Everybody loves free. What’s better than free? Free that saves you money.
Right now at your local Target store, thanks to a couple of printable coupons you can stack, you can get free a 13-watt (60-watt incandescent equivalent) GE Energy Smart CFL light bulb.
You’ll need to install some provided coupon printing software, but it all passes virus and adware scans without issue. Fine print states one coupon per transaction, so your mileage may vary on walking out with a couple of dozen bulbs in one trip.
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