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I’ve subscribed to the promotional emails of 500 companies and brands so that you don’t have to. Every week, I sift through 1,000 deal-touting emails. Most are a waste of time, but a handful offer valuable coupons, promo codes, and sales – which I collect and organize for you here (and here).

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Office and school supplies

  • Office Depot: $10 off a $50-plus purchase in stores (print first) or online (use code 67467494) [9/7].
  • Office Depot: $20 off a $100-plus purchase in stores (print first) or online (use code 97248017) [10/1].
  • Markers: $2 off any eight-pack or larger BIC Mark-It permanent markers (“like” and print first – you can “unlike” right after printing if you want) [9/27, unless it runs out of prints sooner].

Technology

  • Headphones: 50 percent off Philips’ in-ear headset with microphone at RadioShack stores and online [9/10]. Instead of $20, they’re $10.

Free ebooks

  • Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities: Classic literature for Kindle and Nook, originally published in 1859 [expiration unknown].
  • Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre: Classic literature for Kindle and Nook, originally published in 1847 [expiration unknown].
  • Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights: Classic literature for Kindle and Nook, originally published in 1847 [expiration unknown].
  • H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine: Classic literature for Kindle and Nook, originally published in 1895 [expiration unknown].
  • Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Classic literature for Nook, originally published in 1876 [expiration unknown].

Toys

  • Dolls: 25 percent off select Charisma Brands’ Adora dolls at Amazon.com [9/15].
  • Legos: $10 to $40 off $50-plus sets at Toys R Us stores and online [9/10]. If you’re not spending that much, $30-plus online purchases come with a free Harry Potter Trolley, a $5 value.

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