Sunday Insert Coupons and Lots of Printables!
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Sunday Insert Coupons and Lots of Printables!

Posted on Friday, August 21st, 2009 at 8:58 pm
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Take a look at our preview of inserts this weekend.  There is one Smart Source and one Red Plum insert.  There are coupons for .55 off Reeses pieces, and a B1G1F Reeses Peanut butter cups.  These are good when
there are sales – it means you have free candy (or nearly free).  If the Reeses interest you, it’s worth getting extra Smart Source inserts.

Also in Smart Source you’ll find high value coupons for Nature Valley Granola Nut Clusters, Nalleys Spears or Sandwich Slicers, and Barilla Pasta.  You’ll also find coupons for Barilla sauces and products.

There are more Glade candle coupons – not free, but a buy 1 get 1 free for Scented oil Candles.  You’ll want to save these, and pay special attention to printable coupons and their increasing sources.  Target is a great source of printable coupons for in store deals. CVS has added a printable coupon page, with many coupons for CVS brand products.  Don’t forget to check out Smart Source, Red Plum, and  And of course, you will find manufacturer coupons on our printables page.

Enjoy finding the bargains this weekend.  Between the inserts and the printables, there’s lots to save!

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