Amazon – receive a free $2 MP3 credit with code MOMROCKS, use through 4/22
Origins – Earth Day Deal on April 22: Bring in any empty cosmetics container and exchange it for a FREE full-size Origins moisturizer. (Complete this form too). Thanks Anita! who suggested going early before they run out. Origins counters are located in Macy’s stores at Regency, Chesterfield Towne Center, and Short Pump Town Center
Old Navy – 20% off your next purchase with coupon from Facebook
Record Store Day – “promoting and celebrating the culture of the record store” this Saturday at a number of music stores around town – Richmond.com has more info about what local participants will be doing
Richmond.com also has some Earth Day happenings around Richmond, including free bike tune-ups at Ellwood Thompson’s on Sunday.
Chick-fil-A Short Pump Town Center – For our last Facebook friday for now we wanted to treat you today to one of our NEW Fudge Brownies. This new brownie we just started selling monday no longer has walnuts but instead delicious pieces of semi-sweet chocolate inside. Come in today from 12-3 and say “give me a treat” FREE new brownie. This offer is valid at the Chick-fil-A at Short Pump Mall ONLY and you must be present to receive the brownie.
Midas – Blood Drive this Saturday 8am-4pm – receive a free oil change when you donate a pint of blood (11463 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA
1400 Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA
10160 Hull Street Road, Midlothian, VA)
Great Big Greenhouse – Coupon for 50% off one plant, valid through 4/3 (2051 Huguenot Rd)
Whole Foods – Friday One Day Deal is Champagne Mangos from Mexico 3 for $2 (reg $1.50 each)
Amazon – Free $2 MP3 credit with code HITUMBLR
NEW Special Offer from Ranee Kamens of Simplify Me: $139 for a 3-Hour Closet Audit. Ranee will come to your home and help you sort through your closet, finding great looks for you! More details on the special offer page
Head over to Amazon’s “Amazon Local” site to take advantage of today’s deal: a $10 Amazon gift card for $5!
Limit one per household.
Amazon Local is a daily deal-style site, which is not operating in Richmond yet, but anyone can buy today’s deal.
The Amazon bargains I mentioned in last week’s Weekend Deals? (certain books or albums available for just a quarter) Those are thanks to Amazon price-matching promotions from the new competitor Google Play.
For a week, Google has been offering $.25 deals each day on one ebook, app, album, and movie rental.
“Now your favorite music, books, movies, apps, and games are all in one place that’s accessible from the Web and any Android device. Discover, buy and share like never before.”
Today’s the final day if you want any of the following for $.25:
I have picked up Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain, Own the Night by Lady Antebellum, Mylo Xyloto by Coldplay, The Giver by Lois Lowry, and Guns N’ Roses Greatest Hits for a grand total of $1.25.
While this promotion is ending, the competition between Google and Amazon will probably lead to some more price-matching good deals in the future.
If you need a soundtrack to go along with your holiday decorating, baking, etc. (and get a little tired of the same 10 songs on Lite98), you can beef up your tune collection by downloading a free song each day til Christmas (Update: Amazon wasn’t letting me link directly to the free music page for some reason. Follow the link provided and look for “25 Days of Free Holiday Music” image on the right-hand side of the page.) Currently available are “Ave Maria” (Celtic Woman), “Peace On Earth” (Brian Wilson), and “Adeste Fidelis” by Bing Crosby.
Amazon also has 100 Holiday MP3 Albums for $5 Each. Artists include Mannheim Steamroller, Frank Sinatra, and Amy Grant.
Save $10 on a $100 or more purchase when you pay using your MasterCard PLUS receive a code for $10 off a future $50 or more purchase.
Discount only applies to toys and electronics. Apply savings code ZKGYLEBT at checkout
Welcome to the shopping holiday created for people still wearing pajamas at 9:30 on a Monday morning. (Definitely not me, of course).
What makes a good Cyber Monday sale? I look for a big percentage off sitewide, PLUS free shipping.
For individual deals, I like to watch forums like Slickdeals.net.
Check RetailMeNot for coupon codes to websites.
Here are a few of my favorite deals:
Amazon – Oodles of Lightning Deals for Cyber Monday
Eversave – Pick up a $20 credit for Overstock.com for just $10 (And get free shipping on Overstock through 12/25)
DiscountMags – $6 magazine packs (subscriptions to two magazine titles, such as Taste of Home and Rachel Ray). Use code CYBERMONDAY
Vogue Flowers – Save $20 on any local delivery order today when you download the Floralapp
Remember, shop through cash back websites (Ebates, MrRebates, ShopatHome) to save extra on every online purchase! Many of them are offering higher percentages back today for Cyber Monday (The Entertainment Book deal I posted about through Ebates is available again today)
Have you found any great deals?
Amazon starts celebrating Black Friday early. All week the website will be running special lightning deals (limited time and quantity) and other discounts for Black Friday Deals Week.
You shouldn’t have to stand in a long line to get a great deal. We’re searching for the best Black Friday deals everywhere–including Black Friday deals other stores are planning–so we can meet or beat their prices and bring them to you even earlier. These limited-supply deals will go quickly, but we’ll add new ones throughout the day, every day, so you can skip the long lines and still save a bundle. Plus, subscribe to our deals e-mails to get daily updates.
To keep up, you can bookmark the Black Friday page, install a special browser bar, or follow them on Facebook or Twitter, etc.
If you’re a parent and haven’t already signed up for the Amazon Mom program, you can get a free trial of Amazon Prime which is perfect for holiday shopping because it means FREE two-day shipping with no minimum purchase.
I love the Amazon Black Friday deals, but have to be careful because there are so many tempting offers!
November 1st? Must mean that…
Amazon is gearing up for Black Friday with a Countdown and Lightning Deals, as well as discounts in electronics, movies, toys and more.
There are some good sales on magazines, like Elle, Reader’s Digest, or Seventeen for $5 a year. Entertainment Weekly is $15 a year. (all are auto-renewal, so you’ll need to remember to cancel if you don’t want to be automatically renewed when your subscription runs out)
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