Coupons and Rebate Offers That Expire Soon
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Coupons and Rebate Offers That Expire Soon

Posted on Thursday, December 24th, 2009 at 7:21 am
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There are a lot of printable coupons and rebate offers that expire at the end of December or shortly thereafter.  Here’s a list of a few of them.  Most of the rebates expire Dec 31, a few of them go into March.

A Free Taco From Taco Bell. This coupon expires 7 days after you print it, and you can only print one.

$1 Pillsbury Cookie Dough – sign up to print coupons for Pillsbury.   You will likely see sales on the holiday dough after Christmas. 12/31/2009

This one goes into March – Buy $10 of participating Con Agra products by 3/28/2010, get $25 in savings and offers. I think you re supposed to do this in one visit to a supercenter store.

Nature Valley Chew Trail Mix Dark Chocolate and Nut – Try me free!
Value to $3.39

Seattle’s Best Coffee: Money back Guarantee. Expires 12/31/2009

Free Power Bar Sample 12/31/2009

Prestone Buy One Get One Free offer:  2/28/2010

Try Feline Fresh Cat Litter for Free: 12/31/2009

Act II Popcorn Money Back Guarantee: 12/31/2009

There is only one Proctor and Gamble insert in the newspapers this weekend.  Use this week to clean out your expired coupons and make use of them if you need to before December 31.  Your coupon file will be a lot lighter, but never fear.  In January there are usually lots of inserts and promotions with coupons, so it will fill up again!

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