Debbie's Deals: Mother's Day 2013 deals, coupons and freebies

Mother's Day is Sunday (May 12th this year) and here are some freebies and deals to save you money as you honor the moms in your life.

Moms get a free yogurt (up to 6 ounces) Sunday at TCBY. Details:

Take Mom to Champps Americana this weekend, May 10-12, and she'll get a special card to get $10 off a $30 purchase each month. Details:

Moms get breakfast and a cup of coffee for 99 cents at IKEA on Sunday from opening until 11 a.m. It's only as savings of $1.98, but if Mom wants to go shopping, you'll save $2 on breakfast. Details:

Take Mom to an early lunch at Texas Roadhouse and get a free sidekick of ribs or grilled shrimp. Early is the key word here. The restaurant opens at 10 a.m. on Sunday and you have to be seated by 11 a.m. to get this deal. You will need to print this:  Thanks to for this tip!

Moms eat free at Hooters on Sunday (up to $10) when you buy Mom a drink. Dine-in only. Info:

Take Mom out to eat on Friday or Saturday at Outback Steakhouse and get $8 off two entrees with this coupon: Coupon is not good on Sunday.

Moms (and everyone else) get free admission at the Denver Botanic Gardens on Friday and Saturday. It's the Gardens' annual plant sale. The plants cost money, but admission to the gardens is free whether you shop or not. Learn more: Thanks to Wil Jones at the gardens for this tip.

Everyone also gets in free Sunday at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The free admission is only for the museum, it does not include the IMAX or special exhibits. See all the free days at local museums and the zoo:

Moms get free admission at Centennial Village Museum in Greeley on Sunday.  Centennial Village is open 12 – 4 p.m. on Sundays. Thanks to Major for this tip.

If you want to get Mom roses for Mother's Day, the best deal is at Sprouts Farmer's Market -- $7.99 a dozen. Learn more on MileHighOnTheCheap's website:

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