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Leap Day is here, and so are the deals

Leap Day only comes around once every four years. That makes it a cause for celebration, commemoration and best of all, sales.

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    An assortment of Krispy Kreme doughnuts in Decatur, Ala. In honor of Leap Day,Krispy Kreme is offering a dozen original glazed doughnuts for $2.29 with the purchase of any dozen regularly priced doughnuts at participating locations.
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Leap Day only comes around once every four years. That makes it a cause for celebration, commemoration and best of all, sales.
We’ve rounded up a selection of the best steals and deals from retailers, restaurants and more this Feb. 29.

Betsey Johnson: Use coupon code LEAP to take 29% off your order and have it shipped to you for free. Some exclusions apply.

Caribou Coffee: On Leap Day, buy one beverage and get the second for just 29 cents.

Expedia: On Feb. 29, save 29% when you book select hotels worldwide through theExpedia mobile app.

Folica: Leap into savings with a sale on hair products at Folica. Through 11:59 p.m. Pacific time on Feb. 29, use code LEAPYEAR16 to get 25% off Solia, Theorie, Nth Degree and AbsoluteHeat products or 30% off Sedu products. See retailer’s website for details and exclusions.

Hard Rock Cafe: If you were born on Feb. 29, celebrate your birthday with a free meal from the Hard Rock Cafe’s Leaplings Eat Free menu.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts: Get a dozen original glazed doughnuts for $2.29 with the purchase of any dozen regularly priced doughnuts at participating locations.

Olive Garden: The restaurant is offering a coupon on its Facebook page that those with Feb. 29 birthdays can redeem for four free Dolcini desserts (layered cake, mousse, pastry creams and berries).

Urban Outfitters: Through Feb. 29, shop a collection of products priced at $29 or less.

Act soon before these limited-time specials are gone.

Courtney Jespersen is a staff writer at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: courtney@nerdwallet.com. Twitter: @courtneynerd.

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