I've seen a lot of people talking about these lately! Get the Vegetable Fruit Twister Spiral Cutter Slicer for only $4.24 plus free shipping at eBay today. That's less than half of the price that we have seen it in other places.
Fit for potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes and more. Perfect for decorating for a parties, birthday, any special event. Comes with two slicers.
For one day only get this shirt inspired by Frozen from Tee Fury for only $11. The shirt features the popular phrase "Let It Go" at the top and at the bottom says "The Royal Committee of Arendelle." You can get the print on black, navy, or purple and in both adult and child sizes.
When you check out, you will also have the option of adding a poster print for $11 of either the same style or one called "Ice Queen".
I've already ordered one for my daughter! Visit Tee Fury for more information.
Through Monday, Zulily has on sale items from the Disney Showcase Collection starting at $14.99 (50% off). Styles include:
- Ariel Waterball
- Cinderella Carousel Musical Figurine
- Boo & Sully
- Mary Poppins Waterball
- Winnie the Pooh
- Tinker Bell
- Tangled Musical Figurine
- Mickey and Minnie
You do have to submit your email address to Zulily to be able to see the prices.
If you aren't lucky enough to live close to a Vera Bradley Outlet where they have the huge sales each year, the Online Outlet sale is a good choice! Save up to 50% on 30 different items in many different patterns. Quantities are limited, so just like at the Outlet, it is first come, first served.
The lowest priced item we found was the Small Cosmetic bag for $12.99 (normally $22). The Smartphone Wristlet is very popular at $19.99 (regularly $49). The sale also includes bigger items like the Frame Bag for $44.99 (regularly $94). Plus, get free shipping on purchases of $75 or more.
The Vera Bradley Online Outlet sale ends April 13.
The free McDonald's Coffee offer that you have probably heard about everywhere is coming to an end this weekend. The deal is that you can get a free small McCafe coffee during breakfast hours. However, I was behind a lady in the drive-thru yesterday at around noon (I was getting a salad) and she ordered TWO of them and got them both for free. So I have a feeling that they are pretty lenient about the timing.
I'm not a coffee drinker, so I have no clue if it is worth it even for free. But it is definitely an indication that McDonald's is working hard to try to keep its share of the breakfast market in light of companies like Taco Bell and Starbucks stepping up their breakfast options.
Have you tried their coffee? Is it worth stopping by?