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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Morning Coffee: (Short) Amazon eBooks Sale

Today only, Amazon is having a sale on Kindle eBooks - over 600 books are $0.99 to $2.99. The sale includes one of my classic favorites, The Millionaire Next Door - when I read it over ten years ago, it showed me that a key component to wealth is frugality, and that understanding has shaped my financial life ever since. has some new coupons, including $1/1 Smuckers Sugar-free or Low-sugar Fruit Spreads, and $10/1 Futuro Custom Fit Supports (redeemable at select CVS and Rite Aid locations), plus I'm now seeing the $0.75/2 Ball Park Franks coupon. There are reports of a $0.50/1 Frank's Red Hot sauce coupon, which could be free if your store doubles and there's a good sale.

CellfireThere are a few new coupons at Cellfire, including $0.60/1 7-UP or Diet 7-UP 2-liter or 12-pack, $0.60/1 Canada Dry seltzer water 12-pack, and $0.50/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Mozart is my favorite composer, and right now, you can get 99 Must-Have Mozart Masterpieces for $1.99 at Amazon. (Via Centsable Momma.)

Target has updated their coupon policy, and Totally Target has a nice summary - the big change relates to B1G1 coupons.

You can use the printable coupon for $1/5 Powerade 32-oz to get 5 bottles for $0.40 each after coupons and ECB at CVS next week.

Update: This offer is apparently advertised in the weekly ad but I don't see it in my SoCal ad was sent via email to selected ECB cardholders, and I Heart CVS reports that it won't be available in NY and CT. Speaking of CVS, there are reports that you can get a coupon at the scanner for a $0.99 Pepsi or Diet Pepsi 12-pack today only.

As I mentioned over at Facebook yesterday, there are some new printable Right@Home coupons, including $1/1 Shout, which you can use to get the travel size for free at stores like Target.

Freebies 4 Mom has a list of codes that you can use to get 7 free Blockbuster Express rentals before Friday.

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