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Thanksgiving Coupon Codes

Posted on Monday, September 27th, 2010 at 8:39 am
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Thanksgiving deals

Thanksgiving deals

Can you believe that the Thanksgiving Day coupon codes are already coming in? I try to look at this as a good thing. After all, it will give me a head start to the holidays. Anything I can do know will mean that there is less chaos and more enjoyment later.

Here are the two Thanksgiving coupon codes that are available right now.

CCBerries – Save $6 on 2 dozen Thanksgiving Chocolate Covered Strawberries.
Expires: 12/01/2010


OneTravel – Thanksgiving weekend Travel deals – Save $25, $10 Instantly Plus $15 Coupon.
Expires: 11/25/2010
Use Coupon Code: TURKEY15

We usually have Thanksgiving at our house. Last year I really did it up with a nicely decorated table, but I pretty much ignored the rest of the house. I’m hoping to add some more fall seasonal touches this year, especially ones that focus on thankfulness.

Before I get to that, I did see one more thing to add to the table this year. These cute Pumpkin cookies. Both the adults and the kids will love them, and it will save me from having to bake something–one more thing off of the list.

Cherry Moon Farms – Free Hand-Decorated Pumpkin Cookie with any order through this link.
Expires: 11/30/2010

The Domestications store has some nice home decor stuff for the fall. A lot of it is already on clearance! There is a $10 coupon code available as well.

Save $10 off orders of $50 or more at Domestications – Enter code D9AAFFF10 at checkout.

Exclusively Home also has a good coupon code available. Check out the open box sale under categories.

Exclusively Home – $10 off $100+ inmodern order.

Use Coupon Code: 619001

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