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Great Deals with Insert and Printable Coupons

Posted on Saturday, June 20th, 2009 at 2:43 pm
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This week’s coupon insert preview is posted here. There is a SmartSource, and a small Red Plum.

There’s a $2 coupon on Starbucks Ice Cream in Smart Source.  With this new product being offered on sale in select stores, this is sure to be a very good deal.  Publix has these on sale Buy One get One free, so if this is in your area, stock up.  There is also a $1.50 printable coupon for Starbucks ice cream here, and a sign up for a $1.00 printable coupon here.

There are also more coupons for Kraft products, and sales on these continue.  Save them, and match them up for the best deals in your area.

Planning your shopping trip is really important for additional savings.  Just like the Starbucks ice cream deal, it pays to combine insert coupons with printables to take advantage of doubling, Buy 1 Get 1 Free sales, or just to buy as much of a product as you can when it is offered at a really great price.

If you are in Idaho or Utah, be sure to visit Enter your zip code and get great printable coupons off dairy products – any milk, any yogurt, any cheese.  What a great deal! also has other super offers.  There’s a coupon for $3 off Huggies Pure & Natural diapers, and a coupon for $5 off any Rite Aid purchase of $25.  Combine this with Rite Aid’s in store rebates for extra savings.

Have a very Happy Father’s day, and enjoy the savings!

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