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Sunday Insert Coupons: P&G 10/10

Posted on Saturday, October 9th, 2010 at 6:37 am
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Using More Coupons Means Spending Less Money

Using More Coupons Means Spending Less Money

Here is the Sunday insert coupon preview for the P&G supplement.

There are a couple of things to keep in mind. The first is that Gain coupon. Use it and you can free Gain detergent in many places, including Rite-Aid and Walmart who both have it under $1. You might want to grab some extra inserts and stock up.

I’ve also seen a sample pack of the Magic Eraser floating around. If your grocery store doubles or triples your coupon, you may be able to get that one free as well.

Finally, be sure to check out the other coupon previews for this Sunday, Including the SmartSource Sunday Insert and the RedPlum Sunday Insert. I’ve also included some coupon tips in those posts for you.

$2.00/1 Metamucil product x11/30/10
$7.00/2 Prilosec OTC 42 count x11/30/10
$3.00/1 Prilosec OTC pkg x11/30/10
$5.00/2 Covergirl simply ageless products x11/30/10
$2.00/1 Cheer detergent x11/30/10
$1.00/2 Herbal essences or Aussie products(excludes trial size) x11/30/10
$5.00/1 Crest 3d professional effects, advanced vivid 14 ct., stain shield whitestrips or gentle routine(excludes vivid whitestrips and 2 ct. trial) x11/30/10
$0.75/1 Oral b pulsar crossaction advantage or any two indicator or cavity defense manual toothbrushes x11/30/10
$0.75/1 Crest toothpaste 4.0 oz. or larger or liquid gel x11/30/10
$1.00/1 Gain dish liquid x11/30/10
$1.00/1 Gain fabric enhancer x11/30/10
$1.00/1 Gain detergent x11/30/10
$1.50/1 Bounce dryer bar x11/30/10
$0.50/1 Mr clean magic eraser or bath scrubber x11/30/10
$0.50/1 Mr clean liquid or spray x11/30/10
$1.50/1 Vicks product x11/30/10
$1.00/2 Pantene x11/30/10
.75/1 Duracell coppertop AA 4pk+, AAA 4pk+, C, D, 9V and ultra advanced AA, AAA or ultra photo lithium 123,223,245,cr2, or cr-v3 x11/30/10
$1.50/1 duracell hearing aid batteries x11/30/10
.75/1 Scope mouthwash 770 ml x11/30/10
.50/1 Fixodent adhesive or denture cleanser x11/30/10
.50/1 Accu clear pregnancy test or ovulation test x11/30/10
4.00/1 Sinex x11/30/10
.25/1 Charmin x11/30/10
.25/1 Ivory bodywash bar or liquid handsoap x11/30/10
.35/1 Zest or safeguard bar bodywash or liquid handsoap x11/30/10

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