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Posted on Saturday, September 5th, 2009 at 8:09 am
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Happy Labor Day! There are no coupon inserts this weekend – there typically are not for Labor Day, although it is a big shopping weekend.  And, it’s a big cooking weekend for some people.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your fix of coupon news.  I have a few resources to tell you about.

You can get a great booklet at Walgreens. All coupons expire on 12/31/2009. These are all cold and flu items.  Some are Walgreens coupons, some are manufacturer coupons.  Featured brands include Theraflu, Airborne, Claritin, Alka Seltzer, Comtrex, Pedialyte, and others.  There will also be a register reward beginning 9/27 for a $5 Register reward when you buy two participating Vics items.  Look for coupons on these.  They include Nyquil, Dayquil, Vaposyrup, and Vicks 44.

E coupons are up at UPromise, and there are some good ones.  You can join Upromise and load these to your store loyalty cards.  There are two coupons for Blue Bunny – $1 off one Aspen Frozen Yogurt Granola Bars and $1 off one Sedona Frozen Yogurt Granola Sandwiches.  Load these onto your store loyalty card, and then download this form.  Hurry – it is for a free Labor Day Aspen or Sedona item.  You must make the purchase from Sept 5-7 and the receipt must be dated.  You have up to 9/19 to send it in.

So let’s see – I think that means a profit!  You get it free and by using the coupon they have paid you to take it away!

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