Deals of the week: Pier One Imports, Pepsi Max, AT&T minutes

Free AT&T cellphone minutes and a 2-liter Pepsi Max are two of our deals of the week.

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    In this photo taken Oct. 19, 2009, the AT&T logo is seen in a RadioShack store in Gloucester, Mass. AT&T is offering 1,000 free rollover minutes to customers who text at a special number. It's one of our deals of the week.
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I personally requested my free AT&T minutes earlier this week. Since one of the ways I save is to go with the cheapest plan, these extra minutes will come in handy! The Pier One Imports coupon is a good one now too. There are always clearance items to take advantage of when this rare coupon becomes available.

1. Free AT&T minutes
If you currently have an AT&T cell phone plan, receive 1,000 free rollover minutes when you YES to 11113020. You will receive a confirmation text back stating it will take four weeks to process your credit into your account.

2. Free Playtex sample
Request a free Playtex Sport sample pack. Just complete the information and wait for your sample pack to arrive!

3. Craft coupons
There are several great craft store coupons available: 50% off one regular priced item at Michael’s and 40% off one regular priced item at Hobby Lobby. Both coupons expire 2/19/2011

4. Pier One Imports coupon
Save $10 on a $50 purchase with this Pier One Imports Coupon. You must like them on Facebook to print the coupon, which is valid through 2/21/2011.

5. Dining coupon
Take $2 off any Little Italy Favorite at Maggiano’s with this coupon. This will expire 3/30/2011.

6. Printable grocery coupons

If you need a coupon, search the Savings Lifestyle Coupon Database. We have thousands of printable coupons, newspaper coupons and other types of coupons to help you save on your grocery, hygiene, retail and dining budget!

Andrea Deckard does not represent or receive financial benefits from any products or promotions listed here. All offers listed above were verified and available at the time of publication.

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