Happy Easter! P&G Brandsaver, KMart Double Coupons
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Happy Easter! P&G Brandsaver, KMart Double Coupons

Posted on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 at 4:27 pm
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Happy Easter!  Usually there are no newspaper inserts on a holiday weekend, but P&G Brandsaver has one for this Sunday.  You’ll find our usual preview here.

If you are getting ready for the KMart double coupons this week, here are a few things to keep in mind:

1.  Check with your store to see if they are doubling.  It may not be advertised on your local flyer.

2.  Only five coupons are doubled per customer per day, up to $2.  You must have a Kmart Shop Your Way rewards card.  The card is scanned, and you are allowed 5 doubles per day.  You get a 1% rebate on all purchases with the card. The computer will be programmed so that if you try a second transaction to double more coupons, it won’t work.

3.  Look for specials where you can get 2% back on your card.  You’ll also usually get a little bonus on your register tape, like free candy or soap.  You can spend your rewards on a future purchase.

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