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flesh, christian slater. >> yes, good to be here. >> obviously, tamron hall and natalie morales. willie and al are in iowa. we'll check in with them momentarily. nice jam. you cannot go wrong with this song. you have to do the dance though. >> that's -- yeah, that's later. stay tuned. >> we have a golden globe for you if you do it. >> okay, good. >> but you have the real deal. when you won the golden globe, you came on our show and talked about this new show you were working on. you said, it's perfect timing for it because we're talking about cyber security. fast forward, the applause and the praise and the awards come. >> you never know how a show is going to be received, but it's been a great experience. the whole -- yeah, there it is. >> there you are. >> you won supporting actor. the show won as best tv drama. how has life changed for you? i asked you during the break, and you said --
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>> that's it? >> yeah, that was it. >> the phone isn't ringing off the hook? >> it was a good party and went home and did the dishes. >> no way! >> yeah, that's how it goes. >> did you keep the golden globe on the side of the sink? >> no, no. my son had made me like two years ago for christmas, he carved this thing. it was really nice. it said, out of difficulties grow miracles. it was in this piece of wood. >> wow. >> i had it up there. he said to me before the show, dad, if you happen to get the thing, if you put the globe next to that, i think it'd be a good spot for it. i went, all right. we'll see what happens. yes, that is now its location. >> i love that. >> it's like he built the mantle for it. >> yeah, i was proud of him for that one. i liked that. >> you're on break. >> yeah. >> you resume taping in march but you and your son are hangigi out? >> we're hanging out in the city right now. we went to the "star wars" consume exhibit yesterday, the museum. that was fun. good time.
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you liked the movie. someone told you key parts of it, spoiler alert. what happened? >> before i'd seen it, i was out with people and they arbitrarily threw out some of the things that happened in the movie. come on! i mean, who does that? >> can't do that. >> it's frustrating. >> spoiler alert. >> i went, no way does that happen. that's crazy. then i see the movie and, of course, my heart was broken. i couldldt believe it. >> with "mr. robot," will you tell us things? >> of course. i'll tell you everything. no, i can't. i wouldn't want to do that to anybody. there's definitely going to be some new twists and turns. it's going to be a good ride. >> did you see this coming, this huge success? i mean, people are addicted to the show. they love it look, you know, first of all, rami malik is great. the effort and work everybody put into the show, the way it's shot, the subject matter, it's unique and very special.
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>> and if people haven't seen it, it's available on demand right now. >> correct. >> they can watch the first season and then the next season returns this summer. >> june or july. usa network. >> haven't been given the date. usa in june or july. >> get into it now so you can watch it in the summer. >> it's a good ride. >> addiction. >> so timely. >> speaking of timely, i didn't realize the super bowl is already this weekend. >> yeah. >> when my team isn't in it -- and it's been a long time for the cowboys -- but you have the broncos and the panthers. we're getting sneak peeks of the super bowl ads. i don't know why my brain went to cam newton's pants. we'll talk about that in a second. hopefully we'll get a picture. advertisers this year paying $5 million per 30-second spot. that's up from $4.4 million last year. >> good real estate there.
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>> two notable newcomers. amazon and paypal. amazon has something with alec baldwin. take a look. >> is this the best you can do with the cheese footballs, pierre? >> i think. it was too soft. >> order 60 wheels, please. >> adding 60 wheels of. >> there will be no soft footballs this y on my watch. it's a joke, right? because the whole deflated -- >> yeah, i get it. >> they're building up to this super bowl party. >> i like it. >> the first ad last week, dan marino and alec baldwin ordering the things they needed to create the moment. >> very exciting. >> cheese football. if you don't have cheese footballs at your house, we have a golden pizza. pizza hut, come on, jerry, bring
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pizza hut created a golden garlic pizza. comes in a golden box and gold flakes. >> they're edible, right? >> they're making 50 pies. >> after you. >> ce on, christian. >> they're garnished in 24 karat, edible gold. you can buy it now. here's the catch, order regular garlic knots -- >> not nuts. >> sure, why not? >> hoorah! >> there's going to be 50, limited. >> i can't get through it. >> if you order, you don't know if you'll get the bar lick knot knots or pizza. >> are you supposed the vacuum the gold off? >> you eat it. >> you eat the gold and then -- >> it tastes like pizza. >> wow. oh, man. >> delicious. >> interesting pizza.
