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Coupons – In the Newspaper, and In Print!

Posted on Friday, June 5th, 2009 at 11:02 pm
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Our weekly insert preview is up. Take a look here.

There are three inserts this week; SmartSource, Red Plum, and Proctor and Gamble. Be sure to check out the P&G Brandsaver this week when you take advantage of more double coupon savings at K mart.

KMart is doubling at many stores they haven’t doubled at before. Check your local Kmart to see if they are participating. Word is that all stores are participating except in the following locations: Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands, and some stores in California, Florida, Indiana and Pennsylvania.

The limit is 10 coupons per customer per day. Boo hiss. Here’s what you can do about that – team up with family members. Take your spouse shopping. Plan the trip. And if you find great deals, come back. Hopefully they won’t run out with those restrictions.

KMart is having some great sales this week on Proctor and Gamble items. You’ll find the coupons in this week’s brandsaver. Note that there are some buy one get 50% off sales – see if they will accept a coupon for each item and double it.

I’ve been adding items to our printable coupons list. Coupons.com has the new group of coupons up, and you can find them here. Don’t forget to check out the list of assorted printable coupons – and please let me know if you find something that is not there or that is expired. I update weekly, but I’m only human! And there is so much money to save!

We’re always expanding our partnerships to bring you the best in savings. We’ll be adding some coupons for local services shortly. Stay tuned!

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