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July 4th holiday deals and freebies

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Lots of retailers across the country are offering big deals and even some freebies to entice customers this Fourth of July. 

Check out a list of them here and find out how you can save!

Iron Skillet and Country Pride: Active duty service members and veterans get free meals (up to $15.00 value) at 170 participating locations across the U.S. 

Boston Market: 50% off all family meals with a coupon you can print on their website.  Click here to get it!

Sherwin Williams: Give your home a little holiday makeover and save some cash!  Sherwin Williams is offering 30% off most paints and satins through July 8.  Click here for offer details! 

Hotels.com: 13% off when you book by July 4 and use eCoupon code: SUMMER13.  Click here for details!

Jamba Juice: Summer BOGO means when you buy one smoothie, you get one free at Jamba Juice!  Click here for offer details.  Good through 7/7.

On the Border: Free queso and sopapillas through July 4 with your purchase of one or more entrees at regular price.  Click here for more info!

Outback Steakhouse: Get a free Bloomin' Onion on July 4 when you say "Let Freedom Bloom!" to your server!  Offer good with purchase on July 4 only.  Also, members of the military get 10% off through July 4.  Click here for more info!

 

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