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By Jen Birkhofer

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Welcome to our daily series for TODAY Shopping: Deal of the Day!

Every day at 10 a.m. EST, we will reveal an exclusive deal of 25 percent off or more. This deal can only be found on our Shop TODAY Facebook page and will run for just 24 hours. There will be a new deal every day, so be sure to act fast!

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Deal of the Day: January 30

Today only, For Better Not Worse is offering 45 percent off their hilarious t-shirts for a good cause. Originally priced at $68, you can get a "Road Trips to Anywhere" or "My Dog is my Therapist" T-shirt for only $38 with code FBNWTODAY1.

Use the discount code FBNWTODAY1 at checkout!

Cozy up to confide in man's best friend or buckle in for a long adventure in one of For Better Not Worse's slouchy dolman T-shirt. Perfect for cheering up a friend or expressing your inner-child, these fun tops from are sure to brighten someone's day.

We loves this brand because for each item sold, For Better Not Worse gives a bag of groceries to a child in need in the U.S. According to their website, they distribute the bags of groceries monthly at food drops to the Boys and Girls Club. Now this is a purchase you can feel good about!