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Big Coupon Weekend Ahead

Posted on Friday, July 31st, 2009 at 10:06 pm
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This is a big coupon weekend for newspapers, so be sure to get extras. There are two smart source inserts, a Red plum, a PG Brandsaver – AND a special Kellogg’s/Keebler flyer in select newspapers with a $10 rebate form. Don’t miss this one! See our PDF list of coupons featured this weekend here.

If you are in an area where there is a RiteAid, you might want to buy your extra papers there on Sunday. One of the single check rebates is for a free “Glam Bag” with free samples inside when you purchase three of the listed products: Sally Hansen, Loves’, Phisoderm, Maybelline, Clearasil, Veet, got2b, New York Color. If you’re in need of some new nail polish, the New York Color products are only 99 cents a bottle, making that your cheapest choice to qualify.

August continues to have good things at CVS. The first time you use your ExtraCare card in August you will get a coupon for a free gift at the bottom of your receipt. It will be fun to see what this turns out to be – I intend to take advantage of the ECB’s on Finish/Electrasol and use my remaining $2.50 coupons from The July 12 Smart Source. These expire August 9. The deal at CVS is to buy $20 of a group of products featuring Electrasol and Lysol items, and get $10 ExtraCare Bucks. Woo Hoo!

Speaking of coupons expiring August 9, take advantage of the Axe deal for a free movie ticket at Walgreens. Print the $1.50 coupon at Smartsource, and use the $1.00 and $1.50 coupons that appeared in Red Plum 5/17. These expire August 9. For three products you will get one free movie ticket, and for 5 you will get 2 free movie tickets.

Have a great weekend.

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