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Posted on Thursday, July 21st, 2011 at 2:12 pm
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Yay, it’s here: the Sunday insert preview.

If you see any differences in your region, please let me know in the comments.

RedPlum Coupon Insert

Flintstones Save $2/1 multivitamin product (9/30)
Garnier Fructis Save $1/1 shampoo, conditioner or treatment (10/24) ETS
Garnier Fructis Save $1/1 style product (10/24) ETS
ICAPS Save $2/1 (10/31)
i-flex Save $5/1 120ct (9/15)
Jimmy Dean Save $.55/1 fully cooked links or patties (9/30)
Jimmy Dean Save $.55/1 hearty sausage crumbles (9/30)
Jimmy Dean Save $1/1 skillets (9/30)
Keebler sandwich crackers .75/2 (exp 9/18)
Kellogg’s select cereals $1/3 (exp 9/4)
Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats cereals $1/2 (exp 9/4)
Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts or Mini Crisps $1/3 (exp 9/18)
Kibbles ‘n Bits Save $1.50/1 dry dog food (9/24)
Land O’Frost Save $.55/1 Premium One Pound (10/17)
L’Oreal Save $1/1 Paris cleanser (9/18)
L’Oreal Save $1/1 Paris moisturizer (9/18)
L’Oreal Save $2/1 EverSleek, EverPure, EverStrong shampoo or conditioner (9/18)
L’Oreal Save $2/1 EverSleek, EverPure, EverStrong treatment (9/18)
L’Oreal Save $2/1 Healthy Look Creme Gloss color (9/18)
L’Oreal Save $2/1 Paris eye product (9/18)
L’Oreal Save $2/1 Paris face product (9/18)
L’Oreal Save $3/1 Double Extend Eye Illuminator Mascara or Liner (9/18)
Luigi’s Save $.50/1 Real Italian Ice product (9/10)
Mars M&M’s chocolate candy $1/2, 9.9 oz (exp 9/4)
Minute Maid Save $.50/1 frozen novelty product (9/10)
One A Day Save $1/1 adult or teen multivitamin product (9/30)
One A Day Save $2/1 multivitamin product 100ct+ (9/30)
One A Day/Dial Save Save $3 when you buy One A Day Women’s Plus Healthy Skin Support multivitamin and Dial NutriSkin lotion (12-26oz) or bodywash (16-24oz) (9/30)
OPTI-FREE Save $3/1 RepleniSH 2x10oz twin (10/31)
Purina Save $1/2 Beggin’ (10/24)
Quaker Save $.75/1 5ct Life bars Target Coupon (9/30)
Systane Save $2/1 (10/31)
Temptations Save $1/2 treats for cats (9/3)
Whiskas Save $1/1 dry food for cats (9/17)
Whiskas B1G1 free tray up to Save $.69 (9/17)
Whole Fruit Save $.50/1 fruit bars product (9/10)
Whole Fruit Save $.50/1 sorbet product (9/10)

SmartSource 7/24

2000 Flushes automatic toilet bowl cleaner  $1.00  (10/31/11)
Arm & Hammer laundry products  $1.00/2  (9/15/11)
Clearasil $1.00/1 (9/4/11)
Colgate adult or kids manual toothbrush $.40/1  (8/13/11)
Colgate toothpaste 4oz+$.50/1  (8/13/11)
Colgate Wisp 4ct+  $.50/1 (8/13/11)
Colgate Total, Max Clean -White -Fresh, Sensitive or ProClinical 4oz+ $.75
Dole cans tropical fruit  $.50/2 (10/31/11)
Edge $.55/1 shave gel 7oz+ (9/3/11)
Fabuloso 44oz+ multi-use cleaner $.50/1  (9/17/11)
Irish Spring body wash or two multi-bar packs 3-pack+ $.50/1  (8/13/11)
Irish Spring Deodorant $1.00 (8/13/11)
Kotex U liners $1.00 (9/3/11)
Kotex U pads  $1.00 (9/3/11)
Kotex  U tampons  $1.00  (9/3/11)
K-Y $2/1 product ets (10/31/11)
Marzetti Simply Dressed salad dressing  $2.00/1  (10/31/11)
New York frozen bread product $1.00  (10/31/11)
OxiClean versatile stain remover, in-wash booster or pre-treater $1.00  (9/30/11)
OxiClean versatile stain remover, in-wash booster or pre-treater$3.00/2 (9/30/11)
Palmolive Ultra dish liquid  $.25 (8/13/11)
Planters Nut-rition bars 5ct or Big Nut bars 5ct $.75  (10/31/11)
Purina Friskies 5 oz can $1.00/20 2/12ct pk or one 24ct+ variety pk (10/30/11)
Schick Quattro for women disposable razor pack $1.00  (9/10/11)
Schick Intuition or Quattro for women razor or refill $2.00  (9/4/11)
Schick Quattro titanium razor or trimmer $2.00  (9/4/11)
Schick Quattro titanium refill  $2.00  (9/4/11)
Skintimate shave gel excl 2.75oz  $.55  (9/10/11)
Skintimate moisturizing cream shave $1.00  (9/10/11)
Softsoap 8oz+ liquid hand soap  $.35 (8/13/11)
Softsoap body wash 12oz+ $.75 (8/13/11)
Speed Stick or Lady speedstocl $.50 (8/13/11)
Ziploc Containers $1.50/2 (9/3/11)
Ziploc Storage Bags  $1.00/2  (9/3/11)

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