Coupons May 16 - Smartsource, Freebies, and Huggies Printables!
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Coupons May 16 – Smartsource, Freebies, and Huggies Printables!

Posted on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 at 10:34 am
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There is a Smart Source and a Red Plum insert in this weekend’s newspaper, and they are huge.  You can see our preview here.  Look for another Marcal freebie – a free single package of toilet or facial tissue.  This makes it worth finding extra inserts if you can.  If you’re fond of Stella D’Oro cookies like I am, you’ll be happy to see a coupon for $1/2.  You don’t see these too often.  There is also a form for a Finesse $3 rebate, and a $1 coupon for Finesse.

If you haven’t looked at our printable coupon section lately, you really need to do that before these coupons are gone.  There are Campbell’s coupons for Chunky Soups, and $3 coupons for Huggies Diapers and baby wipes. There is also a $5 coupon for any Aveeno Ageless Vitality product.  Don’t miss out on the $3 coupons for select Blu-Ray DVDs.  These are from Coupons.com, and they tend to be pulled after a limited number of printings, so they may not be up all month.

If you are furniture shopping, this weekend is a “kids eat free” weekend at IKEA.  Shopping there is a very pleasant experience, there are play areas for the kids, and a cafeteria.  The food is good, and where else can your kids get a free meal?  Check it out.

Have a happy summer weekend!

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