Today’s Deals: Motor Oil, Cookbooks, Printer Paper

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I subscribe to the promotional emails of hundreds of companies so you don’t have to. I sift through 1,000 deal-touting emails every week. Most are worthless. But some offer valuable coupons, promo codes, sales and freebies — which I collect and organize.

Note: Expiration dates are in brackets and special instructions are in parentheses.

Books

Office and school

  • Printer paper: $25 off a $50 purchase of 10-ream boxes at Office Max stores (print first) [7/20].

Personal care

  • Mouthwash: $2 off a 32-ounce or larger bottle of Colgate (print first) [expiration unknown].

Tech

  • iPhone 5: $150 off when you trade up an iPhone 4 or 4S at RadioShack stores [7/13].
  • Movies and TV series: Up to 70 percent off dozens of titles on Blu-ray or DVD at Amazon.com [expiration unknown].

Toys

  • My Little Pony: Free $5 figure with a $10 purchase at Hasbro.com [7/21].

Travel

  • Motor oil: $6 off one five-quart or larger jug of Valvoline’s MaxLife (print first) [expiration unknown].
  • Pep Boys: More than 20 coupons for services and products (print first) [7/31].

Clothing, shoes and accessories

  • Swarovski jewelry and accessories: 50 percent off online [expiration unknown].
  • Vera Bradley accessories: Up to 60 percent off during the Summer Sale online [7/8]. Shipping is free if you spend $75, and a beach towel is free if you spend $100.

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