2433511891_a6ec0dc784_oThe 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.

Earth Day (today!) Deals:

  • Fresh & Easy will be giving away free canvas tote bags to customers who purchase $10 or more today. Find your nearest Fresh & Easy here.
  • Amazon.com offers discounts on several green and environmentally-friendly product lines. Get free shipping on orders of $25 or more. (via DealNews)
  • Girlawhirl.com has a list of deals you can get today, including 15 percent off your purchase at your local Sports Authority. Check out the full list here.
  • According to the DailyGreen.com, Paul Mitchell has kicked off its “Cut Hair, Not Trees” campaign. Paul Mitchell schools will cut your hair for $10 to $15 from April 20 through 24. All hair clippings will be donated to Matter of Trust, which makes human hair mats to clean up oil spills. Visit PaulMitchellTheSchool.com to find a Paul Mitchell school near you. Find more deals like this at the DailyGreen.com.

Gadgets and Gear:

Recycle your old computer. Dell recycles your old Dell notebook or computer for free. Also, if you purchase a new notebook or computer, they will recycle your old system, regardless of the brand for free. Check out the program here. And here’s some information from the Environmental Protection Agency on how to recycle your old electronics.


Studenthacks.org has a couple of interesting ways to recycle your old books. You can make a shelf out of them, trade them in, hide your money from the government in them your secret stash stuff in them, build a clock, etc. Check out the full list here.

Odds and Ends:

  • $20 raver’s delight. HandHeldItems.com has the LED Sound Activated EQ T-Shirt, a T-shirt with an embedded graphic equalizer, for $24.99, but coupon code “ledshirts” brings the price to $19.99 with $5.95 for shipping. The shirt looks like it’d be a great conversation starter, but could be a little bit annoying if a date were wearing it. Thankfully, you can shut the thing on or off (the shirt, not your date, sorry). Or, if you wanted to point out how shrill the other person you’re talking to is, you can subtly do so by turning this sucker on. Check it out in action!

If you didn’t catch the subtle, pop-culture reference in the heading for the item above, I recommend you also check this out.

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