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Posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 at 2:07 pm
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Our printable coupon list is up and running. Find it here, and find the links for many printable grocery coupons, or places to sign up for them with manufacturers.

Click here to print a rebate form for $3 back on Lysol purchases:  $3 Lysol

There was a $1 coupon in the Smart Source 3/1/2009 insert for Sure Deodorant. Click these links to find three different rebates for Sure – all require having the “try me free” sticker on the cap.
Sure Men’s
Sure Naturals
Sure Max

Want to check what insert has what coupon? Use our insert lists here.

Many of us can’t be bothered with clipping, but we keep track of our coupons by insert. We go to the supermarket with our notebooks, inserts filed by date, and a master list. Then at the market, cut out the coupon you need. Our pdf list is great for this. Note that not all coupons on the pdf will appear in your local paper – my lists vary from others since I combine information from Florida, Pennsylvania, and Ohio (where I have family and trading buddies). This convenient list of Sunday insert coupons is a great thing to have if you file your coupons and track your deals by insert.

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