Saturday deals

By Mir
February 23, 2008
Category Hot Hot Hot!

Goooooood morning! I think it has finally stopped raining, here, which means I can abandon the ark I was working on and surf the deals for you, instead.

All weekend long, take $10 off your $150+ order at Overstock through that there link. (Hey, remember when we all got free Club O memberships? Club O now gives you free shipping on every order, too.)

Lane Bryant is having an online-only sale: Buy any top or bottom, get another half off. Sale is valid through February 27th, 2008. And don’t forget that you can use coupon code 000253666 for $25 off your $75+ purchase, too (coupon expires April 10th, 2008).

Who was bemoaning not being able to afford Planet Earth, the other day? Right now at the Discover Store, automatically get $50 off the Planet Earth HD DVD Set! Just add it to your cart and the coupon will appear, making it just $29.95. (Only the HD version is eligible for this discount.)

More savings at Omaha Steaks through that there link.

The Winter Clearance Sale at Terry’s Village is still going. You can also use coupon code JE0855206 for free shipping on your $40+ purchase.

Coupon code S2A28 is still working for 15% off at, and they’ve just taken their first spring markdown on select merchandise. (This of course means that everyone I have my eye on for my kids is still full price, but maybe you’ll find a deal….)

Spring has sprung, and young men’s thoughts turn to thoughts of… hedge trimming. (Hey, 77% off a Black and Decker trimmer is pretty romantic right?)

I’m off to wrangle children and enjoy the day… have a good one!


  1. I think most people have heard about the HD-DVD/Blue Ray wars, but just to make sure: the Planet Earth set is in the HD-DVD format. This does not mean it is a high def version that will play in your regular DVD player; this means it is the HD-DVD format that will only play in a HD-DVD player. If you’ve been waiting for a victor in HD-DVD vs. Blue Ray (the two high definition platforms that have been competing for dominance),well, Blue Ray has won and HD-DVD is going the way of Betamax. This means that very soon there will be no more HD-DVD players or movies. This is also probably why this version of Planet Earth is $50 off.

    Check Wikipedia
    or any tech news outlet for more info.

  2. Hedge trimmer? I can’t see my hedge under the snowbank. I suppose that’s why they’re on sale — to remind me to think about spring.

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