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>> these are the garlic knots. apparently, you also get $100 pizza hut voucher. the pizza, by the way, valued about $100. >> you don't know if you'll get a golden ticket. >> i got the gold pizza. i got a golden ticket. >> you have gold everywhere. >> i know. so many things you can say about how you're going to get the gold. i'm not going to go there. it's the morning and, you know, we're all enjoying our coffee. >> and pizza. >> many ways to recover your gold. >> there are. >> okay. >> good pizza. tasty. >> it is, yup. >> shall we go back to iowa? let's check in with willie and al. >> yeah, let's do that. >> guys, you're missing out on the golden pizza. >> he needs to elaborate on what he means there. >> don't put me on the spot, willie. >> inquiring minds. >> use your imagination. >> you fancy new yorkers have
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we have pork chops on a stick. we'll take it all day. let's talk about why we're here. we have the caucuses in both parties tonight. new poll, the "des moines register"/bloomberg, considered the golden standard of polls in iowa, donald trump at 28% and ted cruz at 23%. marco rubio at 15%. ben carson at 10%. we've got a race, it looks like, at the top between trump and cruz. at this point, nobody knows how it'll turn out. that's why they vote, it turns out, al roker. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders. she has a slight edge. coin toss at this point. >> four decades, three non-incumbent candidates who secured the oval office. obama in 2008. president bush in 2000. jimmy carter in 1976. it's kind of interesting, depending on which side you're on, how the caucuses work. >> they're different whether you're a republican or democrat. with republicans is simpler.
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a school, and listen to representatives for each candidate. they give a speech, cast a secret ballot and go home. democrats have more work to do. publicly declaring support for a candidate by gathering in groups around the room. they physically get into groups in the room. for example, all the sanders supporters gather on the left side, let's say. and hillary supporters on the right. if you're not sure, you can gather in an uncommitted group. all of this is happening in public so your friends, neighbors, relatives all know exactly who you're voting for. >> republicans, it's a secret >> right. >> this is public. if the group doesn't have 15% of the caucus attendees in it, that group is now unviable. which doesn't sound good. if your group is unviable, you have to join a group that is. the fun part is, groups will fight for your vote. all of a sudden, you become much more attractive and desirable. >> yup. >> suddenly, people are saying nice things about you.
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it's fantastic. good for me. after everyone is settled, people are counted, the results are then reported. then everyone goes home. >> to put it simply, the republican winner is the one who has the most votes, period, in the room. sometimes they scratch them on a piece of paper. they vote that way. the democrats use a mathematical formula to award delegates to candidates proportional to the votes they received in the caucuses across the state. the candidate with the most delegates awarded -- still with me, al? >> yeah. >> most delegates awarded is the winner. sounds complicated. here's what you do, if you're at home, watch nbc or msnbc and they'll tell you who won. >> excellent. >> it's a fun process. you all cover politics like we do. this is a great way to start off the presidential campaign. >> i have to go do the weather now. let's go over and do that, shall we? so we've got this storm that's
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probably won't affect the caucus goer. it's coming out of the rockies. already caused a lot of heavy rain in california. now it's bringing snow into the rockies. it's going to dump a decent amount of snow for the southern and central rockies. moves to the plains later this evening. tonight, we'll be looking at more snow. blizzard likely late tonight into tomorrow for iowa. some places, 2 inches of snow per hour. heavy snow for the plains in the upper midwest. the snowfall amounts. back through the rockies, we're talking about anywhere from 8 to 24 inches of snow. timing wise for iowa, we'll start to see the snow sometime around 7:00 on the western edges. i don't think it'll affect the caucuses much. you might see about 10:00, some of the western areas getting it. by the time we get into early tomorrow morning, we've got a full-blown blizzard going on. look at some of the snowfall amounts we're calling for in the midwest. parts of nebraska, looking up to
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des moines, probably see about 8 to 10 inches. we're looking at 2 to 5 inches in minneapolis. hastings, nebraska, 12 to 18 inches of snow. that's what's going ines of snow. that's what's going ines of snow. that's what's going ines of snow. that's what's going ines of snow. anderson will be most cloudy with a 20% chance of showers. southwest breezes at 5-9. high of 65. the asheville, hendersonville area will see fog until late morning and a 50% chance of showers 11 am on. high of 60. mostly cloudy overnight with a few showers, lows of 44 >> that is your latest weather. >> al, thank you very much. governor sarah palin is in iowa for donald trump. wel hea more from her about
