10 Great Deals to Start Your Week

Free Sample of Earth's Best Organic Formula:
If you have a Facebook account, you can request a free sample of Earth's Best Organic Formula. You can also get three free samples of Parent's Choice formula.

Get $3 Off Huggies Diapers Coupon: Print a coupon good for $3 off Huggies Pure & Natural Diapers. If you have a Rite Aid store nearby, you can use this coupon to get three packages of diapers for $6.95 out of pocket.

Free Box of Mini Kleenex Tissues: Fill out your information at the Kleenex site and then fill in a friend's information to send them a free mini box of Kleenex tissues.

Free Produce at Target: Target just released a coupon good for $1 off any $1 or more purchase of produce. They are also offering some valuable apparel coupons.

Free Ester-C Gummies Vitamins sample: Sign up for a free sample of Ester-C Gummies vitamins.

Save 30 Percent at Old Navy, Gap and Banana Republic: Save 30 percent on any online order at Old Navy, Gap or Banana Republic when you use coupon code SAVEBIG. This offer ends Oct. 5, 2010.

Free $40 Photo Book: New Picaboo customers can get a free 8x8 Photo Book ($40 value) when using coupon code 1FBLGB-7W at checkout. You can also get a purse-sized photo book from Walgreens for only $2.99 through Oct. 6, 2010.

Free Curel Sensitive Skin Remedy Sample: Request a free sample of Curel Sensitive Skin Remedy.

Be a Product Tester for Sprout Organic Baby Food: If you have a child between the ages of zero to nine months, you can apply to be a product tester for Sprout Organic Baby Food. If accepted, you will receive free baby food to use and provide feedback on.

Free Natural and Organic Samples: Sign up for the Savvy Sampler program to get free samples of natural and organic products to try.

Crystal Paine, bargain-finder extraordinaire, is also known as Money Saving Mom. Check out more deals at MyDaily.

Editor's note: All of these deals were verified at press time. Please keep in mind that they could be discontinued at any time without notice.

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