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Looking forward to Saturday's coupon class!

If you're registered for my coupon class tomorrow, here are a few reminders:

Bring a donation of canned or dried food donation for the Food Bank
of Central and Eastern North Carolina. It will get you a second ticket in our drawing for door prizes, which, I must say, are pretty nice. Gift cards and movie passes are among the items up for grabs.

Bring your extra clipped coupons in an envelope. I'll answer questions and we'll swap coupons.

If you need any coupon organizer supplies, the folks from CouponOrganizerPro.com will be on hand, selling everything from fully loaded coupon binders to sets of extra pages. Cash and checks only.

Check your in-box for an email giving you all the details on parking, check in and breakfast.

Class will start promptly at 9. We've got a lot of ground to cover. See you then.

FREEBIE alert: Coupon for a free can of cat food

If you've got a cat, you'll want to snag this deal for a FREE can of cat food.

Click here to sign up for a coupon for a free can of Purina One. The coupon will be mailed to you within four to six weeks.

Even if you don't have a cat, consider getting the coupon and donating it to a shelter.

But hurry, these freebies never last long.

UPDATED: Veterans Day deals and freebies

Friday is Veterans Day and local and national businesses are offering lots of special deals and freebies to salute our men and women in uniform, past and present.

There are discounts on groceries, clothes and home improvement supplies, free restaurant meals, free music downloads and even a free car wash.

Here's a round up of Veterans Day promotions:

Deal Alert: 25 FREE photo prints at Walgreens!

Just got a tweet from Walgreens alerting me to a great photo deal.

The drugstore chain is offering 25 FREE photo prints when you submit your order online.

Freebie alert at Shoe Carnival opening in Raleigh

A Shoe Carnival store is opening in Raleigh this Saturday and if you're among the first 100 customers you'll get a $10 reward card to use toward anything in the store.

The store, located in the Poyner Place shopping center at Triangle Town Boulevard and Old Wake Forest Road (near Super Target), opens at 9 a.m. Saturday.

It's the seventh Raleigh-area location for Shoe Carnival.

Other special events include:

  • A 10 a.m. drawing for FREE shoes for a YEAR!
  • An 11 a.m. drawing for $1,000 cash.
  • A drawing for a $100 Shoe Carnival shopping spree every hour from noon until 5 p.m.
  • Doorbuster deals from 9 a.m. until noon
  • Other prizes and giveaways all weekend

Turn today's coupons into FREEBIES

Among today's new coupons are several with great deals potential and at least four coupons that will have you walking out of the store with FREE items:

CVS is celebrating Halloween early with FREEBIES for the kids

Mark your calendars for Sunday, Oct. 23. Take your kids to CVS dressed in their Halloween costumes on that day and they'll receive  FREE candy and toys and you'll get FREE coupons.

I'm away this week but the blog will be hard at work

A big heads up to all of you:  I'm going to be away from work this week. However,  I won't be leaving you completely high and dry.

I've got posts scheduled to appear daily throughout the week so please stop by for your daily Censible Saver fix.

Later today, for instance, I'll be posting a giveway that you definitely won't want to miss.

There will be no Wednesday deals this week and next Sunday's deals will post on Monday when I get back to work.

2 FREEBIES in Sunday's coupons!

It doesn't get much better than this in the coupon world: Today's inserts contain two coupons for totally FREE items - no strings attached.

It's not too late: Sign up for coupon class

If you're interested in learning how to save big money at the grocery store, here's your chance.

There are just a few spots left in my half-day class on couponing scheduled for this Saturday, Sept. 24.

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