Sunday Insert Coupons, and Freebies From Walmart
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Sunday Insert Coupons, and Freebies From Walmart

Posted on Thursday, June 25th, 2009 at 5:49 pm
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We have two inserts in the newspaper this weekend, a Smart Source and a Red Plum. Look for a coupon for free Ideal sweetener. This is a new product, and a great way to introduce it.

Next weekend is the July 4 holiday. There will only be one insert on that day, a Proctor and Gamble Brandsaver. This is unusual, inserts are usually not published over holidays.

We’re noticing a trend in stores to help you use more coupons – and come into their store to do it. Walmart this week has many free samples on their website to register for. Visit and find free samples of Playtex Gentle Glide, Kotex, Aveeno, Scott products, and Sun Crystals. Walmart also has links to printable coupons. Some of these take you off site to the manufacturers website. These tie into sales and rollbacks at Walmart. Find printable coupons this week on for Alexia, Hungry Man, Biz, and other products.

Target pioneered the practice of featuring their own coupons and those of manufacturers on their website. Now other stores are following suit. This can only be good for the shopper. By finding ways to encourage you to shop at their stores, and save money with coupons, it is a win win situation.

Find our current inserts here. You can download the list, and take it with you to the store. You don’t have to clip the coupons, just take the insert and refer to the list to find what you need. And as for printables, be sure to check our list of printable coupons which is always being updated. You will find many great values here!

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