Coupon Inserts September 27 and Doubles at Kmart
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Coupon Inserts September 27 and Doubles at Kmart

Posted on Saturday, September 26th, 2009 at 3:21 pm
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This week’s newspapers are chock full of a huge selection of grocery coupons.  There are three inserts, a Smart Source, a Red Plum, and a P&G BrandSaver.  Find them here.

There is good news for K Mart shoppers, but it is not as good as it could be.  Select K Mart stores will again be doubling coupons, but only the ones from this Sunday’s P&G BrandSaver insert.  They will double up to $2 face value, with a limit of 5 coupons per day per customer doubled.

I mean really, why bother?

That said, there are lots of $1+ coupons in the P&G insert.  So if KMart is convenient, and you are well organized, go and get your five doubles per customer per day.  This might be the time to have your family members go to K Mart with you and all check out separately if you find a good deal.

Lets hope that the store staff knows they are doubling, and knows the rules.  You might want to bring your local circular with you to be certain.

Also in the P&G Insert, check out Walgreens deals.  Gillette Fusion Razors are on sale at Walgreens, for $8.99.  Use the $4 coupon in the insert, and your out of pocket cost is $4.99.  Get a $6 register reward!

Other high value coupons this week are Act $2 (SS), Enfamil premium $5 (SS),  L’Oreal Everpure Shampoo, Conditioner, or Treatment $2 (SS), Tombstone 12″ $1.50 (SS), Lea & Perrins Worchestershire Sauce $2 (RP) , Febreze Air Effects FREE when you buy any Febreze Candle (PG), Mr Clean Magic Eraser B1G1F, Mr Clean Spray free when you buy Mr Clean Liquid (Both PG) .

This is certainly a weekend worth buying extra newspapers, and rounding up your search for discarded inserts.  Happy deal hunting!

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