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The use of Email
In order to keep you informed we occasionally send you emails. We also send a weekly newsletter that features some of our best deals to help you save more. You may choose not to receive newsletters from us by informing us at any time.
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Use of Third Parties
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What is a Cookie?
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Controlling Your Privacy
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