pensHere are this week's Five Fabulous Finds from Coupon Cravings, including free chocolate cake, hot dogs, coffee and cereal. Plus, get Sharpie pens for only a penny and loads of school supplies for a buck or less.





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1) Celebrating your birthday this month? Head to Domino's Pizza for a free Chocolate Lava Crunch Cake on your big day. No purchase is necessary, but proof of date is required.

2) For more free food, stop by Corner Bakery to get a free coffee with any breakfast entrée purchase or get a free 100% Angus Beef Chicago Dog at Wienerschnitzel when you purchase a second Chicago Dog. Or, head to Arby's on Wednesday (August 12) for a free Roast Chicken Club Sandwich with any soft drink purchase.

3) Smell good with a free aromatherapy item with any $15 purchase at Bath & Body Works. Or, get a free Glade Fall Into Fragrance Gift Pack from Right @ Home.

4) Not quite a freebie, but get a Sharpie at Office Max for only a penny through Saturday (August 8). There are also loads of back-to-school finds at Staples and Office Depot for a buck or less.

5) Want more free stuff? Get a free sample kit of Scope Outlast or a free sample of Honey Nut Cheerios. You can even get a free 2010 calendar from Annie's Homegrown with loads of coupons for organic mac & cheese, bunny crackers, fruit snacks and more.

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