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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Morning Coffee: Lots of deals

The first Amazon DVD 2010 Deals Eventis going on now through January 24, or while supplies last. This event features DVDs and Blu-ray discs with savings of up to 50% off, including fitness DVDs, hit movies, indie and art house films, and TV shows. The next DVD event will start January 25, and feature classic romances, rom-coms, high-action Blu-ray movies, and favorite TV shows. Disclosure: I'm an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!

The printable coupon for $1/1 Naked Juice is still available. There was a $10 rebate form in the 1/3 inserts, or you can print one at Red Plum.

Bargain Briana explains how you can get General Mills cereal for 50 cents/box at Kmart.

Coupon Geek explains how you can get a free Uni Ball Pen.

Fabulessly Frugal has details on an HP ink cartridge deal. One word of caution, since she recommends going through a shopping portal like Ebates: make sure the coupon codes you use are listed on the portal's site, or your purchase may not qualify for cash back.

Get printable coupons for Johnsonville sausages by joining their Enthusiast Club. (Via A Thrifty Mom.)

Click here or on the ad in the left sidebar for a printable coupon good for 75 cents off Dream Dairy-Free products.

Common Sense with Money has some clearance items to keep an eye out for at Walgreens, plus a scenario for cheap L'Oreal Preference hair color.

Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Hebrew National Beef Franks. (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)

The Bargain Jargon has the scoop on free office supplies from Office Max.

Target is offering a free $15 gift card to anyone who tries out Wii Fit Plusat selected stores. Swag Grabber has the details. (Note: Wii Fit Plus is almost exactly the same as Wii Fit. We used it for 15 minutes and then listed it on Amazon.)

Kenzie Poo is giving away a $100 Gift Card to Pottery Barn. Ends 1/15.

The Festival of Frugality #212: New Beginnings Edition is up at Yes, I Am Cheap, and includes my post from last week on The Drugstore Game.

It can be important to time when you die: an 87-year-old man's death 13 hours before the New Year is going to cost his sole heir $3 million in estate taxes. (Via Going Concern.)

Attend Home Depot's free Do-It-Herself Bathroom Updates workshop on January 14 and get a card worth 20 MyCokeRewards points. Links via Logical Media

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