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This week in deals: Up to 70% at The Children's Place

Viva Las Vegas! I just came back from our road trip to Sin City and after calculating what we spent there, I definitely need to get those coupons out and save every penny I can.

I went there thinking that our total budget would be $300, $175 for food and $125 for other stuff (boy, was I wrong). I learned from this trip that when you travel with other people, you may end up spending more than you planned in order to be accommodating (which happened to us in this case, but hopefully never again).

Since we have to make up for what we spent over-budget, we'll be relying heavily on weekly sales, clearance sections and those coupons until the end of this month. For you, I have 5 of the best deals on our site that you can take advantage of this week: 

Deal #1: Stock up on your kids' clothes now. Right now, use this coupon from The Children's Place to save an additional 20% on items already discounted (up to 70% off). Expires TODAY.

Deal #2: If you missed this coupon from during Super Bowl, you're in luck because they brought back the same offer. If you need to renew or add on new products, you can save 40% on your purchase. Expires 3/28/2013.

Deal #3: It's freezing here in Southern California. I'm sure we have it better than 90% of the nation, but it's still cold. Right now, save up to 50% with this offer from Patagonia on web specials. Limited time offer.

Deal #4: Are you shopping for a laptop? Prices too high for the model that you want? Use this offer from Sony to save up to 60% and get free shipping on refurbished and clearance laptops. Limited time offer.

Deal #5: How about taking care of your pets naturally? Use this coupon from PetAlive to save $10 on all orders. Restrictions may apply. Expires 3/31/2013.

Take advantage of these great deals and I'll see you back next week when I bring you 5 more incredible offers.


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