Friday’s Deals: Clothing, Meds, Party Supplies, and Free Tacos

Every week, I pore over more than 1,000 deal-touting emails from major companies. Most aren’t worth your time, but a handful are. Below are coupons, codes, and sales that are the best of what’s out there today: I’ve done the work so you don’t have to!

Supplies for partying, painting, playing, and praying:

Health and beauty:

Food:

  • Boston Market:$4 off any $20-plus carry-out order – which is up to 20 percent off (with printable coupon) [6/28]. You can place carry-out orders by phone or online (with coupon code 35945), but either way, remember to bring the coupon with you when you pick up your order.
  • Quiznos: $1 off a regular sub or salad or $2 off a large sub (printable coupon) [6/28].
  • Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill: Buy-one-get-one-free entree (printable coupon) [6/28].
  • Taco John’s: Free crispy taco (printable coupon) [7/2]. It’s completely free – no purchase necessary – plus the fine print says “one coupon per visit per customer,” so you can get multiple completely free tacos between now and the expiration date if you print multiple coupons.

Clothing and accessories:

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