10 Great Deals to Start Your Week

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Free Box of Special K Cereal: Register for a coupon for a free box of Special K cereal when you purchase another box.

Free Beverage at Peet's Coffee & Tea:
Get a free beverage at Peet's Coffee & Tea when you purchase another beverage. This coupon expires January 18, 2011.

Free Children's Reading Program: During the month of January, you can download the entire two-year Funnix Children's Reading Program for free. This program retails for $249.

Get $5 Off at T.G.I. Friday's: Print a coupon for $5 off a $15 or more purchase at T.G.I. Friday's. This coupon is good through January 13, 2011.

Four Free Budgeting Resources: If you're hoping to get your finances in order in 2011, here are four free budgeting downloads and resources to help you out.

Free $50 from ING: Sign up for a free checking account from ING and use your Electric Orange debit card to make three signature (non-PIN) purchases in the first 45 days. On day 50, you will receive a $50 bonus in your account.

Get 20 Percent Off Clearance at Payless Shoesource: Get 20 percent off any order from Payless Shoesource (including clearance) with coupon code 41234. Choose to have your order shipped to your local store to get free shipping.

Free Samples of Post-It Durable Tabs: Sign up for free samples of Post-It Durable Tabs.

Get 10 Free Photo Postcards: Send 10 free Photo Postcards from CellphonePostacards using photos from your phone or computer. Shipping is free, too.

Free Hot Beverage at Pilot Travel Centers: Print a coupon for a free 16-ounce coffee, cappuccino, hot chocolate or hot tea at Pilot Travel Centers or Flying J locations. This coupon expires February 28, 2011.

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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