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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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You can get a $5 credit to Amazon Video on Demand when you register a compatible device.

You must register your device before March 21st, 2012. Compatible devices include: Amazon Instant Video-compatible Vizio HDTVs and Blu-ray players, Samsung HDTVs, Panasonic HDTVs and Blu-ray players, and Roku streaming players.

If you are looking for an instant streaming device, I love the Roku. You can get the Roku 2 HD for $69.99 shipped. It is great for streaming movies, Netflix, Pandora, Facebook and more!

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    • Faerybreath

      Love my  Roku too!

    • Boo

      we bought the Sony off of Amazon for 49.99 shipped. Love it

    • Kelly

      I have a question related to the Amazon credit – not too long ago, we completed the deal where when you registered for the Instant Video, you received a $5 credit; however, we cannot find that credit. We watched a movie the other night, only to find out that we were charged for it – the credit wasn’t used. Help?

      • Anonymous

        Kelly, I’ve never used Video on Demand credit before. However, if it’s like the free MP3 credit that you can earn when you buy a CD, you only have a certain amount of days to use it.  I bought a CD for a Christmas gift and earned $1 MP3 credit.  I have until the end of January to use it….or lose it!  I’ve had to write myself a reminder otherwise I forget all about it. 

    • Linzilu22

      Do you all use the Roku in place of satellite/cable? If so, is there very much free content and what is the pricing like on everything else?

      • Anonymous

        We LOVE our Roku and have officially kicked cable to the curb.  We will be saving $100 a month.  We pay $8/month for Netflix, $8/month for Hulu Plus and $40 a year for a student upgrade Amazon prime membership which gives us access to some free Amazon Video streaming.  That $20 or so a month is hugely better than what we were paying before.  There is a good amount of free content on top of that as well.  We even watch the Today Show for free everyday.  The only thing that the Roku does not do well is sports other than MLB and NBA which are both paid subscriptions.  However, my husband just bought some sort of cord that connects our computer to the TV, so we can stream sports through ESPN3, network websites, etc.

        Sorry for the long ramble, but I am a HUGE proponent of the Roku.  Worth every single penny since it will save us 10,000 pennies every month!

        • Linzilu22

          Thank you for you response! We are going to give it a try!