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Newman’s Own Printable Coupons

Posted on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 at 6:57 am
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Save on your grocery bill with Coupons

Save on your grocery bill with Coupons

There are several Newmans’ Own printable coupons out there right now.

The Newman’s Own website has three available coupons:

$.50/1 dressing, marinade, pasta sauce, salsa, popcorn or drink
$1/1 Thin and Crispy Pizza
$1/1 Sweet Enough Cereal

Plus there are additional backdoor coupons!

$1/1 Soy Crisps
$.75/1 Fig Newman’s
$.75/Training Treats

Saving Naturally posted an exclusive Redplum coupon here. It is $.75 off of one dressing. I hope this one doubles.

There is a bricks coupon for $150/2, which will come in handy if your store doesn’t double. You can use it on both pasta sauce and dressing.

Does anyone have any good store match ups on these?

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