Monday’s Deals: Flat-Screen TVs, Pizza, Detergent, and Free Bowling

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Every week, I study 1,000 deal-touting emails from major companies. Most aren’t worth your time, but a handful offer worthwhile coupons, codes, and sales – those are the ones I collect for you here and display in a deal-seeker-friendly format.

Independence Day sales are still going strong, so if you somehow didn’t like any of the holiday deals I mentioned on Friday or find yourself bored on your Monday off, here’s another handful to check out. Just remember they expire at the end of July 4 unless otherwise noted.

“Sports”:

  • Bowling: Free game of bowling at Brunswick Bowling centers. The fine print says, “a free game of bowling to every person.” So a family of four should be able to score four free games.
  • Foosball: 60 percent off a tabletop foosball game for two or four people at Buy.com [expiration unknown]. Instead of $50, it’s just $20.

Food:

Clothing, shoes, and accessories:

Technology:

  • Circuit City: Save up to hundreds during the 4th of July Celebration Blowout Sale at CircuitCity.com. The sale includes noise-canceling headphones and a home theater bundle but mostly covers flat-panel TVs, tablets, and laptops.

Everything else:

How to get the most from my deals:

  • Visit MoneyTalksNews.com every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for the latest deals posts.
  • Sign up for the Money Talks newsletter to get deals posts emailed to you.

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