Happy Sunday! Two Inserts for You!
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Happy Sunday! Two Inserts for You!

Posted on Friday, January 29th, 2010 at 8:20 pm
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We’ve got LOTS of coupons in the inserts this Sunday.  There is a Smart Source and a RedPlum, and they are FAT with deals.  In some areas, you will find coupons that are good at Petsmart only.  That’s good for pet owners.  All together there are over 160 coupons in this week’s newspaper.  Gosh, all this and coupons.com too!  Find the Sunday insert preview here.

In the RedPlum, you’ll find an announcement to call 1-800-540-0923 for a recording about a money back guarantee for L’Oreal Revitalift Deep-Set Wrinkle Repair up to $19.99.  You have to buy the product between 1/31/2010 and 4/30/2010, and there is no form.  You have to write the reason why you are not satisfied, and send it to L’Oreal Revitalift Deep-Set Wrinkle Repair Guarantee Offer, Box 6002, Morton Grove, IL 60053.  You don’t need a form, but the recording at the 800 number isn’t very good.

On Sunday, February 7, there will be a P&G insert, and it will be full of buy one get one free coupons.  You’ll also see some high value coupons for your favorite brands.  I can’t wait to combine these with buy one get one free sales in the stores.

Happy Superbowl Sunday next week!

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