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  • Disney Store: [Clothing & Accessories] Free Lunch Tote with purchase of a backpack.
  • dELiAs: [Apparel] 20% Off Entire Purchase w/ Coupon DTWENTY + Printable
  • Bargain Catalog Outlet: [Apparel] 20% Off $20 or More Purchase w/ Coupon BC19988
  • Entertainment

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  • Buydig: [Digital Camera] Kodak 12MP Digital Camera – Red for $68.49 w/ Free Shipping
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  • Food

  • Amazon.com: [Food] Save up to 40% on PG Tips Tea
  • Welchs: [Grocery] $1.50 Off One Welch’s Healthy Start Juice w/ Printable Coupon
  • Health and Beauty

  • Bath & Body Works: [Health and Beauty] 14 Anti-Bacterial Hand Soaps for $32 with Free Shipping
  • Perfumania: [Beauty] Perfumania sale: Up to 90% off + free shipping
  • Home

  • Oneida: [Cookware, Bakeware, Gadgets and more] Kitchenware Top 20 Sale
  • SpaLook.com: [Skin Care] 25% off All Kinerase + Free Gift with Purchase, and Other Offers
  • Red Envelope: [Personalized Gifts] 20% Off Entire Purchase Sale Event
  • Home Depot: [Bath] 50% Off 24 Select Bath Items w/ Coupon SDBA76815
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    1. pecan 3.14159265 says:

      I hate that you have to download the coupon printer program to get the Welch’s coupon.

      • mianne prays her parents outlive the TSA says:

        Pretty much means I’m not going to bother.. As it is, it seems like you only get about a 1-in-4 shot at having a store accept a printed coupon anyway. I’m not going to install a bunch of crappy spyware only to risk being looked at like a con artist for using a legitimate coupon.

        I’ll cut it out of the paper or they can mail one to me, otherwise no thanks.