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Tuesday Deal News

1. Don't forget to get your free Kronos gyros today with this coupon.

2. It's the first of the month, which means new and reset coupons at Coupons.com (including Qs that work for the Kelloggs/ConAgra Catalina at Jewel, and the Special K deal at Target), SmartSource, RedPlum, and ShortCuts (including $1/1 Energizer batteries that can be combined with the $1/1 from the 8/2 SmartSource).

3. It's a good time to hit Restaurant.com even though the discounts don't come out until the end of the month there. Why? Some restaurants consistently sell out, and if you've been wanting to get a gift certificate to one of those, better snatch it up now.

4. CVS is printing good coupons again at the register or coupon machine -- yesterday I got one for a free product (more feminine products, gettin' a lot of those lately) and one for $5 off Duracell recharchable batteries, which could be combined with the $2/1 rechargables from the 8/30 P&G flyer. Do the rechargables count toward the "buy $15, get $5 deal"? I dunno. 

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Annicedda said:

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I was all excited to get my free gyro at lunch today, but the place I went to (The Works 201 N. Clark St.) was sold out :(

AlexisX said:

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If you live in Chicago and love Greek food, then this will make your day! Kronos Gyros is giving out free food. How? It is so easy. All you have to do is go to the Kronos website and print out the free coupon then take it to any participating location in the Chicago area, which is featured on the Kronos website. Kronos isn't a restaurant; they are actually a restaurant supply company that specializes in Greek delicacies. Gyros are particularly succulent when laden with tzatziki and hummus, or baba ganoush…delectable. So if you want some delicious free Kronos Gyros, get the coupon – it's easier than applying for mortgage loan modification.

Monica said:

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A few years ago I had to dramatically change my eating habits and I am now mostly vegan so walking into a place where I can eat ANYTHING off the menu is just a dream come true. Now, that said, I've taken non-vegan/vegetarian people there and they all LOVE it too, so it's just a good place for anybody.

Monica said:

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A few years ago I had to dramatically change my eating habits and I am now mostly vegan so walking into a place where I can eat ANYTHING off the menu is just a dream come true. Now, that said, I've taken non-vegan/vegetarian people there and they all LOVE it too, so it's just a good place for anybody.

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