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we're back now with our "today" exclusive, sarah palin, former governor of alaska, vice president candidate 2008, fresh off her endorsement on donald trump. welcome back. good to see you. >> you, stootoo. >> you were in the spotlight in 2008 and now here you are again, back on stage with donald trump. what does it feel like? >> i'm thankful for the position i have now. it's very freeing. no shackles. i can do and say whatever i want to. >> you've never had st though -- shackles though, have you? >> they tried eight years ago and it was part of the problem, why things didn't go so well. no, a person is wired to be free, to be able to say what they want to say, go where they want to go. you know, that's the beauty of america, too. >> a lot of people have
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what a sarah palin endorsement of trump means for his campaign. is it a good thing or a bad thing? why do you think it's good for donald trump? what do you bring to the campaign and his supporters? >> i'm very, very conservative. very much a right-winger, proudly clinging to my god, my guns and my constitution. i think i speak for a lot of americans who have those same values. so to be able to lend that to the campaign, i think, has been helpful for mr. trump. but really, i don't think endorsements mean nearly as much as maybe those who are really on the inside baseball politico type discussions every day. i don't think endorsements mean as much to the rest of us normal people. >> i think a year ago, if we were sitting here saying, donald trump will be the front runner in the republican party and, by the way, bernie sanders will be neck and neck with hillary clinton, nobody would have believed you.
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country, governor, that has cause tdd the rise of those candidates? >> i think people are craving honesty and candidness. folks who are outside of that permanent political class that have been part of the problem and, certainly, on the republican side of the fence, that's what we're getting in donald trump's candidacy. someone who is promising to restore constitutional government, which is what we've wanted and expected. and we worked really, really hard to send the congress a gop majority to do just that. to return us to constitutional government. yet, they disappointed. they didn't do what they said they were going to do. >> i had a thought as i was preparing to talk to you about hillary clinton. i know ya fan and you support trump. but if she were elected president, would there be a part of you that would be proud that a woman would be president of the united states? >> sure. >> yeah? >> yeah. >> i would prefer many, many
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the united states, but sure, you know. it's not going to happen though. it's a hypothetical. >> do you think the donald trump doesn't win, she'd be a good president? >> not if she is -- would pursue the same agenda that barack obama has, that has racked up trillions and trillions of dollars in debt. that our children and grandchildren are never going to be able to pay off. not if the military is gutted. all those things that really have fundamentally transformed america into something it is becoming, unrecognizable. if she continued that agenda, which i believe she would, no, i can't say she would be. >> a couple weeks ago after you made the b-- had the event with donald trump and made the sp h behalf, tina fey came back to "snl" and broke out her sarah palin impersonation. you appeared on the snow. >> on tv, i'm a good sport about it. >> does that get old for you? what do you think? >> for the audience, it should
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really talented. and lauren michaels knows what he's doing, in bringing in an audience by characterizeing someone. i'm helping with her job security at "snl." >oes she do a good sarah palin? >> my kids say she doesn't. it's nothing like you. >> what, she's not as mean as i am? but i think she's very talented, yeah. the way that they make her up, i think she looks like me. >> she had the shirt and the wholg going on. now, do you, as you look at the next chapter in your life and career, what's next for you professionally? i know you take care of your family first and foremost, but what do you see yourself doing next? would you be in politics again? >> i appreciate, as i said earlier, what i'm doing now. that is helping to find candidates who are in it for the right reasons. they aren't looking at politics
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but as really a mission that they're on to make it better for their fellow man. i want to continue to do that, willie. find the candidates and hopefully get them elected. >> that's what you're working on now with donald trump. governor palin, pleasure to talk to you. >> thank you, willie. >> thank you for the back with i thought activia wasn't for me. until i realized how much our digestive systems handle during winter. 90 stressful days juggling hectic schedules. over 40 meals of heavy comfort foods like baked mac & cheese. no wonder after all that our digestive systems can act up. so try the activia two week challenge! enjoying activia twice a day for two weeks may help reduce the frequency of bloating, gas, discomfort or rumbling. try it! it works in two weeks or it's free. dannon skincare now becomes skinactive. new garnier skinactive clearly brighter. the active daily moisturizer with antioxidant vitamin c, that smoothes, boosts radiance and protects.
