Here's a list of mom-friendly freebies and deals:
Through Sunday, May 11, Redbox users can reserve any select movie/game online and get $.50 off a select DVD. The list includes new mom-friendly flicks like About Time; August: Osage County; and Labor Day, plus movies/games for the whole family, like Mario Kart (for the Wii) and Frozen.
Buy one, get one free Teavana Oprah Chai on Mother’s Day in Starbucks stores. Starbucks will make a donation for each Teavana Oprah Chai Tea product sold in participating Starbucks and Teavana stores to benefit youth education through the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation.
Moms can get a free entree up to $10 with any drink purchase at a Hooters restaurant. About 35,000 moms took advantage of the “free entrée” deal last year, the company said.
BloomNation is offering a 15 percent off code for all ABC News fans. The code will be "ABCNEWS15" and will be valid until May 31. Each customer receives a "BloomSnap," which is a photo of the completed arrangement before it's delivered so customers know that what they ordered is what the recipient will receive, through same-day hand delivery service.
Hopefully you and the mother in your life can have some fun with Groupon's free last-minute Mother's Day deals. Shoppers can choose from a Chore Wheel, Official Time Out, Squabbling Siblings Peace Treaty and more. Official announcement with links are pasted below.
McCormick & Schmicks
Free chocolate-covered strawberry for every mother.
Michaels Arts and Crafts
Michaels craft stores are hosting make-and-take craft sessions on Saturday in celebration of Mother’s Day. For $2, kids can make a craft for their moms. The sessions last 30 minutes and are geared to kids ages 3 and up.
Get a free custom Mother's Day Card with a coupon code from DefinitiveDeals.com.
Free 6 oz. frozen yogurt for Mom at select locations.
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