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Posted on Friday, April 2nd, 2010 at 9:49 pm
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Printable coupons will save you money!

Printable coupons will save you money!

Coupons.com, Smartsource, Redplum and all of the other online printable coupon sources are great to have. But I find that printable coupons that come straight from the manufacturers are the best. This is because they are often higher in value than printable coupons from other sources, and they are usually less of a hassle to print.

Manufacturer coupons often don’t require any downloading, filling out forms or answering surveys (although some do). They also have less strict requirements on the amount of coupons you can print.

Here are some of my favorite printable manufacturer coupons that are available right now.

$1 off Perdue Shortcuts Chicken Breast Strips

I like to warm these up and place them over a Caesar salad. Very quick and healthy lunch.

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Nestle Coupons

There are usually very yummy coupons available at Nestle, everything from hot cocoa to chocolate chips. Currently, they are offering coupons for morsels, cookie dough and evaporated milk.

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Musselman’s 2 Coupons

Save 60¢ off any two(2) Musselman’s Apple Butter 28oz.

Save $1.00 on any two(2) Musselman’s Apple Sauce (46-48oz.)

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Simple and Delicious (Conagra Foods)

There are two $1 coupons available now: for La Choy Creations and for Eagle Mills Flour.

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Hormel Coupons (You do have to register and sign in to get the coupons)

SAVE $.75 on any one (1) pkg of HORMEL® Fully Cooked Bacon
SAVE $2 on any one (1) HORMEL® Party Tray
SAVE 50¢ on any two (2) HORMEL® Bacon Toppings
SAVE 55¢ on any two (2) HORMEL® Pepperoni packs

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$1 Off Freshetta Frozen Pizza

This would make a quick after school snack for the army of kids or a pair it with a salad for a quick dinner. You’ll need to enter your email address.

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$1 off Bumble Bee Tuna

Tuna is very frugal, and you can doctor it up into a filling meal.

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Save $1.00 on any three(3) 12 oz. jars of Heinz® HomeStyle Gravy.

With all of the turkey deals out there now (most grocery stores are offering whole turkey at $.79-.99 a pound), you’ll want some easy gravy to go with it.

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$1 Off Welch’s Juice

Just in time for the Seder meal or thirsty kids off on Spring Break.

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