First Sunday Coupons of the Year – 5 Inserts!
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First Sunday Coupons of the Year – 5 Inserts!

Posted on Thursday, January 1st, 2009 at 1:00 am
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Well, this is the way to start the new year – with a lot of coupons!  I hope you cleaned out all your expired ones and used them for great savings the last few days.  Our list is here.

There are five inserts this Sunday, three Smart Source and two Red Plum.  It’s definitely a Sunday to buy extra newspapers.  You’ll find coupons for Campbell’s soup, Progresso, Frito Lay, and a $2.50 coupon for Finish Quantum Gelpacs or Powerball Tabs.  I love to use those on buy one get one free sales, since they usually make the sale near free.  One Smart Source is completely General Mills products.  There are also high value coupons on pain relievers, cold products, and a $10 Alli coupon.  Great deals and great shopping await you!.

I’ll be using these in the coming week with different sales at Walgreens, CVS, and other stores.  Watch this space for matchups and totals.  It is a little game I like to play to start off the new year right, stocking up and saving money!

Have a safe and happy new year!

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