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Lesley Mitchell has been a business reporter at The Tribune since 1997, covering real estate, the retail industry, personal finance and economic development. A graduate of Utah State University's MBA program, Lesley, and her family, are dedicated to finding creative ways to save money, avoid debt and still have fun.

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Another Amazon.com freebie

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Share your favorite movie via Facebook and you can get a $2 credit in your Amazon.com account to use in the retailer's Instant Video department. You can use the credit toward the cost of streaming a movie or television show of your choice.

You can watch the show on your television, computer or other electronic device. Amazon.com has a number of movies, such as The Adventures of Tintin, available to stream for $1.99, so you would pay nothing to see that movie with the credit. Many other titles, such as War Horse or We Bought a Zoo cost $3.99 to rent, so you would pay only $2 after the credit. Go HERE for this offer.

Note: Make sure you're logged into both your Amazon.com and Facebook accounts before you type in your favorite movie into the prompt and click submit. If the credit was applied correctly, you'll see the following message:

Rock on! A $2 Amazon Instant Video credit has been added to your account.

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