Coupons, Coupons, and More Coupons: In Newspaper, Store, and Facebook
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Coupons, Coupons, and More Coupons: In Newspaper, Store, and Facebook

Posted on Saturday, April 24th, 2010 at 3:16 pm
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There’s a Smart Source and a Red Plum insert in this weekend’s newspaper.  Our list is here. There’s another Marcal Small Steps free coupon, and they now are printing limits of one per person.  I guess you can’t accumulate these and cash out all at once at the store.  There are also some high value coupons on Bertolli, Tropicana, and L’Oreal products.  You know the deals at the drugstore chains and Target will be coming up for those.

The newspaper is not the only source of coupons that have been recently released.  Walgreens just came out with their in store coupon book, and many of the coupons match those that have recently been in the papers. This means some extra money off, when you match them.  Use our list to look up the newspaper insert coupons when you get one of Walgreens books. You can usually use a Walgreens and a manufacturers coupon on the same item.

There is a new coupon booklet in the major grocery stores – I’ve seen it at Food Lion and Kroger, and I hear that it is at other major chains.  One reader reports seeing it at Publix. The ShrekTastic book of savings includes the following:

General Mills cereals $1/2 — three of them
Green Giant frozen bagged veggies $1/2
Yoplait GoGurt $1
Fruit Roll Up Mini Rolls Fruit Snacks $1/2
Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie Mix $1/2
Bisquick $1
Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods $1/2
Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Breads $1/2

Don’t forget, there are even more offers on Facebook.  Right now you can become a fan of Frito-Lay and print a Buy one get one free coupon for Kettle Cooked Chips while supplies last (up to $3)

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