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Friday, April 23, 2010

Morning Coffee: Happy Swag Bucks Friday!

Search & WinToday is Mega Swag Bucks Day, which means you have an increased chance of winning big Swag Bucks. Learn why Swag Bucks is my favorite way to earn free money. Disclosure: If you join Swag Bucks using my referral link, I'll get bonus Swag Bucks, so thank you if you do!

Get a hot deal at JC Penny through Ebates right now - you'll get 6% cash back (instead of the usual 3%) and take $10 off any order of $10 or more with code 4BESTMOM. You'll have to pay shipping, but there's a spring sale going on so you should be able to find some good deals. I picked up two boys' T-shirts for less than $10 shipped. To learn more about Ebates, read my original review. If you sign up through my referral link, we'll both get a bonus when you make your first purchase within 30 days!

Also at Ebates, today's Daily Double store is Designer Shoe Warehouse (DSW), which is giving 8% cash back (instead of the usual 4%). You can get free shipping on orders of $35 or more with code SPRSHP and a free membership.

Get a preview of next week's Staples ad. There's free-after-rewards batteries and $1 reams of paper.

You can buy the digital version of Avatarfrom Amazon for $14.99. You'll be able to watch it online or download it to your computer (and possibly your Tivo). The nice thing about buying video on demand from Amazon is that everything you purchase is in your digital library, so now matter where you are, you can log in and watch anything you've purchased online. 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!

Get printable coupons for Buy One, Get One Tresemme Fresh Start and $2/1 Tresemme Fresh Start.

Common Sense with Money explains how you can get free Schick razors at Walmart.

Get 1 point at Tropicana Juicy Rewards with code HMEK9-TKRMF (expires 5/10/10). (Via Common Sense with Money.)

Here's a very interesting article on how Walmart sources its produce and how its produce stacks up in flavor against Whole Foods. (Via Like Merchant Ships.)

All Financial Matters is doing some retirement planning, and illustrates exactly why I find this kind of planning so difficult. Not only do you have to account for inflation, there are so many unknowns.

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