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Hey yall please post your deals or coupons or any flyer you might find here. Let's help each other out! Please, no spam. Legit deals. Thanks!

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Okay, here's one I found. Anyone need business cards? With this coupon you get 1000 Glossy Business Cards for $30.59 + Shipping. Save over 50%. 

Cheers guys!

Okay here's a nice deal from Babu Catering & Takeout. You get $5.00 off your next food order of $25 before taxes. Not valid with any other coupon/offer. Offer valid with printed coupon only.

Anyone have any more to share? Please feel free to post whatever deal you might find!

Okay no takers yet so here's one more. This one is good for home owners. Get crown moulding for under 300 bucks a room. Offer is from Crown Cornice. Coupon here.

Here is a really good deal from Smokey Joe's Cafe - With this coupon get 2 Burgers, 2 Fries, and 2 Pints for only $18. Must present coupon.

Anybody have any more deals to share?

I'm happy to keep posting deals though.

Is anyone looking for tires? Here's a great coupon offering 50% off the MSL on a set of Bridgestone or Firestone All Season or Snow Tires OR up to $100 on-the-spot rebate on a set of Good Year Tires.

One more great coupon here from MASTER MECHANIC - receive a FREE Castrol Oil Change when you purchase 1 at regular price.. your next oil change will be free.

KI Canada is offering this coupon Save 50% off Membership fees. Protect your family & sign up today! Membership privileges include 10% discount on all products,Chelation drugs, dosimeter card, radiation tablets & first priority to purchase products.

I'm looking for a good deal on all weather tires for my 2002 honda accord. Anyone?

Guys, here's a great coupon for eyeglasses - Buy 3 pairs of glasses for just $199.00.

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