Smart Source, Red Plum, and All You Coupons April 11 2010
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Smart Source, Red Plum, and All You Coupons April 11 2010

Posted on Saturday, April 10th, 2010 at 4:43 pm
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There’s a Smart Source and a Red Plum insert in Sunday’s paper.  Check out our weekly preview here.  If you use Enfamil powdered formula, there are some great coupons in this week’s Smart Source.

Another great source of coupons is Walmart’s All You magazine, sold through subscription and Walmart stores.  This magazine is always loaded with coupons, and pays for itself.  The coupons are always of high value, and well worth the price.

This month, in All You  you’ll find high value coupons for Jarlsberg cheese, Dr Scholls custom orthotics, Sally Hansen, and a try one free mail in offer for Banquet family dinners, as well as coupons for them.

With the summer months coming, there are many opportunities for finding additional coupons.  If you have a recycling center near you, it is amazing how many coupons and inserts are thrown in the dumpster.  Also, on vacation, you’ll find many deals in local newspapers, at hotels, and at different stores.  Take the time to look.

Have a great weekend!

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