10 Great Deals to Start Your Week

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Free Kid's Meal at Chili's: Print a coupon for a free kid's meal at Chili's when you purchase an adult entree. This coupon is only good today (Dec. 20). Limit two free kid's meals per adult entree purchased.

Free Lip Item at Bath & Body Works: Get a free lip item of your choice (up to $8 value) when you purchase any item at Bath & Body Works. This coupon expires December 24, 2010. You can also still get a free item (up to $13 value) with any $10 purchase.

Free Tickets to Six Flags for Teachers and Students: Read to Succeed is offering free tickets to Six Flags theme parks for students (grades K through 6) who complete six hours of recreational, nonschool-related reading. Teachers are also eligible to earn a free ticket.

Get a $50 iTunes Gift Card for $40: Best Buy has $50 iTunes gift cards available for only $40 with free shipping.

Get Kellogg's Cereal Coupons: There are a number of high-value Kellogg's Cereal printable coupons available on Coupons.com. Pair these with a sale for a great deal on cereal.

Free Yoplait Yogurt: Sign up to receive a coupon for a free cup of Yoplait Original yogurt.

Get $5 Off at Olive Garden: Buy two entrees at Olive Garden and get $5 off. This coupon expires January 23, 2011.

Free $5 Credit at Eversave: Register for the Eversave Daily Deal emails by Dec. 31, and you will get a free $5 credit added to your account. This credit can be used towards any deal offered on Eversave.com.

Get $3.50 off Excedrin coupon: Request to have a $3.50 off Excedrin PM coupon sent to you by mail.

Free Downloadable Christmas Music: Sign up to receive a download of 10 free Piano Christmas Songs from X5Music. Amazon is also offering 25 days of free Christmas music downloads and you can get a free download of the entire VeggieTales album, The Incredible Singing Christmas Tree.

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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