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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Morning Coffee: Extreme Couponing

There's been a lot of chatter about a new TLC show called Extreme Couponing (the link takes you to a clip of a special that aired recently; the network has since picked it up as a series). I didn't watch the special, and I got really stressed out watching the clip because I personally couldn't shop like that. So I loved Northern Cheapskate's take on the show, which is exactly how I feel.

Amazon has a bunch of Kaplan study guides available for free Kindle download through Monday. If you don't have a Kindle, you can download the books via one of the many free Kindle apps. And, if you know someone who has a Kindle book you'd like to read, you can "borrow" it - details here.

If you haven't tried Amazon's Video on Demand yet, you can get a $5 Video on Demand credit, which should get you a free movie rental or one or two free TV episode purchases. Offer expires March 31.

Through January 20, you can get a free rental at Blockbuster Express with code 14CHD2X. (Via Free Stuff 4 Free.)

Get a printable coupon for $0.50/1 Kraft Natural Shredded Cheese with a touch of Philadelphia via Walmart.

The LA Times explains why it's hard to find organic wine.

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