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Start off this week with discounts from Old Navy, Hollister, Juicy Couture, and many other clothing retailers. Plus, get coupons for subs and Chinese.

Happy discounted-Easter-candy day! If you’re not already overstocked, be sure to check your local retailers and pick up the good stuff before it’s gone. Kicking off this week in deals, we have a lot of great bargains on clothes and a few on food.

As always, freebie first: If you’re planning a trip to Europe this year, or even if you’re not, you might want to pick up the 1,200-plus page Let’s Go Europe 2011 as a free e-book from Amazon. It’s a $22 value and designed for Kindles, but even if you don’t have one, you can still read it from a PC or smartphone.

A few deals for eating out: Print this coupon to get a small Quiznos sub for $2.99 by Sunday, May 1. Or get a free entree item from Panda Express when you buy two others – this one’s good through Tuesday, April 26.

Hopefully you’ve cleaned out your closet: There’s a lot of clothing on sale right now. Juicy Couture dresses  are 30 percent off with coupon code DRESSCODE. That deal expires after today.

Take 40 percent off Abercrombie & Fitch purchases online and at many physical locations (check the link for a list of excluded stores) with promo code 14223 through today. Hollister Co. has a nearly identical deal with promo code 34223, also ending today.

Take an extra 40 percent off Express clearance online, and save $15 off every $60 you spend with coupon code 1274. Sizes and styles are quickly becoming limited, especially on the guys’ side. This deal sadly ends today too.

You can save 30 percent at Old Navy, GAP, and Banana Republic online with coupon code BRONGAP30, and you have a bit more breathing room with this deal, which expires Wednesday, April 27.

Need some cheap, comfy tees? Sierra Trading Post has Hanes T-shirts under $5 right now, but take a close look before you buy. Some are listed as “closeouts” – those are new – and some are listed as “2nds.” We don’t know what that means (like new?), but it says they may have “barely perceptible blemishes.”

Ladies and girls, Amazon is offering American Apparel at 75 percent off this week. Selection is limited, but the prices are great.

And last but not least, Amazon has Hello Kitty clothing for girls 30 percent off or more.

That’s all for now. We hope you’ve noticed, but this is no longer our only deals post of the week. Be sure to check back on Wednesdays and Fridays for midweek and weekend deals too! And as always, share your own bargains in the comments and check out our Deals page for even more.

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