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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Morning Coffee: Need a Paper Goods Deal!

We've been running low on toilet paper, and we've all been blowing our noses a lot, so now we're starting to run low on tissue too. I need to find deals on both, and soon! I read over at Slickdeals that the $3/1 P&G eSaver coupon comes off when you buy the 12-big roll package of Charmin at Vons for $6.99, so that would be $0.33 per double roll, which isn't bad.

Amazon has a couple of great grocery deals today: Get 36 single-serving packs of Annie's Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies for $15.44 with Subscribe & Save, which works out to $0.43 each. It's easy to cancel Subscribe & Save once your order has shipped by going to the "Your Account" page.

Through 10 a.m. PDT, you can also get a Lightning Deal on GoGo SqueeZ ApplePeach - pay $27.53 for 48 pouches, or $0.57 each. Both of these would be great for school lunches and snacks on the go. 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!

Recycle Bank has added some new rewards, including a free McCafe Latte from McDonald's for just 75 points, and a free salad with the purchase of a Happy Meal for just 50 points. You can easily earn free points by clicking on the Earn tab, and taking the MillerCoors quiz, going to "Saw Us On Television", and referring friends. Thank you if you join(ed) Recycle Bank using my referral link!

Bargain Briana explains how to protect your privacy from companies you've liked on Facebook.

Wild for Wags has some moneymaking scenarios at Walgreens this week.

Register for the Silk 10-Day Challenge, answer a few question, and get a printable coupon for $2/1 Silk Soymilk. (Via The Frugal Find.)

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  • At 3/22/11, 7:27 AM, Anonymous flybigd said…

    Thanks for the tip about the free latte from Recyclebank. I just completed the offer and got 30 more points while I was on their site. Looking forward to my coffee! I also received my first issue of Everyday Food magazine, which came free courtesy of them as well. Yay free stuff!

  • At 3/27/11, 6:01 PM, Blogger Chief Family Officer said…

    @flybigd - Oh, I didn't know about the magazine subscriptions. I used to have Everyday Food, it's great!


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