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25% Off Friends and Family Deals

Posted on Thursday, April 30th, 2009 at 4:33 pm
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Lately I have been seeing a lot of friends and family deals out there. These are deals that usually give the same discount to that you might get with a typical employee discount. The discounts are very good, usually about 25 percent off anything.

Yesterday, I was out with my family having dinner at our local pizzeria. Right there on the counter near the door was a stack of red folded cards then when opened revealed two 25 percent off friends and family discount cards. So, keep your eyes out when you are out and about.

Some stores are also doing exclusive friends and family deals online. Take a look below at deals where you can save 25% more. Some of these deals require codes.

Origins Friends and Family

25% Off all Origins products from April 30 to May 5. Plus Free Standard Shipping with any $75 order.

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25% Off Code

Get 25% Off Your Entire Order at JustMySize.com! Use promo code: 611232 at checkout. Valid 4.29.09 through 4.30.09.

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Macy’s Friends & Family Code

Take 25% off or 10% off Small Electrics, Personal Care Electrics, Technology, Furniture, Mattresses, and Area Rugs during the Friends & Family Sale at macys.com! Receive Free Shipping on $99 Purchase. Enter MACYSFRIEND at checkout. Offer Valid 29-Apr-09 through 4-May-09.

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