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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Morning Coffee: Get a Free Golf Club

Here's a rare offer: TaylorMade Golf is giving away 20,000 irons from their new Burner line of clubs. You have to answer several questions, and those who give the answers that TaylorMade is looking for will get a 6-iron. All others will receive a $10 off promo code for TaylorMade's webstore. As always, be sure to check the official rules before registering. (Via Swag Grabber.) has some new coupons, including some great Rite Aid coupons like $3 off a $15 purchase and $2/1 Benadryl. Links via Escalate Media Affiliate Network

I monitor the coupon forums extensively, but here’s a store I’ve never heard of before: Roche Bros., which will double up to five $1/1 coupons on Tuesdays. It looks like they’re in Massachusetts – find your local store and give them a call to see if they participate in these weekly doubles.

Coupon Cravings has a great post on trading in video games. I usually sell mine on Amazon, and I had no idea that the value you can get back varies so much. It definitely pays to check more than one store!

Facebook fans of Redbox can get a code for a free rental tomorrow (3/17). (Via Bargain Briana.)

In case you needed confirmation: The LA Times says you can legally park at broken meters (but people are receiving tickets anyway).

There are currently four free Kotex sample packs available, including a new one for the new line of U products.

Common Sense with Money explains how you can make money buying Sudafed Mist this week at Walgreens if you got the right coupons in Sunday’s paper (they weren’t in the LA Times :( ).

Common Sense with Money also has some details on the upcoming Kmart doubles that may mean a special trip to Kmart won’t be worth the trouble. (It never is for me!)

Facebook fans of Ritz Crackers can get a free sample of their new product Munchables.

Here are a couple of Stride gum deals: Facebook fans get a free sample pack. Anyone can print this Buy One, Get One Free coupon (goes straight to printing). (Via Common Sense with Money.)

Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week at Borders.

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