 & More

    Amazon is offering 20 Giant Rolls of Brawny Paper Towels for $22.68 when you clip the $1 off coupon underneath the image and order through Subscribe & Save. 20 Giant Rolls is equivalent to 30 regular rolls, and the price works out to $0.76 per regular roll. That’s an excellent price on Brawny, which is difficult to get super cheap, and these days it’s an excellent price on paper towels period. Learn more about Subscribe & Save here.

    Get a printable coupon for $2/1 Neosporin First Aid Product {I think this is a new coupon, so you should be able to print it, even if you’d printed the previous $2/1 coupons}.

    Get a high-value printable coupon for $2/1 Nivea for Men Face Care Product (or $1/2 Shave Gels or Foams).

    There is also a new printable coupon for $1/1 Nivea Men Body Wash. If you have access to two computers, you can print 4 coupons to use at Rite Aid this week, where they are on sale for B1G1. Buy 8, pay approximately $20, and get back a $10 +UP reward, making your net cost $1.25 per bottle of body wash.

    Today only, Best Buy is offering a 16GB iPod Touch (4th Gen) for $184.99. My boys each have one, and it’s replaced the Nintendo DS as their preferred handheld gaming device. I love that it’s small enough to fit in my back pocket if I’m not carrying a bag, and apps are way cheaper than a new DS game ($1.99 vs. $34.99!).

    Get a printable coupon for $1/2 Mini Babybel Cheese products.

    For the Mommas explains how to get FREE Utz chips at Rite Aid.

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