Use these coupons and codes to save

February 26, 2009 6:12:19 AM PST
Online shopping is convenient, and if you take advantage of special deals from online merchants, you can save quite a bit.

If you enjoy Yankee Candles, you can save $15 on orders of $45 or more if you use the code XF902A1 online, or if you use this printable coupon in stores. This offer is good until March 15, 2009. Plus, if you go to the site's clearance section, you can take advantage of 25% off deals on a number of candles and accessories, so you can really stock up.

If you shop the Ann Taylor Loft website, you can get a $25 Saving Card for every $50 you spend on regularly priced items. The offer is good through March 9, 2009. Then you can use the saving card for purchases between March through April 2, 2009, (also regularly priced items only). Also, sitewide, standard shipping is just $6, no code needed.

MAC Cosmetics is offering free shipping on all orders from their website between now and March 1, 2009. No special code needed for this one, either.

Here's a link to a 20% off coupon for Borders. This coupon is good for in-store purchases, and you need to be a member of the Borders Rewards club to redeem it. It's good through March 1, 2009. is offering free shipping on orders of $75 or more if you use the code EMCP9F22 at checkout. This code is good until March 1, 2009.

Oriental Trading Company will give you free standard shipping, plus an extra 15% off your purchase of $49 or more, if you enter the code WC97818 at checkout. This site has lots of party supplies and craft items, just in time for Easter. This offer is good until March 1, 2009.

Finally,, a site that specializes in personalized gifts, will give you $5 off any order of $50 or more if you use the code STPATDISC50 at checkout. This offer is good until March 14, 2009.

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