Hot Cyber Deals This Weekend & PG Coupons
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Hot Cyber Deals This Weekend & PG Coupons

Posted on Friday, November 27th, 2009 at 7:32 pm
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Well, are you shopped out from Black Friday yet?  Or have you decided to stay home and shop from your cozy computer?

Having done Black Friday shopping in previous years, this year is my year to do my shopping online.  There are wonderful deals that continue to be available.

For the regular things that you do there are always coupons, and this Sunday is no exception.  Usually there are no coupon inserts the Sunday after Thanksgiving, but this year P&G Brandsaver will have an insert.  I have not seen a preview, so I will upload our weekly list when I have it.

Here are some of the really sweet online deals.  Most of these are today only, or subject to change, so be sure you catch them early.

Don’t forget – when you shop at Kohl’s either in store or online, you get the same $10 Kohl’s cash for every $50 you spend.

6Pm.com $9.95 Nine West footwear and accessories.

SpaFinder.com – 15% off a second gift certificate when you buy one at full price.

ToysRUs.com – Board games $6.99 each.

Things From Another World (comics, sci fi)  20 to 60% off, with new doorbusters promised for Cyber Monday.

Vistaprint – 75% off all holiday cards.

Toshiba.com Up to 25% off laptops, and extras

Macy’s.com 50% off all Lenox Christmas Ornaments

Walgreens.com 50 photo prints for $5

Travelocity – $25 off Weekly rentals with Alamo Car Rental

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