Monday’s Money Deals: Magazines, Formal Wear, and Free Sundaes

What's Hot


2 Types of Black Marks Might Vanish From Your Credit File SoonBorrow

This Free Software Brings Old Laptops Back to LifeMore

6 Ways the Obamacare Overhaul Might Impact Your WalletInsurance

21 Restaurants Offering Free Food Right NowSaving Money

7 Dumb and Costly Moves Homebuyers MakeBorrow

House Hunters: Beware of These 6 Mortgage MistakesBorrow

Beware These 12 Common Money MistakesCredit & Debt

Obamacare Replacement Plan Gets ‘F’ Rating from Consumer ReportsFamily

Where to Sell Your Stuff for Top DollarAround The House

30 Household Uses for Baby OilSave

25 Ways to Spend Less on FoodMore

Nearly Half of Heart-Related Deaths Linked to These 10 Foods and IngredientsFamily

The True Cost of Bad CreditCredit & Debt

17 Ways to Have More Fun for Less MoneySave

14 Ways to Maximize Your Social Security ChecksGrow

10 Ways to Save When You’re Making Minimum WageSave

Boost Your Credit Score Fast With These 7 MovesCredit & Debt

7 Painless Ways to Pay Off Your Mortgage Years EarlierBorrow

The Most Sinful City in the U.S. Is … (Hint: It’s Not Vegas)Family

10 Companies With the Best 401(k) PlansGrow

8 Ways to Take Control of Your Finances — and Be HappierGrow

This Scam Now Tops ID Theft as the No. 2 Consumer ComplaintFamily

5 Surprising Benefits of Exercising Outdoors in WinterFamily

14 Super Smart Ways to Save on TravelSave

New Study Ranks the Best States in the U.S.Family

Thousands of Millionaires Moving to 1 Country — and Leaving AnotherGrow

The Rich Prefer Modest Cars — Should You Join Them?Cars

Strapped for College Costs? How to Get the Most From FAFSABorrow

6 Overlooked Ways to Save at Chick-fil-AFamily

Secret Cell Plans: Savings Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint Don’t Want You to Know AboutFamily

6 Healthful Treats for Your DogFamily

Ask Stacy: What’s the Fastest Way to Pay Off My Mortgage?Borrow

7 Free Sources of Manufacturer Coupons You Can Find OnlineSave

Ask Stacy: How Do I Start Over?Credit & Debt

8 Ways to Get a Good Price on a Shiny New AutoCars

You’ll Soon Pay More to Shop at CostcoSave

10 Ways to Save When Your Teen Starts DrivingFamily

Fixing Your Credit? Do These 5 Things, Avoid These 3Credit & Debt

It's President's Day, which means you can nab a 10-15 percent discount just about anywhere in honor of our founding fathers. But we've got much better deals: on purses, rugs, canvas prints, and more.

Happy President’s Day! Almost every store has coupons or discounts for today – usually around 15 percent off. But it’s business as usual here at Money Talks News, and we found better deals on magazines, canvas prints, shoes, and men’s dress clothes.

Let’s start off with some delicious freebies: How about a free pancake puppies sundae at Denny’s when you purchase an entree? There’s also a buy-one-get-one deal on burgers at Sonic.

Looking to spruce up your home? Bed Bath & Beyond has a set of three rugs on sale for $50 plus $8 shipping. (Two more styles here and here.) At that price, you get matching rugs measuring 6.5′ x 9.5′, 20″ x 60″, and 20″ x 31″. If your local store carries these, you can save up to $18 by cutting out shipping and using an in-store coupon. Sign up for Bed Bath & Beyond e-mails here and you’ll instantly get a 20-percent-off coupon.

And while you’re redecorating, add some art with a personal touch. At ArtsCow, you can create three 20”x30” canvas-printed photos for just $20 with coupon code VDAYCNVS. This is a great deal – without the coupon, the total for three prints of this size plus shipping comes to $122. So this coupon’s worth 100 bucks.  Plus, when you register you will also get a coupon code by email for a 20-page 8×8 hardcover photo book for $7 and free shipping, plus 1200 free photo prints.

Purse shopping, ladies? Save 30 percent at Coach Factory Outlets with this coupon.

And for the guys: Men’s Wearhouse is running a buy-one-get-one-free deal on everything except shoes. Even if you’re not looking for anything fancy, there’s everyday clothing like these polos, which are 2 for $20.

Kohl’s also has a sale on men’s dress shirts, up to 90 percent off. You can take another 10 percent off with coupon code NEW6963. Get free shipping on orders over $75, otherwise pay $6.

Amazon.com continues to have weird holiday sales, too – President’s Day apparently means 70 percent off on footwear to them. I don’t think we’ll ever understand Amazon – even if we walk a mile in their steeply discounted shoes.

Another great deal at Amazon this week: cheap magazine subscriptions. Techies can pick up a 1-year subscription to Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, Wired, MacLife, or Maximum PC for $6-10. Even better, if you spend $20 on a magazine order – and you don’t have to pick tech mags, there’s plenty more at that second link – you get a $10 Amazon credit to use on whatever you want.

We’ll wrap up this week with another weird deal from Amazon: They have some bizarre little flashlights at 50 percent off.

Check back next week for more non-presidential savings, and as always, we’d love you to share your own great finds in the comments.

Stacy Johnson

It's not the usual blah, blah, blah

I know... every site you visit wants you to subscribe to their newsletter. But our news and advice is actually worth reading! For 25 years, I've been making people richer without making their eyes glaze over. You'll be glad you did. I guarantee it!

💰🗣📰

Read Next: 5 Easy Ways to Save on Your Cell Phone Bill

Check Out Our Hottest Deals!

We're always adding new deals and coupons that'll save you big bucks. See the deals to the right and hundreds more in our Deals section.

Click here to explore 2,043 more deals!