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of 65. the asheville, hendersonville area will see fog until late morning and a 50% chance of showers 11 am on. high of 60. mostly cloudy overnight with a few showers, lows of 44 to 50. mostly cloudy and mild tuesday, highs of 58 to 67 with a 40% chance of showerincreasing to 80% on wednesday. greenville, spartanburg, anderson will be most cloudy with a 20% chance of showers. southwest breezes at 5-9. high of 65. the asheville, hendersonville area will see fog until late morning and a 50% chance of showers 11 am on. high of 60. mostly cloudy overnight with a few showers, lows of 44 to 50. mostly cloudy and mild tuesday, highs of 58 to 67 with a 40% chance of showers
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taking a look at the headlines. world health organization is holding an emergency urgent meeting today to decide if the zika virus outbreak should be a global economy. the virus carried by mosquitos reached about two dozen countries, and the u.n. health agency said it is explosively in the americas. there are confirmed cases in the u.s. among people who have traveled to other countries, but no infected mosquitos have been found here. the cdc is expected to declare an end to chipotle's e. coli outbreak as soon as today. the wall street journal says investigators still haven't pinpointed the cause of the contamination that sickened more than 50 people in nine states. the chain is planning an
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campaign to woo back customers. some important health news for women. researchers say women who eat more fiber during adolescence and early adulthood could lowernd vegetable fiber. at the box office this weekend, "kung fu panda 3" pulled in $41 million. "the revenant," distant second. "star wars: the force awakens" third. it's national snack food month. what better time for united airlines to bring back free snacks? they're serving free snacks in economy. united is refocusing on the big and little things that matter to
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let's get a check of the weather right now from mr. roker, who is in iowa. al? >> they're serving waffles. you can't go wrong with that. let's look at your week's precipitation. the early part of the week we havezzard out of the rockies to the midwest. rain in the pacific northwest. as you get into the midweek period, heavy rain along the mid-atlantic coast to the southeast with severe weather. a real wintry mix out in the pacific northwest. nice in the midsection of the u.s. latter part of the week, things calm down. snow around the western great lakes. rain in the pacific northwest. temperatures, we're going to stay warm. eastern half of the u.s., much above normal through the southeast and northeast. much below in the rockies. midweek, the warm weather continues in the east. stays cold out west. though the cold air expands. the latter part of the week, much above normal temperatures move up to the
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anderson will be most cloudy with a 20% chance of showers. southwest breezes at 5-9. high of 65. the asheville, hendersonville area will see fog until late morning and a 50% chance of showers 11 am >> that's your latest weather. natalie, we're at the west end salvage, coffee shop and antique store. the table my monitor is on, this is the trunk of a 1963 studebaker daytona. >> i love that place.i want one of everything. >> there's a lot of stuff here. >> thanks, al. get home safely. now to a friendly competition. we have a game of clean slate. >> we're about to find out how much we really know t
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>> elizabeth is here to put us to the test. we have a clean slate because we have christian slater. >> hi. >> and you're writing your answers on a slate. >> yes. >> all i want you to do is write, t, for true, f for false, the letters. the first question, true or false, you should always put the lid down when you flush the toilet. >> you better do it, christian. >> true. >> absolutely. you all got it right. of course, it spreads germs so keep it down. also, clean your toilet once a month. >> you're saying the whole lid. >> right, it spreads. >> good thing we have a golden pizza. >> question two, what should you clean once a year using vinegar,
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a, cooking utensils. b, toothbrush. c, pots and pans. d, shower head. >> shower head. >> tamron, wow. you guys are good. >>hygienic. >> there's a lot of germs that build up there. the bag with vinegar to the head and sit it overnight, run hot water through it and it'll be clean. >> the water will run better. >> once a month, clean your a, hair brush. b, tweezer. c, nail clippers. >> hair brush. >> i'm going to go tweezers. i don't know what number -- >> tweezers is b. >> no, no, yes. >> that's right. brushes. >> once a month? >> once a month is fine. >> i do it once a week. >> i take care of mine.
