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Another Great Coupon Weekend

Posted on Friday, August 28th, 2009 at 6:44 pm
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This weekend you will find three inserts in the papers.  Smart Source, Red Plum, and P&G Brandsaver will have some really great offers for us.  Take a look here at the preview.  Remember, not all coupons will be in all papers.  This is a combination preview of several areas around the country.

Some of the really good deals you will find are these:
Another FREE roll of Marcal Small Steps or $1 off a multipack
Build-A-Bear workshop -$5 off any priced at $10 or more.
Soft Soap Ensembles – Buy any pump get $3 off replacement base
SoftSoap Nutri Serums Body Wash $1 (new product, watch for sales. This was also in the Smart Source Mailing)
Swiffer WetJet Refill Free wyb Swiffer WetJet Starter Kit
Tag Body Spray or Invisible Solid B1G1F
$2 off Farmland Quarter Spiral Ham

You should buy extra papers, or hunt them down.

P&G had a place for you to download internet coupons for additional savings.  It’s called P&G e-Saver, and if you sign up, you can print Proctor & Gamble coupons.  Now you can print Smart Source, Red Plum, and P&G coupons, and save even more money than before.

Don’t overlook the Target Coupons in this week’s newspaper.  You can find printable Target Coupons here. Remember, you can stack Target coupons with manufacturer coupons for additional savings.  Look for Purina Chef Michael’s Canine Creations and Shout Stain Remover Product among the Target coupons this week in the paper.

Recently, some people have reported having trouble using coupons at Walgreens and claiming the register reward.  Take a look at the ad this week.  By the ad for L’Oreal, you’ll see the Register Rewards mentioned, and an invitation to use coupons from this Sunday’s paper for additional savings.  Take the flyer with you when you shop in case there is an argument.  There are a lot of free deals at Walgreens this week with Register Rewards, and potential moneymakers with coupons.

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