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New Coupon Calendars

Posted on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 at 3:49 pm
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Isn’t it wonderful the number of ways that we can get free coupons? We have printable coupons, online coupon codes, Sunday insert coupons, and even coupon booklets we can get in the mail. There are coupons found in magazines, too.

Actually, individual stores are now getting into the act, with magazines that not only contain great articles but also give you lots of store specific coupons. And you know what else? Lately there has been another source: manufacture coupon calendars!

Here are some of the current offers out there.

Hershey’s is offering a free baking calendar. It is packed with both recipes and coupons, two of my favorite things. Of course, you also get the calendar itself. For this offer, you will need to send in four proof of purchases. Honestly, I found the proof of purchases just in my pantry. Go to for details.

Walmart and Nestle are offering a “Back to School” savings calendar that contains $20 worth of various manufacturer coupons for products such as Juicy Juice, Hot Pockets and Stouffers Lasagna. There is still time to get this coupon calendar.

Also in the back to school theme is Nabisco. They are offering a calendar with a whopping $55 worth of coupons on everything from Chips Ahoy cookies to Capri Sun juice pouches. You’ll get savings throughout the year.

As a bonus, make sure to look for a couple of coupon booklets and magazines out there. The first is Walgreen’s ABC’s Coupon Booklet and the second is CVS’s Reinventing Beauty Magazine (this one costs $.99)

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