Presidents Day Sales
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Presidents Day Sales

Posted on Monday, February 16th, 2009 at 5:57 am
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If you have been putting off your shopping because the after holiday sales have faded out, now may just be the time to take a new look at the deals. There are a lot of Presidents Day sales today. Some of these sales will run all week, while others last just for the one day.

Check under “New Coupons” for the one day deals. Here are some of the highlights.

Olympia Sports is offering 15% off everything, today only.

HP is offering a whopping 50% off products plus free shipping.

Onlineshoes is offering an extra 10% off sale, clearance and apparel today only. is offering $25 gift certificates to great restaurants for only $3. Use the coupon code “PREZ.” That coupon code will also get you 70% off the Dinner of the Month Club.

Shop NHL is offering 20% off everything, today only.

Pfaltzgraff is having a mystery discount sale. You have to click on the link to see the offers.

Dell is offering a number of one day only deals, and they have some deep discounts on desktops and laptops.

Save $185 on Inspiron 518 desktop – just $399 after instant savings.
Save $50 on Inspiron Mini 9
Save $249 on XPS M1330 laptop
Save $220 on Inspiron 1420 laptop
Save $265 on Inspiron 1525 laptop

There are other Presidents Sale Deals available, and I will be adding more throughout the day as they become available!



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