Sunday Coupons 9/20/2009
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Sunday Coupons 9/20/2009

Posted on Saturday, September 19th, 2009 at 4:29 am
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There are two coupon inserts in the newspaper this Sunday, a Smart Source and a RedPlum.  Highlights include a rarely seen $1 off 5 Del Monte Fruits, Vegetables, and Tomatoes (RP), some $4 and $6 coupons for Knox Powder or Nutramix for Strong Nails, $2 off Sun Crystals, and more $1 coupons for Aquafresh and Sensodyne. I hope you are caught up on your clipping or filing after last week!  See our list of the Sunday Insert Coupons here.

The inserts this weekend also contain Target coupons in limited areas. You can stack Target coupons with manufacturer coupons for additional savings on an item.  There are Target coupons for $2 off Pampers Cruisers, Pampers Swaddlers, and $1.50 or .50 off Charmin.

My cousin found some really great “Blinkie” coupons this week at her local Publix.  Blinkies are those coupons that are in the little shelfside machine with the blinking red light.  She found a $1 off coupon for Weight Watchers Frozen Novelties (Exp 11/30/2009) and $1 off any 2 Kozy Shack products (exp 12/31/2009.  At Walgreens, she found a tearpad .50 off any Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream Bar.

A lot of our readers have downloaded my free e-book when they register.  I hope the book is helping you.  We have a spot in our forums “Ask Marnie”.  This is a place for you to ask any questions about coupons, finding deals, or anything you have a question about on this site.  Visit our forums here

Here at FreeCoupons, we are starting to get Black Friday info coming in.  I’ll be posting this in the coming weeks as soon as it is verified.  Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving when stores traditionally have some great deals to entice you to visit in the wee hours of the morning!  In recent years, this has been followed by Cyber Monday, with specials on internet sales.  Cyber Monday can sometimes take place all weekend long.  We’ll be updating you on the latest Black Friday/Cyber Monday news shortly in the blog and in the forums.

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