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I had previously had a 50% off for Lumosity.com and now I can't locate code.  Anyone know the code for 50% or similar offer?  Lastly, are there other similar sites for brain exercises?
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Try this one...
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One of the best brain exercises I know is to answer questions in here. It really puts your head to work.

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Anyone else have any ideas?
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Back in the days it was fairly easy to find a 50% coupon, but not anymore it seems...
I got this one in the mail for 25%: link
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