10 Great Deals to Start Your Week

Filed under: Fashion, Music, Giveaways

Free Chick-fil-A Spicy Chicken Biscuit: Sign up to receive a coupon for a free Spicy Chicken Biscuit from Chick-fil-A. There are a limited number of coupons available for each location.

Free $5 Amazon Video on Demand Credit: If you have a Twitter account, you can sign up for a free $5 Video on Demand credit from Amazon.com.

Save $10 off $25 at JCPenney.com: Use coupon code 2BUYMORE at JCPenney.com to get $10 off any purchase of $25 or more. Choose to have your items shipped to your local store and shipping is free.

Free Photo Calendar: Snapfish is offering a coupon code for a free 12-month Photo Calendar when you enter the Disney Sweepstakes. Shipping is around $5.99.

Free Beverage at Starbucks: If you have a Starbucks gift card or received one for Christmas, be sure to register it online. You'll receive a coupon in the mail for a free drink of your choice for your birthday, plus you can earn other rewards. Speaking of Starbucks, you can also get two bags of Starbucks coffee for only $3.25 each shipped from Amazon.com right now.

Buy One, Get One Free at Gap Outlet: Through the end of today (Dec. 27, 2010), Gap Outlet stores are offering Buy One, Get One Free on all items with this coupon.

Get 100 Free MP3 Albums: Amazon.com is currently offering 100 different MP3 albums completely free.

Buy One, Get One Free Little Caesars Pizza: Register to receive a Buy One, Get One Free Pizza coupon from Little Caesars Pizza. This coupon is good through Dec. 28, 2010.

Weight Watchers Magazine for $2.99: Get a subscription to Weight Watchers magazine for only $2.99 per year from Tanga today when you use coupon code WEIGHT at checkout.

Free Sewing Patterns from HomeSpun Threads: HomeSpun Threads is currently offering all 29 of their downloadable patterns for free.

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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