Happy Memorial Day! General Mills Coupons in Your Paper
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Happy Memorial Day! General Mills Coupons in Your Paper

Posted on Saturday, May 29th, 2010 at 5:01 pm
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Happy Memorial Day!  There are no Smart Source or Red Plum coupon inserts in the newspapers this weekend due to the holiday.  There will be a small insert of General Mills coupons in some papers.  Here’s a list:

Cheerios Brands  $1/2
GM Cereals Basic4, Fiber One, Honey Nut Clusters, Oatmeal Crisp, Raisin Nut Bran, Total & Wheaties $1/2
GM Cereals: Boo Berry, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Cookie Crisp, Count Chocula, Dora the Explorer, Franken Berry, Golden Grahams, Kix, Lucky Charms, Reese’s Puffs & Trix $1/2
Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie Mixes .75/2
Betty Crocker Cookie Mix, 17.5+ oz pouch .50/1
Betty Crocker FiberOne Chewy Bars or Fiber One 90 Calorie Chewy Bars .50/2
Nature Valley Granola Bars.75/2
Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Granola Bars .50/1
Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods Products .75/3
Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza Products .50/3
Totino’s Rolls Snacks .40/2
Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meals .75/3
Yoplait Frozen Smoothie $1/1
Wanchai Ferry Frozen Entrée $1.50/1
Yoplait Yogurt Cups or Yoplait Original or Light Smoothie .40/6
Yoplait Yogurt Cups or Yoplait Original or Light Smoothie .50/8
Yoplait Go-GURT Yogurt .75/2

This is just enough to tide you over until next week!  Enjoy the holiday!

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