Sunday Coupon Preview 11/28
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Sunday Coupon Preview 11/28

Posted on Saturday, November 27th, 2010 at 12:05 pm
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Stock up on coupons!

Stock up on coupons!

Here is a preview of the coupons that you can expect in Sunday’s coupon insert.

Because of the holiday, there won’t be a RedPlum or a SmartSource coupon insert. However, there is a P&G insert. Many times during holidays, one or both of the main coupon insert publishers will take a break from putting out coupons.

Remember that with these coupon previews, the coupons can vary a little bit by region. Sometimes coupons have different values or don’t appear at all. Some lucky people get more free coupons, depending on where they live.

Growing up in New York City, I would find that the grocery coupons had much higher values than they did in the suburbs of Pennsylvania (when I lived as a new wife and mother). I attributed to two facts. In New York, there were few stores that doubled, so manufacturers could have higher values, and the grocery prices in general were higher, making higher value coupons more attractive to shoppers.

I got some great deals when relatives in new York saved their coupon inserts and mailed them to me in Pennsylvania! Today, you can actually trade for coupons online and get some higher value ones that way.

Proctor & Gamble

$1.50/1 Underjams or Pampers Easy Ups
$.75/1 Select Oral-B Toothbrushes
$.50/1 Dawn Hand Renewal
$.50/1 Bounce Dryer Sheet
$.25/1 Dawn Product
$.25/1 Bounty Towels or Napkins
$.25/1 Cascade Product
FREE Olay Facial Cleanser wyb Moisturizer AND Body Wash
FREE Flameless Luminary Refill wyb Kit
$2/1 Febreze Flameless Luminary Refill
$.50/1 Select Downy Items
$1/2 Select Oral-B or Crest Kids’ Products
FREE Puffs Product wyb (2) Vicks Products
$.25/1 Select Ivory Products
FREE Pampers Thickcare wyb Diapers Box
FREE Olay Hand & Body Lotion wyb Body Wash
FREE Pantene Shampoo wyb Full Size Product
$10/1 Select Oral-B Toothbrushes
$.75/1 Oral-B Satin, Glide Floss or Picks
$2/1 Select Gillette Products
$10/1 Braun Male Series Shaver
$3/1 Olay Regenerist Moisturizer/Cleaner
$1/2 Select Oral-B or Crest Kids’ Products
$.35/1 Select Zest or Safeguard Items
$4/1 Gillette Fusion Pro Glide Razor
$3/1 Select Oral-B Power Toothbrushes
$2/1 Pur Multi Pack Filters
$.55/1 Gillette Series Shave Gel
$7/2 Prilosec OTC Product
$1/1 Oral-B Crossaction Power Refill
$1/1 Nice N Easy or Balsam Product
B2G1 Gillette Deodorant
$1/1 Tide Stain Release
$1/1 Pampers Diapers or Pants
$1/1 Luvs Diapers
$1/2 Old Spice Deodorant
$.50/1 Secret Deodorant
$2/1 Gillette Mach3 Cartridges
$5/1 Crest 3D White Professional Effects
$2/1 Old Spice Gift Set
$1.50/1 Nyquil Product
$1/1 Bounce Dryer Bar
$2/1 Gillette Deodorant
$.75/1 Fixodent Cleanser
$.50/1 Fixodent Adhesive
$1/1 Tide To Go
$1/1 Tide Detergent
$.75/1 Scope Mouthwash
$5/1 Oral-B Replacement Brush Heads
$2/1 Gillette Fusion Proglide Cartridge
$1/1 Charmin Basic Product
$.50/1 Gain Dishwashing Liquid
$1/1 Herbal Essence or Aussie Product
$1/1 Febreze Air Effect
$1/2 Pantene Product
$.25/1 Charmin Product
$1/1 Metamucil Product
$2/1 Metamucil Product
$1/1 Era Detergent
$.75/1 Crest Toothpaste
$4/1 Pur or Pur Flavor Options System
$3/1 Prilosec OTC Product
$2/1 Febreze Home Collection Diffuser
$2/1 Febreze Home Collection Candle
$1.50/1 Dayquil Product
$1/1 Gain Detergent or Fabric Softener

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