Volunteer pilots offer rides to those aged 8 to 17. Also free this week: a speech translator app, Atkins Diet bars and 'The Walking Dead: Assault' game.
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This week you can get baby formula, specialty tea or a $5 Starbucks card. Krispy Kreme doughnuts are up for grabs, too.
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Social buying vouchers and bargain sites can prop up your budget. They can also nickel-and-dime you to death.
If money is an issue, try a little DIY. You'd be surprised how easy it is to make baby wipes or taco shells.
A little creativity and organization can make this your most economical party of the year.
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