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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Morning Coffee: On the mend

I'm feeling much better, which is good news because that means the Ralphs deals will post later today!

Daily deal site Groupon is offering a voucher for 2 regular subs or salads at Quiznos for $6 ($12.98 value). The Groupon is redeemable at "any Quiznos location that accepts Groupons," but the locator doesn't show which locations accept Groupons so I recommend calling ahead. Don't forget to go through a shopping portal like Mr. Rebates to get 8% cash back or Swag Bucks to get 90 Swag Bucks (according to my math, you'll get $0.48 back from Mr. Rebates or equivalent of $1 if you redeem your Swag Bucks for a $5 Amazon certificate). Thank you if you join(ed) Groupon using my referral link!

Speaking of Quiznos, you can still get four printable coupons for a free sub of equal or less value WYB any sub and a regular fountain drink; a free chip or cookie and regular fountain drink WYB regular salad or sub, 2 meals for $9.99 (subs, drinks & chips/cookies), and $1 off a regular sub or $2 off a large sub. has a coupon for $1/1 Revlon beauty tool that you should print now, then use next week with the $1/1 Revlon Tweezers coupon in the August Walgreens IVC booklet (found with the weekly ads in store) to get tweezers for less than $1 (reportedly as low as $0.49, but prices at the stores I go to are invariably higher). has some new coupons that you can load onto your shopper's card - it's General Mills products again, including Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks, Bisquick, Totino's, cereals, bars, and Yoplait.

Get two free issues of Family Circle via Value Mags. I've ordered from them before without issue; no credit card info is required, and there's a box you can check to avoid getting email from them.

If you attend Weight Watchers meetings, check your weekly pamphlet for a coupon for $3 off $15 purchase at CVS. Thanks, Aliza!

For the Mommas reports that Rite Aid is no longer offering the printable coupon for $3 off a $15 purchase when you take the survey offer at the end of some receipts.

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  • At 7/27/11, 7:43 AM, Anonymous Benjamin said…

    That's a pretty good offer through Quiznos! I'm just angry that I didn't think of starting a site like Living Social or Groupon myself!

    I hear these companies are now estimated to be worth $Billions.

    Oh well...

    Glad you're feeling better!


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