Cellphone bills can be a huge money sucker, but seniors 65 and older get a break through Verizon's Nationwide 65 Plus Plan, which offers fewer anytime minutes than the regular nationwide plan, but for a lower price. The idea is that many seniors don't need as many anytime minutes as other cellphone users. The single-line plan is $29.99 per month and includes 200 anytime minutes. It maintains unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling to any other Verizon Wireless (VZ - Get Report) customer, though, so it's a great option if you have family members on Verizon. The plan isn't eligible for BlackBerry devices. Free doughnut at Dunkin' Donuts
This deal is new as of March 1, so we couldn't resist telling you about it. AARP members can get a free doughnut with the purchase of a large or extra-large hot coffee when they show their membership card at Dunkin' Donuts (DNKN - Get Report). You can only get one free doughnut per transaction, and the offer is valid for just one year -- through Feb. 28, 2013 -- at participating locations. To become an AARP member, you have to be 50 or older and pay a membership fee ($16 for one year, $43 for three years or $63 for five years).