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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Midmorning Coffee: Plants vs Zombies!

Amazon's free Android app of the day is one of my favorite PopCap games, Plants vs. Zombies - it's a $2.99 value and gets 4 out of 5 stars in 140 reviews. Note that it's a wifi-only download, probably because it's a large file.

Get a printable coupon for $0.70/1 Kellogg's Corn Pops.

CellfireThere are new coupons at Cellfire - it's some of the usual General Mills coupons (Yoplait, Cinnamon Toast Crunch), but also some new ones like Canada Dry and 7-Up.

Amazon's Instant Video $0.99 rental of the day is Country Strong with Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim McGraw and gets 4 out 5 stars in 66 reviews. 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!

If you love EOS lip balm and are running low, you can get your fix at Amazon - an 8-pack is $15.91 with Subscribe & Save, or just $1.99 each.

Also at Amazon, you can get a 6-month subscription to Newsweek (27 issues) for just $5, or $0.19/issue (valid today only).

Get $25 off select bridesmaids dresses at Macys with code BM25 (expires 6/15). If you need a dressy dress, it's definitely worth a look. Don't forget to go through a shopping portal like Ebates to get back 5% of your purchase.

Get a free Kindle download of Little Miss Mary and The Big Monster Makeover, a children's book.

You can also get a free Kindle download of Still Life With Murder, a mystery novel that gets 4 1/2 out of 5 stars in 32 reviews.

Get a printable coupon for up to two free kid's meals with the purchase of an adult entree at Chili's, valid today only.

Totally Target has some updates on this week's Target deals.

Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Terra Chips. (Via Pink Coupon Cafe and Coupon Geek.)

Jenny Lee Photography has tips for throwing a Lego Ninjago party. (Via Like Merchant Ships.)

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  • At 6/2/11, 10:19 PM, Anonymous Reliable Marketer said…

    This game ends up being much more like a puzzle than it is like a shooter game or a level transgressor game. Instead you’re doing castle defense, where your castle is your neighborhood home and your archers and swordsmen are your sunflowers and your pea pod shooters.

  • At 6/3/11, 6:52 AM, Blogger Chief Family Officer said…

    @RM - Interesting. I couldn't download it (my phone must be too old since I bought it early last year) and I LOVE the online version so that's good to know. Thank you!


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