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Roundup of Printable Coupons

Posted on Sunday, November 29th, 2009 at 5:38 pm
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Here’s a printable coupon round up.  Remember that tomorrow is the last day that many coupons are on the coupons.com site, so print now what you need and come back on Tuesday.

Save $1.50 on Keebler Wheatables. This is a really nice high value coupon.

Save $5 at Rite Aid when you Spend $25.00.  Combine this one with your in store rebates and the Rite Aid Gift of Savings.

Save $5 on these Hasbro and Playskool Toys:
Hasbro Star Wars toy purchase totalling $20 or more.
Hasbro My Little Pony purchase of $20 or more.  This is on about the 5th page of coupons.com offers.
Playskool Activity Ball
Playskool Mr Potato Head Silly Suitcase or Spud Buds Toy
Playskool Swing N Score Baseball Toy
Playskool Step Start Walk n Ride Toy
Playskool Busy Ball Popper
Playskool DinoRoars Hatchlings
Hasbro Playskool Tumble n Twirl Top Toy

$10 Coupons:

Hasbro Playskool Musical Sit N Spin Toy
Hasbro Playskool DinoRoars Stompers Toy
Hasbro Playskool Dance Cam Toy

Other Toy Coupons

Playskool Lullaby Glow Worm$3
Mr Potato Head Toy $2
Hasbro Talkin’ Sid the Science Kid $3 (About page 10 of Coupons.com)

Other Coupons
Huggies Overnites Diapers $2 (Page 8 of Coupons.com)
Nivea Body wash for women $2
Caribou Coffee 12 oz bag $2 (Page 3 of Coupons.com)

Check out Red Plum for $1.50 off two Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats, $1 off Frozen Sara Lee Dessert, and a free box of Meaty Bone Dog Biscuits when you buy one.

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