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Take $1 off a Boston Market half-chicken meal (with printable coupon) [expires 6/14], $1 off any Boston Market entree salad (printable coupon) [7/5], and $1 off any $10-plus purchase at Boston Market (printable coupon) [7/9].
Rather eat in? Download a free e-copy of Martha Stewart’s “Summer Grilling Cookbook 2010.”
Women: Tees and tank tops are three for $35 at Loft stores and online [expiration unknown]. The full price is $14.50 to $29.50, which means you could save up to 60 percent. If you need some bottoms to go with those tops, shorts and cropped pants are buy-one-get-one-free at The Limited [expiration unknown].
Children: At The Children’s Place, clothing for newborns, babies, and toddlers starts at $5 [expiration unknown].
For the home
Save $10 on $25-plus purchases at Yankee Candle Company stores (with printable coupon) and online (with coupon code SNBRB) [expires 7/10]. That’s up to 40 percent off, but you can save even more if you apply it to Yankee Candle’s Jar-normous Sale [expiration unknown].
At The Home Depot, find “special buys” on ceiling fans in stores and online [expiration unknown].
At Overstock.com, a few dozen items – mostly linens – are half off and ship for free [expiration unknown].
Certain full-price baby items are 20 percent off at Toys R Us stores (with printable coupon) [6/11].
Save up to 50 percent on eyeglasses and sunglasses that are made with your prescription at LensCrafters [6/12].