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Spring has sprung, and with that comes a few annual spring rituals. Laura Thornquist shares today's Insider Savings deals.


This is not one of my favorite spring rituals, but boy my house always looks and smells better after I do it.

Yes, it's spring cleaning time and this week at Walgreens, you can pick up some deals on household cleaners. Grab two such products - including Fantastik, Windex, Shout, Scrubbing Bubbles Bath Cleaner or Foamer - for only $6.

You can get a better deal if you go through the Walgreens coupon book and clip a few coupons in the Smart Source insert from Sunday's paper.

After coupons, you can get the products for only $1.95 each. I show you how to do it on my website, my dfwmommy.com.

And, while you are there, you can find a box of Claritin for $19.99 when you buy one, you get $3 back in register rewards. This and a $5 off coupon in Sunday's Smart Source insert will bring the Claritin total to only $11.99.

This is my favorite spring ritual, a trip to the Dallas Arboretum for Dallas Blooms.

This is the 28th year for Dallas Blooms at the Dallas Arboretum. Dallas Blooms, presented by Capital One Bank, features 600,000 flowers including tulips, daffodils, Dutch Iris, hyacinths, pansies, and thousands of others.

Plus, you'll see over 100 Cherry Blossom trees.

And, as part of Dallas Blooms, the Arboretum will launch its Small Houses of Great Artists exhibit through December.It's a great time to visit the Dallas Arboretum, and right now I have 10 Family four-packs to giveaway. Visit my website and enter to win.

Don't forget there are a lot of great family events coming up on Good Friday and Easter weekend.

And stop by Smashburger before you go. I have a coupon good for a buy-one-get-one free Fresh Mex Burger or Chicken Sandwich. All you have to do is stop by the Smashburger Facebook page.
Just like them, click on the Smashburger Fresh Mex Coupon and your coupon will be sent to your e-mail box.

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