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Italian Soda: Today only, you can get a free red, white, or blue Italian soda at Books A Million locations, which have a Joe Muggs inside. Just present this coupon here and enjoy! (Good idea to call your location ahead of time for participation and to see if there is a Joe Muggs inside.) You can also get a mobile-device coupon sent to your phone.

Free Movie Ticket:
Active military personnel, along with veterans, can get free admission to the movie White House Down on the 4th of July! This deal is good for Regal, AMC, Cinemark and Carmike cinemas. Call your location ahead to make sure they re participating and it also may be a good idea to print this Facebook page out and bring it with you in case .

Free Kids Breakfast:
IKEA is offering kids free breakfast from today until July 7th. No purchase is necessary, just check out this link for more information.

Latina Magazine: A free subscription is available at Rewards Country here. Make sure to read all details, and understand no credit card is needed. If for some reason, one is, I suggest being very careful in signing up for magazine deals this way. If you don t cancel after a certain period, you ll automatically be charged and your subscription renewed.

Free Chi Silk Infusions:
When you stop by the JCPenney Dry Bar Express locations, you can get a free mini bottle of Chi s Silk Infusion, smoothing product for hair! Read all details here, and call ahead for participation and supply.

Bloomin Onion:
Outback Steakhouse has offered free Bloomin Onions before, for certain wins from racecar driver Ryan Newman. Check out details on dates and how the offer works here.

Publix Coupon Book:
When you sign up at this Web site you can get a coupon booklet with TONS of coupons to Publix grocery stores. There are about $50 worth of coupons in each.

Don t forget, deals are available only in limited quantities and go quickly. They re also subject to change at any time. Have FUN and see you on TV Happy 4th of July everybody! --Dion

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