Please Mum 50% Additional Discount

PleaseMum.com is taking an additional 50% discount on top of its clearance sale discount (up to 70%).

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Prices can go down to $2.99 or lower. Here are some examples:

Boys Athletic Cargo Pants are $2.99, down from $29.99
Girls Cord or Denim Skirts are $2.99, down from $29.99
Heart Pocket Jackets for Girls (3-12 years) are $2.99, down from $29.99
Baby Boy (6 months – 4 years) Fleece Pants are $1.87, down from $19.99
Long Sleeve Printed Tees for Girls are $2.99, down from $16.99

Shipping is FREE for order over $100.

So if you have kids it might be time to do some shopping now. And if you don’t you could still buy to give as gifts.




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Free Danone Activia Yogurt For 14 Days

Danone is offering a FREE 14-day sample of Activia Probiotic yogurt if you are willing to participate in the Activia survey.

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Activia is a yogurt with a probiotic culture, now available for the first time in Canada from Danone. Activia contains a unique strain of bifidobacteria, called Bifidobacterium (animalis) lactis, or BL RegularisTM.

After trying it for 14 days you will give them a feed back and you will receive additional free samples.
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Guitar Hero Handheld Carabiner For $4.96

If your child likes to play guitar like a rock star then you might be interested to purchase the Guitar Hero Handheld Carabiner at The Source By Circuit City for only $4.96.

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This pocket-sized game is based on the monster video game and has three levels of play to master and challenge your friends to.

With songs like Surrender, Rock this Town, Smoke on the Water and many more, it will entertain you for hours with endless fun.

It has a foldable neck for added portability.

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Free Magazines Through The Read Green

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Welcome to The Read Green Initiative

Click to get a One Year FREE subscription.

To date, the Read Green Initiative has generated enough readers to purchase and plants trees at schools, playgrounds and other locations around the world. Check your email for weekly updates on offers and progress.