No Coupon Inserts, But Great Deals in Stores!
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No Coupon Inserts, But Great Deals in Stores!

Posted on Friday, December 18th, 2009 at 11:59 am
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There are no coupons in the paper this weekend, as this is one of the times that manufacturers take a vacation.  There will be a P&G insert Dec 27.  Never fear, they usually start off January with a huge push, so you’ll have lots to clip later.  Meantime, enjoy the holidays and catch up on your clipping, organizing, and weeding out.  A lot of coupons expire December 31.

You have some great deals coming up.  On Dec 20, CVS has Nivea Body Wash going on sale for $5.99, with a $5 ECB.  Use the $2 coupon here to make the deal even better.

At RiteAid, Prell Shampoo is .99 starting Saturday.  There is a $2 Single Check Rebate (limit 5).  So buy 5 for .99, and submit the rebates, and you will pocket $5!.  It will also count toward the total for the free Gift of Savings gift card.

I got a great deal on Amazon.  I did a lot of Christmas shopping there, and signed up for a free membership in Amazon Prime. I bought a DVD, and got an email that they gave me a $5 gift credit to use on other videos!  I thought this was a nice “Christmas present” since even at this late date I am not done with my shopping.

You can continue to get some great grocery deals at Amazon.  Check out the savings here.

At Safeway, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes are .99 each.  You must buy 4.  Use the Kellogg’s coupons from the 12/13 Red Plum, and the coupon for $1.50 off any store brand coffee when you buy three Kellogg’s cereals.  Find a $1 coupon for Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Touch of Honey cereal at as well.

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