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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Morning Coffee: Overwhelmed by the disaster

Since we live in earthquake country, it's nice to know that the way buildings are built really does help survive an earthquake. But that tsunami, wow, that's terrifying. The video of the water on land in Japan just blows my mind. The Red Cross is accepting donations to help their relief effort in Japan.

Right now, you can get a one-year subscription to Kiplinger's for just $6 at daily deal site Eversave. If you're new to Eversave, you'll get a $2 credit when you join, making it just $4 for a one-year subscription (and thank you if you join(ed) Eversave using my referral link!). If you already have a subscription, just be sure to use the same address and your redemption will be considered a renewal. You can buy up to three Saves, so you can even pick up one or two extra as gifts. has some new (returning) coupons, include $1/1 Jell-O Temptations 3-pack, $2/1 Dove Men+Care deodorant, $1 off 1 lb. or more of Sara Lee service counter deli meat, $3/1 Colace, and $2 off Renu Multipurpose Solution. Links via Logical Media.

Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Ritz Munchables at Smart Source.

Get a printable coupon for $0.50/1 Starkist tuna pouch.

Moneywise Moms has a great recipe for making chicken broth in the slow cooker. The tip about adding in the pureed veggies is pure genius!

Get a printable coupon for $0.50/1 C&H sugar 2-lb+.

Get a free cone at Ben & Jerry's on April 12.

Life as Mom has suggestions on St. Patrick's Day activities to do with the kids.

Get a printable coupon for $0.50/1 Cottonelle bathroom tissue 4-pack+. (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)

Banner via Escalate Media Network

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  • At 3/12/11, 12:32 PM, Anonymous said…

    These coupons are great, but remember: coupons will only save you money if you were planning on buying the product, regardless!

    Otherwise, coupons can inspire you to spend more -- or buy more -- than you otherwise would. (That is, after all, why they're created.)


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