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>> really? >> yes. >> golden case, yeah. >> shampoo, run it under warm water. dry it with a hair dryer. >> when you have oily skin, you have to do it more. i'm not doubting your expertise, but kind of. >> you guys can do it. christian and i are in the same thing here. doing a load of whites in hot water once a month will keep your washing machine free of germs. >> i don't know. >> false. >> true. >> it's false. your washing machine has a lot of germs. do your whites in hot water. once a month, take vinegar and take it through the hottest cycle. leave the door over if you have a front loading machine so mildew doesn't build up. question five, to keep shower and bath drains clean and clog
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it, pour half a cup of baking soda down the drain, followed by a half cup of, a, vodka. b, vinegar. c, bleach. >> vinegar. >> you're right. there is a chemical reaction. put the baking soda down. chase it down with vinegar. put a damp cloth over it and pour hot water over it. the hair will go away. vin fwaregar is the best cleaning product. baking soda and lemon and you're good to go. >> time for more one. >> true or false, plastic shower curtains should be run through a washing machine. >> what? >> true. >> false. >> you're -- tamron is right. basically, plastic shower curtains have the mildew buildup. put it in your washing machines with old towels and detergent and it'll scrub it clean. the winner of today's game, the magic plunger. >> just what i needed.
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>> no, no, no. i forfeit the title. >> after the golden pizza, you'll need that. >> too much! >> elizabeth, thank you. next, we are really going to get our game on with a super bowl snack that will win soup and sandwich and somewhere to go, and clean and real and nowhere to be, and warmth and looking good, and sandwich and soup and inside jokes, and dan is back! good, clean food pairs well with anything. the clean pairings menu. 500 calories or less. at panera.
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our kitchen team is tackling your game day menu. >> elizabeth, the deppbutante farmer, is here with favorite recipes. good morning. how are you? >> very well. >> we have a chipotle flank steak that's out of this world. it'll be in a flour torretilla and phenomenal. super bowl is like a snow day. it's all about the food. >> that's right. don't go anywhere. >> we have the grid here. flank steak, chipotle, sugar,ortillas. it's a poor man's meat. i eat it at my house all the time. brown sugar. balsamic. we'll also put in peppers. >> yes. >> don't cut them up or anything. >> exactly. >> once we zip this top, would you add a little bit of that to the mayonnaise?
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it'll be spicy, right? >> not too much. >> do yo do that. i'm going to work on the flank steak. >> okay. >> this pan has got to be hot. it needs to be as hot as you were in the '90s, brother. >> he's still hot. >> i know, but that's when i fell in love. anyway, we're going to get it really hot and add it. we want to make sure we brush off a lot of the marinade. otherwise, we're not going to get the gorgeous -- >> i'm since the '90s. now i have skills. >> let's talk about the jam now. this is a recipe we made. >> oh, moving. >> this is a recipe we make a lot on the farm in the summer. we'll make it in the winter so use canned tomatoes, which is fine. we have our garlic, onions. sauteed and beautiful. >> caramelized, right? >> exactly. we're adding paprika, little bit of ginger.
