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Today's deals cover clothes and shoes for the whole family and a little of bit of almost everything, from diapers to cleansers.

Thanks to Memorial Day sales, you can find just about anything at a discount this weekend…

Clothing and accessories

Children: Whether the kids need tanks, tees, shorts, or leggings, it’s all  just $5 at The Children’s Place stores and online [expires 5/30]. Shipping is also free, so you may as well buy online and save on gas too.

Men and women: Money Talks News founder Stacy Johnson says that the best way to save money on clothing is to sell the clothes you no longer wear (check out tip No. 1 here). Well, the Gap must have been listening. They’ve partnered with Goodwill to help shoppers clean out their closets, save money on some new clothes, and support a good cause all in one stop. So, if you bring in a clothing donation to your local store, you’ll save 30 percent off your entire Gap purchase [5/29].

While you’re at the mall, you may also want to stop by American Eagle Outfitters. They’ll also take 30 percent off your entire AE purchase in stores as well as online (with code 82934281) [5/30].

Women: If you like Ann Taylor clothing but find it a bit out of your price range, now’s a great time to stop there too. Full-price Ann Taylor summer styles are 40 percent off in stores and online [“limited time”]. That includes tees, capris, shorts, shoes, and even jewelry. But if that doesn’t bring their clothing close enough to your price range, head to the sale section, because you can take an extra 40 percent off already-reduced Ann Taylor styles in stores and online (code EXTRA40) [“limited time”].

Shoes

Women: At Sears.com, take 15 percent off all women’s shoes and score free shipping (with code WOMENSSHOES15) [expires 5/28].

Men, women, children: At Payless, take 20 percent off your entire purchase in stores (coupon) and online (code 47010) [5/30].

Electronics and media

Do you know a student who needs a new computer and wouldn’t mind a free XBOX? Well, Dell’s got just the deal for you. When you buy certain Dell computers for $699 and up, they’ll toss in a free XBOX 360 bundle [expiration unknown].

Staples has several great HP coupons for this weekend. They’re all good in stores (with coupon) or online (with the code on the coupon) [5/28]:

Lastly, you can download six free MP3s from The Biggest Loser Workout Mix [expiration unknown].

Health and beauty

Bath & Body Works has a great deal this weekend. Get three free Signature Collection body care items when you buy three – that’s up to $88 in free products – in stores and online [expires 5/30].

If you don’t need a stockpile, take 20 percent off one item at Ulta Beauty stores (with coupon) or online (with code 64450) [5/28].

Food

On Memorial Day, take half off any Boston Market family meal purchase (with coupon) [5/30 only].

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