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Sunday Coupons, and Holiday Deals

Posted on Friday, November 6th, 2009 at 8:44 pm
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We’ve got two inserts this weekend, a SmartSource and a Redplum.  See our list of  list of what’s inside the inserts. Remember, not all coupons are available in all areas.

It looks like the coupon advertisers want to help you get ready for Thanksgiving and holiday baking.  There are coupons for Pet Evaporated Milk ($1/3),and Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk ($1/2) and it looks like there are other baking items as well. You’ll also find coupons for giftable items such as Build a Bear and Coty Fragrances.

Here’s a holiday offer you will like.  Get $10 back when you buy 10 participating Nabisco Crackers.  Remember the coupons you got in the Save $55 throughout the school year booklet, and the 2 rebate forms for $20 each?  Well, here’s another rebate on top of that. Nabisco really wants you to like their crackers!

You only have a few days left to take advantage of Harris Teeter triple coupons.  Lucky you if you are in their area!

And here is a bonus from Right @ Home. There are some great B1G1f and high value coupons right now on Glade products, Windex, and Drano, along with an opportunity to win a $100 Visa Gift card.  They promise that beginning December 6 there will be a 6,000 basket giveaway on baskets filled with products from Ziploc, Glade, and other SC Johnson products.

The Holidays are going to be fun this year, and it’s clear that it will be easy to get in the mood early!  Kmart will be offering a rebate program similiar to CVS ExtraCare Bucks, and Kohls continues to have success with Kohl’s cash.  In fact, Safeway stores are currently offering $10 Kohl’s rewards at checkout for every $50 you spend.  You only have till November 8 to score those, and you can only redeem them for a limited time.  Finding all these great deals that can double up and triple up for great savings is part of the holiday fun!

See our page of past insert lists here.

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