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This week in deals: 20% off at Bloomingdale's and more


It's finally April and as the corporate world puts it, we are now in Q2, the second quarter of our fiscal year. If you haven't done your taxes yet, you have exactly 12 days to do it!

If you've done your taxes and you got money back from Uncle Sam, it's a great time to take advantage of the incredible deals that retailers are releasing from now until Tax Day. With that said, here are the top 5 deals for this week: 

Deal #1: I usually don't get to shop at high-end department stores unless they have a huge sale going on. With this coupon from Bloomingdale's you can save 20% on most regular and sale priced items. Expires 4/7/2013.

Deal #2: With all the flowers blooming, I feel like running through a botanical garden in a pastel colored dress. The joys of Spring! Use this coupon from LOFT to save 50% on select full priced items. Limited time offer.

Deal #3: Now that the weather is nice, it's time to throw an outdoor dinner party. With any gourmet food pairing, you need a nice glass of wine or two. Buy a case of wine and save 70% on your purchase with thiscoupon from WineTasting.comExpires 4/23/2013.

Deal #4: Time to sit down and head to your favorite department store website. Right now, use this coupon from JCPenney to get $10 off your purchase over $50. Expires 4/7/2013.

Deal #5: Shoes, shoes and shoes. I love shoes and I can't get enough of them. Save 25% on your entire purchase with this coupon from Steve Madden. You'll be one stylin' girl. Expires Today!

Now that we're in the second quarter of our budget year, are you on track with your financial goals? If you've gone a little over, you still have time to make up for lost grounds. See you next week when I bring you 5 more incredible deals!

(Source: Savings.com)



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