Morning Deals

    Clothing
  • Bloomingdale’s: [Apparel] New Bloomingdale’s Coupon Code 20% off + $100 Gift Credit w/ $500 Purchase
  • 6pm.com: [Shoes] 6PM Unlisted by Kenneth Cole Men’s Shoes $14.95
  • Coldwater Creek : [Apparel] $30 Off $100 Purchase w/ Coupon NKA9439

  • Lands’ End: [Men's Apparel] Lands’ End Men’s Overstocks: Deals from $4 + free shipping
  • eBags: [Bags] 25% off 1 Item Tuesday Only

    Computers and Electronics
  • Lenovo: [Laptop] Lenovo ThinkPad T500 Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 2.4GHz 15.4in Laptop w/ Windows 7 $662.15
  • Newegg: [LCD HDTV] Samsung 32-inch LCD HDTV only $430 Shipped
  • Buy.com: [Data Back-up] 2TB USB & eSATA GreenDrive $160 & Free Shipping

  • Best Buy : [TV] Dynex 26″ LCD 720p HDTV for $249.99 + $31.22 Shipping
  • Walmart : [Printer] Lexmark Wireless All-in-One Printer for $59 + $0.97 Shipping
  • NewEgg: [HDTV] LG 42LH40 42-inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV $699.99 + free shipping

  • HP: [Laptop] HP dm3t 13.3-inch LED ULV Windows 7 Laptop $575 + free shipping
  • NewEgg: [HDTV] Auria 24-inch 1080p LCD HDTV $250 + free shipping
  • Amazon: [Blu-ray] LG BD 370 Network Blu-ray Player + 3 FREE Blu-ray Movies (choose from 32 titles) $148 + free shipping

  • Entertainment

  • Walmart: [Video Game] Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Preorder (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) w/ $20 Walmart or Amazon Credit $59.82
  • Eastern Mountain Sports: [Sporting Goods] Eastern Mountain Sports up to 40% off Storewide + FREE $25 Gear Bucks w/ $100 Purchase
  • Amazon : [Game] Free Ricochet Computer Game (Download)

  • Warner Bros. Online Shop: [Gaming & Toys] WBshop.com Pre-Holiday Sale: Up to 50% off, free shipping w/ $30+
  • Amazon: [DVD] Up to $120 off Family Guy, Simpsons, King of the Hill, American Dad, Futurama

  • Health and Beauty

  • CVS Pharmacy : [Health] 20% Off Entire Purchase w/ Coupon 2DAY20
  • Walgreens : [Health] $5 Off $25 Purchase w/ Coupon – Printable
  • Bath and Body Works : [Skincare] 20% Off Entire Purchase w/ Coupon TWENTYOFF

  • PlanForYourHealth.com: [Book] Navigating Your Health Benefits For Dummies – FREE

  • Home

  • Sears : [Tools] Craftsman Combo Kit w/ Power Drill + Trim Saw + Work Light + Vacuum for $79.99 + $8.20 Shipping
  • Brylane Home : [Cookware] 10-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set for $20.99 w/ Coupon BHBREWARD + $7.99 Shipping
  • Walmart: [Kitchen] Rubbermaid 24-Piece Easy Find Storage Set for $10 + $4 s&h

  • Miscellaneous

  • Coinstar: Free $10 gift card by mail when you convert at least $40 into a gift card or eCertificate. At “participating machines only,” but we can’t tell how you might determine ahead of time which machines participate. (Thanks to John!)

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  1. Truthie says:

    As a public service announcement I would like everyone to know that Unlisted shows are usually of very poor quality and are much less likely than other brands to be comfortable.

    So at $15 you will get what you pay for.

  2. Admiral_John says:

    I’ve never understood the allure of Coinstar… you pay close to 10% to have this machine count your money for you. I have a jar at home that probably has close to $200 in change in it and yeah, it’ll take some time to count but I’d rather do that then lose $20 of it.

    • Chris Walters says:

      @wchamilton: Agreed, and I wouldn’t have posted it except that Coinstar no longer charges a fee if you convert your change to a gift card. So, if you were planning on spending your change at (for example) Amazon in the first place, now it’s not a money-losing solution to use Coinstar.

    • Oranges w/ Cheese says:

      @wchamilton: Unless you have a machine that will automatically roll them up for you most banks won’t take change… so for some people its the only option. A small fee isn’t that bad – especially when you’re only counting ~$20 in change.

    • samurailynn says:

      @wchamilton: I do the Amazon gift card thing as well. There are some household items that I can’t buy anywhere near where I live, so I buy them from Amazon. Plus, I’ve looked around, and I can’t find anywhere to buy coin wrappers and all the banks around here now use machines that wrap their coins in plastic, so they don’t have paper wrappers on hand to give out.

  3. ElizabethD says:

    Walmart Rubbermaid deal has expired.

  4. DoubleEcho says:

    Lenovo deal is expired. Too bad too, that’s a nice discount.

  5. EarlNowak says:

    @GitEmSteveDave_OverSleptThisMorn: Commerce, TD, some Capital Ones, all have coin counters.

    My local capital one is free for accountholders, or an 8% fee for the public. Beats coinstar, though the lines are longer.