Sunday August 8 2010 Coupon Preview: Kellogg\'s and More!
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Sunday August 8 2010 Coupon Preview: Kellogg’s and More!

Posted on Saturday, August 7th, 2010 at 10:56 am
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You’ll find our popular preview of Sunday insert coupons here every week in this blog.  We have a link to a page that lists all our preview lists, so that you can know what has been published, and what to look for in your trades with other couponers.  Also, sometimes, knowing ahead helps you to know what to look forward to!  Our preview today has the usual Smart Source and Red Plum inserts.

I am very happy to see coupons for Dannon and for Kellogg’s products this week.  There are a lot of sales for Kellogg’s in many stores, so you will want extra and be sure to match them up to your local sales.  I would love to know how you make out!

Kellogg’s also has a Fuel For School $10 annual rebate form, but I have not found it on the web this year.  It appears to be distributed only in stores.  I found one at Publix – my daughter in law in New York found one at her local very small Associated grocer.  I will post the link if I see one. It is a short dated offer, and I think a lot of people are going to be very frustrated with it if they have to hunt down a form, rather than download one online and plan their shopping trip.

The purpose of writing this weekly post about coupon inserts is to let you know what there is so that you can plan.  You cannot download the inserts, nor can you print them.  You must have the newspaper insert.  Both Smart Source and Red Plum have printable coupon sites as well.  When you combine the weekly newspaper coupons with the plentiful assortment in All You magazine, Red Plum and Smart Source’s printables, and our printable coupon section from coupons.com, you have a powerful resource for discounts and savings.  You just have to plan your shopping, and it pays off.

If you haven’t downloaded my free ebook, please do so – it is free and will give you plenty of tips on how to find and organize your coupons.

Have a great weekend!

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