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Plus fantastic deals on flash drives and everything you could need from the drugstore.

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

Happy Leap Day!

Office and school supplies

  • Paper: 10-ream case of printer paper for $20 at Staples stores (print first) [3/3]. It’s the house brand, but I say printer paper is printer paper – and I haven’t seen it this cheap in ages. You’ll have to do a rebate in addition to clipping the coupon, but it’s one of their “easy rebates,” which you can submit online.
  • Staples: Their 29 Leap Year Savings Event deals include office chairs, technology, and cleaning supplies [3/3].

Health and beauty

  • Vitamins: Buy-one-get-one-free at Walgreens online [3/3]. Shipping is free if you spend $25.
  • CVS: 30 percent off everything online when you spend $20-plus (use code SAVE30). Shipping is free if you pick your order up at your local store. This is a great deal: Normally, they only offer 20 or 25 percent off and require you to spend $50 to get the discount.
  • Drugstore.com: Up to 60 percent off seemingly everything – from cough and cold medicine to condoms to cleaning supplies [expiration unknown]. This is one of the best Drugstore.com sales I’ve seen in a while. Shipping is free if you spend $25.

Technology

  • KungFu Warrior: Free game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch [expiration unknown].
  • Cameras: Up to $50 off select Canon PowerShot models at Amazon.com [3/10].
  • Flash drive: 70 percent off a Kingston 32GB flash drive at Buy.com [expiration unknown]. It’s $28 – and shipping is free! This model has an attached swinging lid so you don’t have to worry about losing it.

Clothing, shoes, and accessories

  • Bon-Ton (department store): $15 off a $75-plus purchase in stores (print first) [3/5]. This coupon can be used for both full- and sale-priced items.
  • Lane Bryant (plus sizes for her): 40 percent off nearly everything in stores and online (use code THEBIG40LB) [3/4].

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