v0000051The 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.

Alerts:

  • Last night hotel stay for free, and $40 a night at select beach hotels. Get in a wet T-shirt contest or two, or whatever you kids are doing these days, before school starts in the fall. Expedia.com is currently holding its Spring Break sale where travelers can get their last night’s stay for free on qualifying stays of three, four or five nights at over 700 hotels. Destinations include Las Vegas, Cancun, New York City, the Caribbean and Hawaii. Book by today for travel through May 15. Also certain beach hotels are available starting at $40 per night during the Beach Sale. Book by May 5 for travel by July 14. (via DealNews)

Gadgets and Gear:

Entertainment:

  • Free music samplers. If you haven’t already, pick up Amazon.com’s free Sub Pop Sampler, which features 11 songs from Sub Pop Records artists including Fleet Foxes, Flight of the Conchords and Iron & Wine. While you’re there you may also want to check out the free Anti- Sampler, which features 13 songs from Anti- Records artists including Neko Case and The Aggrolites.

Odds and Ends:

  • $90 men’s bike. If you’re lucky enough to be within bike-riding distance to campus, Sears offers the Pacific Men’s 26″ Stratus Mountain Bike for $89.99 with $16.50 for shipping. (via DealNews)
  • Boots from $12 a pair. Also, Sears is currently offering a selection of women’s boots for $11.99 a pair with shipping starting at $6.25. Check out the collection available here. The sizes are limited – I wear a size 5, so no shoezies for me – but some of the styles are actually quite workable. The boot styles vary from ankle boots, to mid-calf to knee-highs, so there’s a great, affordable selection to choose from. (via DealNews)

And for some reason, the last two entries made me think about this clip. Enjoy!

Photo: Julie Anne Ines / Negril, Jamaica, July 2008

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