Sunday Coupons July 26
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Sunday Coupons July 26

Posted on Saturday, July 25th, 2009 at 2:16 am
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There are lots of good coupons in the Sunday paper this week. See our Preview here. There is a Smart Source insert, and a Red Plum insert. Look for some good offers on Dannon products, Post cereals, Speed stick, and some items that don’t have too many coupon promotions. Earth Grains Bread has a 55 cent coupon, and there are several frozen treats that have coupons too. You can stock up on Luigi’s Real Italian Ice and Minute maid frozen novelties. These are a big hit at my house in the summer.

There’s been a lot of buzz on the internet in the past few weeks about using the $2.50 Finish/Electrasol coupon that appeared in the July 12 Smart Source. These have been on sale in various stores for prices around $3.59. Walgreens had small boxes for $2.19, most of these are probably gone by now.

The coupon expires August 9. If you haven’t spent all yours yet, you might want to wait for the CVS sale August 2. Finish will be 2 – 20 ct boxes for $9, and will be part of a group of products that are in a “Spend $20 get $10 Extra Bucks”promotion. This may not apply to your area, but it is worth watching for. Matchups like these are what really save us money. I’ll bet there’s a lot of this diswasher detergent in many of our stockpiles!

Enjoy your weekend.

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