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Printable Snack and Candy Coupons

Posted on Saturday, October 9th, 2010 at 9:44 am
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Sweet Deals

Sweet Deals

When you just need a little something sweet or salty, these printable coupons for snacks and candy will come in handy. Think about stocking up for Halloween, too. Remember that these printable coupons may disappear when the limit of prints is reached.

$1.00 off 2 SpongeBob CHEESE NIPS products

$2.00 off ONE (1) Nestlé and Wonka Variety Bag

Expires: 10/31/2010

$2.50 off 2 Nestle Variety Bags

Expires: 10/31/2010

$1.50 off one (1) bag of Wonka Mix Ups

Expires: 10/31/2010

$2.00 off Wonka Best of the Block Assortment

Expires: 10/31/2010

$1.00 off ONE Breyers Smooth & Dreamy Product

Expires: 11/15/2010

$1.00 off 2 NABISCO Cracker Products

$1.00 off 2 Skittles or Starburst Fun Size Bags

$1.00 off Yoplait Frozen Smoothie

Expires: 11/30/2010

$0.55 off Pillsbury simply…â„¢ Cookie Dough

$0.50 off Nature Valley Granola Bars

Expires: 11/30/2010

$0.50 off Nature Valley Granola Thins

Expires: 11/30/2010

$0.50 off Fiber One Chewy Bars

Expires: 11/30/2010

$0.50 off Chex Mix

Expires: 11/30/2010

$0.50 off Bugles snack

Expires: 11/30/2010

$0.50 off Gardetto`s Snack Mix

Expires: 11/30/2010


$2.00 Off Any One (1) LM Animal Farms

$0.75 off Sara Lee Sweet Goods

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