'GMA' Deals and Steals Up to 56% Off

Get Exclusive Discounts on Products Made in America!

All of this week's "Deals and Steals" are items that were made in America and feature discounts up to 56 percent off on men's shirts, t-shirts, underwear and socks; knit drink insulators in a variety of colorful styles; bracelets; photo books that can be made in a snap from iPhones or Androids; and 14-inch tall pairs of candles to give your home a pop of color. All great gifts and real bargains -- all made in the U.S.A.

First, the fine print:

1. Use the promo codes and links provided below only on the dates listed to receive the savings.

2. All deals are available only while supplies last. There are no back orders or rain checks unless specified by the retailer.

3. Exclusive deals are applicable only to the items specified below. The savings are not applicable to other items on each site.

4. Deals cannot be combined with other coupons and offers.

5. Contact retailers directly for any questions about products, pricing and delivery before ordering online.

6. Shipping rates indicated below are valid in the continental U.S. only.

7. You might experience temporary technical issues because of the high volume of traffic. Thanks for your patience.

Freaker USA: Drink Insulators
Original: $10
GMA Exclusive Deal: $5
50% savings
Valid: 2/6/14
(No promo code needed when using this direct link) 
Keep your drinks cold and your hands dry with a Freaker. Designed and manufactured in Wilmington, North Carolina, Freaker USA launched in 2011 through a Kickstarter campaign, by sourcing locally, they help over 100 American jobs thrive. Freakers are one size fits all so you can use the same one on a water bottle, soda can or even a wine bottle. Available in a range of styles – this is also a clever way to keep track of your drink at a gathering. Limit 5 per customer. Shipping is $5. 

Flint and Tinder: Men’s Underwear and Apparel
Original: $16 to $85
GMA Exclusive Deal: $8 to $42.50
50% savings
Valid: 2/6/14
(Promo code: GMA2014) 
Until Flint and Tinder was established, 99% of men’s underwear sold in America came from another country. With their main facilities in Los Angeles and in New York City, Flint and Tinder created 34 full time jobs over the past 12 months. For every 1,000 pair of underwear sold per month, one full-time manufacturing job is added to the assembly line. A variety of underwear styles and colors are available to choose from as well as soft-washed pocket tees, button-up and 2-pack of socks. Sizes range from S-XXL. Shipping is $7 or free for orders over $100.

Fivestripes: Ana’s Candles Pair of Striped Pageant Tapered Candles
Original: $24
GMA Exclusive Deal: $12
50% savings
Valid: 2/6/14
(Promo code: GMA)
Accent your home with decorative candles with a color pop. Fivestripes hires all local labor and the wax and wicks for the candles are locally sourced. Fivestripes opened its factory in Trenton, NJ, in an effort to revitalize the manufacturing industry in a challenged area. Ana’s Candles uses paraffin wax, which is biodegradable and won’t harm the environment. These pairs of Pageant Tapers are 7/8” round and 14” high with 14 hours of burn time. Assortments of color combinations are available to choose from. Limit 3 per order. Shipping is $5.  

Links Jewelry: Classic 2-Row Bracelet
Original: $180
GMA Exclusive Deal: $80
56% savings
Valid: 2/6/14
(Promo code: GMA)
Accessorize with trendy, handmade bracelets that were created with the idea that when you buy something that makes you look good and feel good, you also do good. Made in Boca Raton, FL, Links Jewelry was formed in 2012 to support the vision of manufacturing materials in the US and also to help bring sustainable programs to Haiti by contributing 10% of the selling price to Sean Penn’s J/P Haitian Relief Organization. This classic bracelet, which has great weight, is available in either sterling silver or 14k yellow gold plated Rollo chain that is hand woven with soft leather. The adjustable sliding drawstring closure provides an easy fit. Select from six different color options. Shipping is $5.  

Mixbook, Inc: Mosaic Photo Book
Original: $20
GMA Exclusive Deal: $10
50% savings
Valid: 2/6/14
(No promo code needed when using this direct link) 
Enjoy your digital photos with a quick and easy photo book, made right on your iPhone. Headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, Mosaic’s products are manufactured on both the East Coast and West Coast to ensure a quick delivery time. A great way to give a personalized gift, upload 20 of your own photos in the order that you choose and they will come displayed in a 7”x7” hardcover book. To redeem, download the free Mosaic app and then you’ll receive a special code via the email address you enter by going to www.heymosaic.com/gma. The photo book must be created by you within the app. Available for Androids and iPhones running on iOS 5 or greater. Limit 1 per order. Shipping is $5. 

Samantha Faye: Wishbone Necklaces
Original: $50 to $56
GMA Exclusive Deal: $25 to $28
50% savings
Valid: 2/6/14
(No promo code needed when using this direct link) 
Bring good luck your way with a delicate pendant that's casual enough to be worn everyday. Designer Samantha Faye is all about keeping her business local, which is why her entire collection is made in Pawtucket, RI. A number of her pieces have been seen in InStyle and Lucky. The Wishbone Necklace hangs on an adjustable chain and is available in both small and large sizes. Choose from either sterling silver or 14k gold plating. Shipping is $5.

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