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Fun stuff I got in the mail today–and you can too!

#1 Postcard/coupon for a free birthday meal at Tucanos Brazilian Grill (Happy Birthday honey!)
This coupon is good for the whole month in which your birthday falls.  Join Club Tucanos to sign up for your free birthday meal, and to get your club card and start accumulating point towards club member rewards.

#2  P.F. Chang’s Terra Cotta Warrior Discount card 
I have never seen a coupon for P.F. Chang’s, so I was excited about this program. Register your info at this link to get your card in the mail.  Here is the insider info that came with the card: “This year we’d like to introduce you to a new friend; out Terra Cotta Warrior.  Keep him in your wallet and stay tuned to your email as we hear he’s working on a few special things this year.  He’s a tad difficult to manage (being 2000 years old) so we’re giving him, shall we say, a bit of creative license. We’ll see what he comes up with!  To start, he’d like to offer you 10% off any food or beverage purchase from now until May 31, 2009.  Visit any of our restaurants as often as you like.”


I think the Caregivers Marketplace program has been mentioned before, but it’s worth mentioning again for all you newbies.  This program gives you cash back when you purchase products from certain brands–among them, Huggies diapers, Huggies Pull-ups, Huggies Little Swimmers, Cottonelle wipes, and Nature Made vitamins, to name a few.

A couple months back when Walgreen’s had their diaper sale I submitted my receipts (along with some others I had been collecting).  Today I got a check in the mail for $34.50!  That will buy me a heck of a lot of groceries!