Sunday Coupons October 4, UPromise, and New Printables
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Sunday Coupons October 4, UPromise, and New Printables

Posted on Friday, October 2nd, 2009 at 8:26 pm
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Well, if you thought last weekend was big for coupon inserts in the paper, this weekend will not disappoint either.  Find our preview list of Sunday Insert Coupons from Smart Source and Red Plum here. There will be three inserts – one Red Plum and two Smart Source.  One of the Smart Source inserts will be just General Mills.

Some select markets will also have a special separate $1 Jonnycat coupon.

You can add to your coupon savings with printable coupons. Check out Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, and exclusive coupons from

Also check out,, and These are excellent sources of printable coupons.  They usually change at the beginning of the month, and some only have a limited number of prints.  So please get them now.  A fun thing to do on these sites is to try different zip codes from different areas of the country, and see what you come up with!

You will also want to visit At UPromise, they not only have cash back on participating products, they have coupons that you can load onto your store loyalty card at participating retailers.  So register for the site, and then register your grocery cards – and load up.  They have a bunch of new coupons now at the beginning of the month.

Happy clipping, happy saving.

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