Sunday Coupons, Kellogg's Fuel For School Rebate
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Sunday Coupons, Kellogg’s $10 Fuel For School Rebate

Posted on Saturday, July 11th, 2009 at 6:17 am
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There are quite a few high value coupons in the newspaper this weekend.  Check out our preview here to see what will be featured in the Smart Source and Red Plum Sunday supplements.  Remember, not all coupons will be available in all areas.  Our previews are compiled from several areas.

Use the Red Plum coupon from this week for Kelloggs Special K to do the Kellogg’s $10 Fuel for School offer.  While you do that, print out coupons that are good for products on this offer at,,, and Find where the products are on sale, and use these coupons to get the best deal.  You have to buy ten items for the rebate, all at one store on one shopping trip.  Target has Eggo Bake Shop MiniMuffin Tops for $1.50.  They also have Keebler Fudge Shop cookies on sale for $2.54, and if you buy five, you will get a $5 Target Gift Card at checkout.  At Kmart, the cookies are $3 – not a great price, but if your KMart is doubling, that is $1 a box which you make back on the rebate.  Walgreen’s has them on sale at 4 for $10.  Use your coupons, and then get a $5 register reward from Walgreens – then submit the cash register tape and form with all the other qualifying purchases for the refund!

Isn’t this fun when you can combine savings from several sources and actually profit? The planning really does pay off.

We’re adding to your coupon savings here at  Some readers have been gracious enough to submit their own online coupon finds – and I’ve been adding these to the New Coupons section.  We’ve started with free samples.  Find them with our logo beside each offer.  Thanks to all who have shared these great offers!

Enjoy your weekend, and have fun shopping for all the great savings!

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