320966632_ff1bfdee4bThe Blawgirl crawls the Interwebz to find steals and deals for the frugal law student and the competitive bargain shopper. Find a new Frugal Finds 11:30 (ish) p.m. PST every Monday through Saturday! Also, each post is updated as I come across items. You’re welcome.


  • Want to take a trip to San Francisco this weekend? If you’re in the Los Angeles area (Long Beach), you can fly up to San Francisco for $14 one-way! The offer from JetBlue is for flights booked today for travel by April 8. The flights from San Francisco to New York have already sold out, so it would probably be a good idea to jump on this deal quickly. (via DealNews) UPDATE (2:45): I just visited the JetBlue site and all four of the flights they were offering have been sold out!

Gadgets and Gear:


  • Amazon.com is offering Seasons 1-10 of “ER” for $163, which is quite a markdown from its list price of $468. If you missed the past decade of unpronounceable medical ailments there’s no better time than these last four months before orientation to catch up. Personally, I’m a “Grey’s Anatomy” kinda girl, but maybe the McGranddaddy of today’s medical dramas can cure your pre-law school ills (haha!). (via DealNews)
  • iTunes free downloads. “The Truth in 24” a documentary about racing.  Top app: Skype.
  • If you miss you some Buffy the Vampire Slayer, why not check out the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris. The HBO series “True Blood” is based on this vampire tale where humans and vamps live among each other. A box set with the six of the books in the series is available for $28 via Buy.com via treebeardbooks. (via DealNews)

Odds and Ends:

  • To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Old Spaghetti Factory is offering 40 percent off its pasta dinners on Tuesdays. Click here for a link to the coupon. (via CheapTweets via DaddyODeals)
  • Also, I just checked the Entertainment.com Web site again, and they’re still offering their 2009 entertainment books for all cities for $15. With free shipping, that’s up to $36 off select books, according to DealNews. Entertainment Books contain hundreds of 2-for-1 and 50 percent off coupons valid at many restaurants, hotels, and services in your area, just select the right book for your city! An example: The Orange County (Calif.) book regularly goes for $40, but is being offered at $15 with free shipping!

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