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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Morning Coffee: More shoe sales

Amazon has kids' shoes on salefor up to 65% off, including some popular brands like Pediped and Geox. Unfortunately, the selection of sizes is pretty limited. 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!

Naturalizer is having a big clearance sale, with shoes up to 70% off. That means shoes that were regularly priced at over $70 are now in the low $20's. Don't forget to go through a shopping portal like Mr. Rebates to get 6% cash back (learn more about Mr. Rebates). Disclosure: If you sign up for Mr. Rebates using my referral link, we'll both receive bonuses, so thank you!

Walgreens is offering 10% off contact lenses and free shipping with a contact lens purchase over $50 with code VIEW10.

Stretching a Buck has some Kroger Mega Sale matchups. The prices will probably be higher at Ralphs, but the qualifying items should be the same if you want to see what qualifies for the promo.

Fabulessly Frugal reports that there will twice the value coupons for Albertsons in the Sunday paper of some regions (I know they’re regional, because we never get them here in SoCal). Apparently the doublers will be good for a Quaker granola bar deal that’s so good, the FF ladies are planning on buying hundreds of boxes.

Get a free download of Corinne Bailey Rae’s I’d Do It All Again. (Via My Good Cents.)

Baby Cheapskate has collected readers' favorite kid books, and has suggestions on how to get them cheaply.

If you have to deal with food allergies and you have access to Hy-Vee, you should know that you may be able to get a 10% discount on items in their "Health Market" section, which are often gluten-free, dairy-free, etc.

There's a moneymaker deal at Meijer on Pillsbury Grands or Sweet Rolls.

Bargain Briana has a list of this week's Kmart deals, which include free Post cereal.

Get a free bar of Dove soap by tweeting them a photo of your regular soap - details here. (Via Coupon Cravings.)

Money Saving Mom reports that there's a moneymaker deal on Old El Paso products at Kroger. The deal is probably working at Ralphs, but if the prices are higher there, it may not be a moneymaker.

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