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Sunday Coupons – And TRIPLE at KMart???

Posted on Friday, April 17th, 2009 at 5:46 am
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This Sunday, we have some awesome deals coming in the Sunday coupon inserts. Finish/Electrasol dishwasher powertabs or gelpacs will once again have their coupon for $2.50 off one any size in Smart Source. Save this for sales that will come up this month, it expires May 15. These are particularly great when you can get several of these coupons, and find a buy one get one free sale. Also in Red Plum, find the Herbal Essences $2 off 2. Find the insert preview here, along with previews from other weeks.

Look in your supermarket for a tearpad with $1.50 off one Kraft Salad Dressing coupon.

KMart will be doubling coupons again, and in some areas tripling them. Go to and check out the location flyer to see if yours is doubling. And while you’re at Kmart, check out the deal on Kellogg’s cereals, 4 for $10 – and get a $5 K mart gift card when you buy 4 Kelloggs cereals. If you are looking to get some free Star Trek Tees, this might be a good opportunity for you to stock up.

At Kmart, Herbal Essence shampoo is on sale 2 for $6. Use the $2 off 2 in this Sunday’s paper, and double the coupon. You will get the shampoo for $1 each.

Here’s some great deals with coupons at Walmart stores:

Pringles – on sale for $1 each, use the $1 off two coupon from the 4/5 P&G Bransaver insert.

Axe Shower Gel – trial size is 97 cents. Use the $1 off one coupon from the 4/5 Red Plum insert. YMMV (Your Mileage May Vary) with this deal.

Suave Deodorant – 94 cents!!!! Use the 50 cent coupon from the 3/29 Smart Source, and pay only 44 cents after coupon.

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