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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Midday Coffee: Free Despicable Me tickets

Amazon has a great deal going on right now: Buy any of the DVDs listed hereby August 12 and get $10 movie cash to see Despicable Me in theaters. After your order ships, you'll receive a code via email, which you can redeem by going to by August 16. The selection of movies is pretty good, and there are many priced around $10, so if you were planning to see Despicable Me anyway, then it's like getting a free DVD (unless your tickets are cheaper - ours are at least $10, even for the kids). 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 a printable coupon for $1.50/2 Ziploc products.

Get a free sample of Better Than Ears Plus dog treats from Walmart

Thanks to Tia's Saving Cents for pointing out that the new Borders coupons include one for 50% off any Star Wars item (excluding Lego).

Get a printable coupon for a free Snikkidy product, courtesy of BuckTown Bargains. (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)

Get a mini preview of the upcoming Target ad.

A Thrifty Mom's weekly budget review never ceases to amaze me - take a look at all the stuff she got for $43.79.

Save at Home Mommy has put together a spreadsheet comparing prices of school supplies at the major chains.

Good Life Eats explains how to organize recipes from magazines.

Check out For the Mommas' advice on how to maximize your privacy on Facebook. (Via Money Saving Mom.)

Moms Need to Know has a heads up on next week's free-after-rewards backpack deal at Staples.

AMC Theatres is offering any size popcorn or fountain drink for $1 on Sunday via Facebook.

Banner via Escalate Media Affiliate Network

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  • At 7/21/10, 12:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I too have been very concerned about Facebook. I keep hearing stories of people's privacy being violated without their "apparent" knowledge. For example, a girl posts a new cell phone number for "friends" only to find a NPR doing an investigative report is easily able to get her phone number. They call her and tell her about their story. They ask if she is concerned. She says no. Another story involved a health professional whose patients identities were compromised.

    I did open account to get coupons, but no friends. This has worked fine for me. In a world where my own adult children tell everybody everything despite my repeated warnings about employers and others having access to this information, it seems some don't care about their privacy. I think I'm most concerned about picture tagging, where someone can take you picture unbeknowest to you, tag it, and have someone see that picture even if you aren't on Facebook.

  • At 7/21/10, 8:04 PM, Blogger Chief Family Officer said…

    @anon - You hit the nail on the head re. my Facebook concerns: my lack of trust in their privacy safeguards, given their past performance. I too don't understand why people don't care about sharing so much personal info.


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