Coupon Bonanza This Weekend (March 15 2009)
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Coupon Bonanza This Weekend (March 15 2009)

Posted on Friday, March 13th, 2009 at 11:09 am
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There are three Sunday coupon inserts being published in newspapers this weekend.  Take a look here.

The P&G Brandsaver insert looks a bit light this time, but with a $1.00 off Secret Deodorant, and $1.00 off two Pringles cans, you likely can combine these with sales to obtain these products half price – and that’s not counting the savings you’ll have if your stores double coupons.

In the Smart Source insert, you have $4 off Alaway Antihistimine Eye drops.  You can also print a coupon for these here. This sells for $13.99 regular price at Walgreens, so look for sales and stock up as best you can if you use this product.  The Smart Source insert also has a coupon for a free pack of Wrigley’s.  Enjoy!

Some of the Red Plum inserts will feature a lot of high value coupons ($1.00 and up) for Dove Products.  These may not be available in all areas.  Those of you who are now receiving Red Plum inserts in the mail from Valassis instead of being able to clip the Red Plum coupons from your local paper – let us know if you have any problem with delivery, or if the coupons are very different from what you are seeing in the weekly lists of inserts from around the country.  You might want to keep an eye out for a Valassis mailer which promotes The Letter Carrier’s Annual Food Drive on May 9.  They are announcing this in ValPak and Red Plum mailers.  It will be interesting to see if there are different coupons to help this particular drive – Campbells is a sponsor, along with various non profits and the AFL-CIO. You can print Red Plum coupons here.

You can find more printable coupons elsewhere on this site – click the tab at the top of the page for printable coupons – and soon we will have a comprehensive list of printables from various sources, updated weekly.

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