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Free Yankee Candle with purchase

Get a free Yankee Candle with purchase.

Use a coupon to get a free large classic jar, vase or tumbler candle with purchase of another. The offer is good at Yankee Candle stores at the mall or online using coupon code REFRESH.

The offer is not accepted at Yankee Candle Outlet stores or in retail stores.

Click here for the deal. The offer expires Feb.

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Free Scholastic children's books from Kellogg's

Get free children's books from the Kellogg's Fantastic Scholastic Free Book Giveaway program.

Get one free book with each purchase of an eligible Kellogg's product at Walmart.

Buy select size boxes of Kellogg's cereal, Pop-Tarts and protein bars (click here to see the list) and join the free Kellogg's Family Rewards program.

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Baltimore collector buys Obama's 2008 campaign recliner chairs for $28,499 in auction

For more than a decade, Baltimore resident Robert Harrington has bid on memorabilia, equipment, firearms and statues.

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Free $12 Gillette Mach 3 or Fusion razor

Sign up to get a coupon in the mail good for a free Gillette Mach 3, Fusion or Fusion ProShield razor valued at $12.

Answer a couple questions and upload a photo or video to get the coupon in 8 to 10 business days.

The offer welcomes back customers after trying competitors such as Shick and and which promise savings on blades.

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Ditch your New Year's resolution with hot deal at BurgerFi on Tuesday

There's seems to be a silly holiday to celebrate everything and Tuesday is no exception with "National Ditch New Year's Resolution Day."

Actually, that one makes a bit of sense, so head over to BurgerFi to get a hot deal on an Breakfast All Day Burger for $5 on Jan. 17.

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National Park waives entrance fees for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

More than 400 national parks will waive their entrance fees on Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the National Park Foundation announced.

The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington is participating in the "Fee-Free Day." In honor of the civil rights leader, the foundation hopes visitors "can reflect on what freedom and equality mean to you."

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