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Incredible Coupon Weekend!

Posted on Friday, July 30th, 2010 at 7:41 pm
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This is the weekend to get extra newspapers, and have friends, and relatives give you their coupon inserts, and even get your kids involved in finding extra newspapers.  There are two Red Plum inserts this weekend, plus a Smart Source, PLUS a P&G Brandsaver!  Wow.  There could be over 200 coupons in your newspaper this weekend.  See our preview here.

Here are some of the goodies:

P&G Brandsaver
Pampers wipes – B1G1F
Secret Soothing Effects buy one and Get $5 off Olay Regenerist Facial Moisturizer – P&G

Smart Source
Glade Jar Candle 4 oz $1
Glade Plugins Scented Oil Lasting Impressions Holder $3
Glade Plugins Scented Oil Twin Refill $2
Glade Scented Oil Candles $1
You’ll find specials on Glade in stores, so it is a good way to stock up if you use these
Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Chunk or Soft Baked Cookies .75
Pepperidge Farm Distinctive Cookies .60
Pledge MultiSurface Aerosol B1G1F

Red Plum #1
Joint Juice ready to drink supplement or drink mix $2
Look for deals at Walgreen’s for these
L’Oreal Hair Care excluding Styling $1 Walgreen’s coupon
L’Oreal Hair Color $2 Walgreen’s coupon
L’Oreal Cosmetics $1 Walgreen’s coupon
L’Oreal Skin Cleansers $1 Walgreen’s coupon

Red Plum #2
Degree Men Adrenaline or Women Natureffects Deodorant or Body Mist $1.25
Kellogg’s Cereals $1.00/3
Kellogg’s cereals 10oz+ $1/2 Target
Kellogg’s snack items 12 ct pop tarts or 8 ct nutri-grain bars $1/2 Target
L’Oreal Excellence or Excellence to-Go Shade $2
L’Oreal Root Rescue $2
Wishbone or Wishbone Western Dressings $1.25/2

Have fun!

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