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Sunday Coupons & Albertson’s $25 Deal!

Posted on Saturday, August 15th, 2009 at 9:01 am
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We have a Smart Source and a Red Plum insert this week – good offers just keep on coming.  I think the manufacturers have this notion that we are all using coupons now, and they want us to use THEIR product, not someone else’s .  Hey, that works for me!  Find the preview of this week’s coupons here.

Some of us will receive a coupon in this week’s Smart Source for $2 off A1 Steak sauce.  This is a good time to stock up on these, and get multiples of this coupon. Use it on the Albertsons/Shaws/Kraft $25 deal.  Use the coupons from previous inserts to make this deal even more profitable.

We’ve updated our printable coupons page with new offers.  Be sure to check it out.  I am adding a lot of Try me free offers, which you can download from the internet.

Albertsons shoppers, don’t forget to check out the great deals on Post Cereals this week.  Cereals are selling for $2.50 each – and you instantly get $4 off when you buy 4.  In some areas, you will get free milk.  Use these coupons:
Honey Bunches of Oats $1/2 (S 7/26)
Grape Nuts $1/2 (S 7/26)
Shredded Wheat $1/2 (S 7/26)

There is also a catalina on these – Buy 2 Get $1, Buy 3 get $2, Buy 4 get $3.  You can walk out of Albertsons this weekend with a lot of free groceries, just by playing the system and using coupons.

Back to School shoppers:  Here are $3 in printable coupons  for Mead notebooks. You’ll be buying these, I am sure.

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