Daily Archive: Thursday, September 29, 2016

Amazon: Meccano Mountain Rally Model Set 37% Off

Meccano Mountain Rally 25 Model Set – $28.48 (List Price: $44.99)

Ebates: Earn 10% Cash Back at Kohl’s (Today only)


Today Only

Ebates is offering 10% cash back at Kohl’s (the normal amount is only 3%)!   For example, if you spend $100, you’ll get $10 of it back.   Don’t miss out!

Here are some additional offers you can stack on:

  • Get $10 Kohls Cash back for every $50 spent (exp. 10/2)
  • Get an extra 15% off one time when you sign up for mobile Sale Alerts (just text SAVE24 to 56457)

Related: Ebates Overview

Save Money on Halloween Costumes

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Costumes as low as $2!

 + Get 40% off any single item with promo code PUMPKIN at checkout!


Costumes and Props at HalloweenExpress.com (Up to 50% Off)


Disney Frozen Elsa Enchanted Evening Dress

Select Disney Princess Costumes are just $9.99 (reg. $39.99) 

+ they come with a FREE gift of your choice (up to a $19.99 value)!

+ Kohl’s text message subscribers can use the code SMS1871 to save an additional 15% off your purchase, making the costume just $8.49 after applying the code. 


$8.99 Costume Blowout Sale


Toddler Cookie Deluxe Costume - One Size Fits Most

BOGO 50% off Adult, Kid, Baby + Toddler Costumes + Accessories (exp. 10/8/2016)


Kids’ Costumes So Cute it’s Scary at Walmart.com!

Red Power Ranger Dino Charge Toddler Muscle Dress Up / Halloween CostumeCuddly Cub Infant Halloween Costume

Pampers Rewards: 15 Free Points

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(Exp. 10/2)

Pizza Calculator

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Have you ever wondered whether it is cheaper to get 2 medium pizzas vs. 1 large pizza?

Pizza Calculator is here to help.

The calculator requires from you minimum effort. Simply type in the diameter, price and number of smaller pizzas and repeat it for larger pizza(s) you’re considering. Tool will show you the total area and price of each and how they compare against each other, expressed as a percentage. If you just want to compare the sizes you’re free to skip the prices – tool will work either way.

As a general rule of thumb, a larger pizza is usually a better deal.


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