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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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Here are some of my favorite national and local daily deals for today.

The Blockbuster Express Kiosk deal is still running on Groupon, making 5 movie rentals $2.

On Eversave today there is a fun membership offer to thredUP. This online company focuses on trading boxes of gently used kids clothing so that you are not always having to buy clothes that your children quickly grow out of.

Groupon Deals

Clothing & Accessories

Salt Lake City– $125 of eco-friendly bags from The Hemptress for $60.
Milwaukee– $100 of women’s clothing and accessories from Twigs for $50.
Long Island
– $100 of women’s clothing and accessories from Lonnys.com for $50. (free shipping!)

Tallahassee– $60 of jewelry from i declare! for $30.
– Customized shirts, bags, or burp cloths from Joys of Thread for $5.

Cincinnati-$50 of custom-made shirts and personalized gifts from CafePress for $25. (Applies to shipping!)

Photo & Wall Art Deals

San Angelo– 8×8 softcover photo book from A&I for $10.
Athens– 70×53 photo blanket from PhotoWeavers for $64. (free shipping!)

Harrisburg- $100 worth of memory preservation from ScanDigital for $40.
– $75 of digital photo scans from ScanCafe for $25.
Albany– 16×20 photo canvas from Canvas on Demand for $45. (free shipping!)

Spokane– $40 of custom sticker decals from Hydra Creations for $18.
– 4′ x 1′ panoramic wall mural from Larger Than Life Prints for $35. (free shipping!)

Food & Beverages Deals

Phoenix– $20 of chocolate from Chocolate.com for $10.  (Applies to shipping!)
– $39 of organic coffee from The Bean Coffee Company for $19.
Baltimore– $30 of cakes and more from Smith Island Baking Company for $15.

Midland– $25 of teas and tea accessories from Tea District for $12.
Kansas City
– $35 of sweets from Fancy Fortune for $15.
– $15 of oils, herbs, and more from Sweetwater Growers for $7.

Other Groupon Deals

Wilmington-Newark– 5 movies from any Blockbuster Express kiosk for just $2.
Discovery flight package from Pilot Journey for $75.

Chicago– Pair of noise-canceling headphones from ProTravelGear.com for $99.
North Jersey
– 15 issues from Food & Wine magazine for $12.
– Name a star after someone from Name A Star Live for $14.

Living Social Deals

Raleigh– Hot Air Balloon Ride from R.O. Franks Aviation Company for $125.
Charlotte– 3 laser hair removal sessions from Satin Med Spa for $139.

– 90-minute circus arts fitness class from Circus Arts Institute for $21.
Chattanooga– Climbing pass for 4 from Urban Rocks Gym for $34.

Greenville– 6-mile river tour from Big Creek Expeditions for $35.
Savannah– 3 laser hair removal sessions from Allure Laser Care for $85.

– 4-hour boat party for 6 from Charleston Coastal Excursions for $199.
Nashville– Teeth-whitening treatment from Embassy Dental for $159.

Eversave Daily Deals

Worcester – $50 or aromatic, tasty snacks from Olomomo Nut Co. for $25.

Atlanta – Box of pre-loved kids clothes and PRO membership to thredUP for $20.

    • if you were already going to get the laser treatments, it's worth it, but after looking at their site, they're one of the more expensive places I've seen, and they even admit you'd need 6 most likely… just not worth it.
      also, with the Blockbuster deal, do you have to get all 5 at the same time?

      • Kpedwards

        no, they give you 5 different codes to use

    • Gamego71

      Does anyone else use Thred Up? I'm curious about it but not sure how I would like it since you can't see pictures of the clothes and the shipping alone seems pretty expensive.

      • Kpedwards

        I did it once because I got some deal through a daily deal website to get a box for $1. It's great for $1, but there's no way I'd pay $15.95 for a box of clothes with no pictures. Some of them have pics, but not all of them. My box had a couple of good items, but the rest really looked like hand me downs. Also, the box was supposed to have size 4, and there were several size 3. To me, you should just save your money and watch for sales/clearance than wasting it on this site.

      • Lucy

        I have to agree with the other person – I think it's a rip off! $15.95 is a box of used clothes, no pictures. For this money, you can go to the store and get even brand name stuff. There is no way I would pay $16 for used stuff. And like the other person said – watch for clearance/sales/end of season. Even if you need something and it's not on sale, find coupons and get it cheaper. But yea, just like with groceries, you gotta buy clothes at the right time! Last year I went to Childrens Place after New Years, and bought an entire winter wardrobe for my daughter for next year for $30 (yes, including shoes, a Christmas dress, accessories, playwear, etc. etc. etc.)

        • Lucy

          Oh yea, and check Kohls. I bought a few Carters and Oshkosh things for 80-90% off in the last couple of days.

    • Do you have to live in the state and/city where these deals are offered?

    • millicent

      Thank you for posting this each week (or however often!). I appreciate it!!

    • Mjluko

      Does anyone know if the Blockbuster deal is, or will be, linked to Swag Bucks? Thanks.

    • Pammy N

      Just wanted to say thanks for posting. I am now able to order Tshirts for my Son's 1st Bday! THANK YOU FOR HELPING MAKE HIS DAY SUPER SPECIAL!!!! (((((HUG)))))