Sunday Coupons, Printables, and Tweetpons!
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Sunday Coupons, Printables, and Tweetpons!

Posted on Friday, December 11th, 2009 at 7:44 pm
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There are two Smart Source inserts this Sunday, and a Red Plum.  One of the Smart Source inserts will be exclusively General Mills.  There are lots of Pillsbury coupons this week.  There is also a B1G1F for Bufferin or Theraflu, up to $15.99!  That means you can buy the large size!  You can find the preview here:  Sunday Insert Coupons Dec 13

There are supposed to be a lot of $3 coupons for DVDs this week, and they match some deals at Target.  I am not sure if these are Target coupons or not.

You’ll also find some coupons on Carvel cakes, including $3 off a seasonal cake.  Great for your parties!

We’ve been having a discussion in the forums about how you can combine Target coupons with manufacturer coupons for extra savings.  Find Target coupons here.  When you combine a Target coupon with a manufacturer coupon and a sale, you can often get the item for near free, if not outright free.

Some stores have partnered with SmartSource to provide printable coupons on their site.  Often you will find special deals, but they are often not store specific.  You can find printable coupons on Albertson’s site here.

If you’re on Twitter, I hope you are following me (Freecouponscom).  You should also find some good deals from companies that want to promote their products, just as many do on Facebook.  For example, take Michaelangelos Entrees.  Here’s from their tweet:  “We want to hear about your family traditions! Follow us on Twitter (@michael_angelos), send us a Twitpic or @reply describing your family holiday gathering, and we will reward you with a coupon for a Michael Angelo’s meal to enjoy this season.”

Look for some great deals this weekend with these coupons, and more new items every day.

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