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we have some soy. lemon. little bit of salt and pepper. >> stand back, everybody. great recipe. >> this is phenomenal. honey of a biscuit with butter and crumble bacon on top. it's so good, it'll make you want to slap your mama. you've never had anything so fine. >> amazing. now we'll assemble, right? >> what we do, and you follow my lead. >> so good. how long did you cook the steak for? >> it's about five minutes per side. do it to the temperature you love. don't let anybody else dictate that. we have a little chipotle mayonnaise. who knows how to say that. is it chipotle, chipotle? >> chipotle. just say, the hot sauce. >> go that way, which is a different way. it's fine. we'll go up and up.
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kind of like you're sewing. isn't that fun? we also have caramelized bacon bites, or pig candy as we call it. wrap your bacon bites in the breadstick and roll it in brown sugar. it i phenomenal. tamron was stealing them a minute ago. aren't those good? >> you have to eat something, christian. >> okay. here we go. >> it doesn't matter that the caroli panthers -- >> oh, baby, that's good. >> doesn't matter the panthers are going to get their asses beat -- oh, can i say that? i can't believe i said that on the tv. you'll be a winner. >> you're not into the panthers? >> no. honey, no. >> thank you. >> take care. >> all the recipes on tamron, what's coming up? >> february is a great month for
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if being cooped up all winter gives you the urge to shop, february is one of the best months to find deals. >> stores are clearing out the last of their holiday and winter inver inventory with deep discounts. >> we have a research analyst here with us thi you. >> the first coinciding with the super bowl this sunday, tvs. >> tvs are interesting. no one thinks you would want to buy a tv during february. they're actually on massive discounts. back in january, there was a consumer electronics show where they debuted the new models. the older models, the retailers are trying to get them out.
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get discounts. walmart has rollbacks on the 2015 models. i saw a good samsung. >> a few budget-friendly items will make their way down the conveyer belt. starting with valentine's day chocolates and flowers. today is the 1st of the month but you say the sooner we purchase, the better. >> chocolate flowers, jewelry, everyone wants these. who doesn't want a bouquet of flowers, chocolates? >> right. >> stores like 1-08800 flowers are having discounts two weeks before valentine's day. put in your order early, 30% to 50% off. as we get closer to valentine's, it goes up. jewelry, retailers like blue nile has a discount of 60% to 90% off of jewelry.
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go on sale, but it's affordable. >> something on sale with taxes? >> i'm doing my taxes right now, with the help of my accountant. some of us don't have help from the accountant so you want software. turbo tax are putting their tax software on sale early. 30% to 50% off. on groupon, you can down count a coupon. get it 50% off. >> obviously, it's been a cold winter. where do we get good winter sales? >> it's been a warm winter. >> oh, my goodness. look at that. >> the reason why. >> cruise along with it here. this is what i look like in it. >> you're the model extraordinary. look how good that looks on you. >> i like it. >> a lot of the retailers are trying to get rid of old merchandise. it's winter stuff will be on clearance.
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mattress on the conveyer belt. >> they go on sale, like furniture. go to major retailers, sears, u.s. mattress, up to 50% off. >> home goods, too? >> home goods, general goods purchase this time of year. >> online, you'll find the best discounts there and might find free shipping. >> got your shopping done in your head? >> all set. valentine's day is coming. get ready. we're back in a moment.
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>> thank you so much. hey, guys, it's annie. now, if you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to save money, especially when it comes to your weekly grocery trip. well, with walmart every day low prices, saving money while keeping the pantry full... that's easier than you think. in head-to-head shopping, the total at walmart beat that of bi-lo. greenville, the total amount saved at walmart vs. bi-lo was $27.40 on this week's groceries - that's 19%. so head to walmart and see what you could save with their every day low prices. (singing) i just can't wait to meet you, sweet child you're on the way, i'm filled with expectation, and you're growing everyday...
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