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Sunday Insert Coupons: SmartSource 10/10

Posted on Friday, October 8th, 2010 at 7:30 am
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Using More Coupons Means Spending Less Money

Using More Coupons Means Spending Less Money

Here is the list of SmartSource Sunday insert coupons for this Sunday, 10/10. Keep in mind that they could vary a little but depending on where you live. To save money with coupons:

  1. Take this list and start comparing it to your local sales and do coupon sales match ups.
  2. Review this list to see if it is worth it for you to buy more papers or find more coupon inserts for the week.
  3. Make a list of the coupons you would like to trade.

Some of the highlights include the Balance Bar B1G1F and the Pilsbury $.50 which can be doubled or tripled and combined with many of the grocery store sales that are happening on this item. Make sure you stock up on these coupons if you want them for the holidays.

Check in later for more Sunday insert coupons, including Redplum.

Balance Bar B1G1F to $1.69 (11/21/10)
Balance Bar box 6 or 15 ct $1 (11/21/10)
Ban .75 (12/4/10)
Biore Pore Strip product $1 (1/31/11)
Biore Cleanser $2 (1/31/11)
Bissell MIR (11/15/10)
Campbell’s Chunky Soup cans or microwavable bowls $1/4 (11/21/10)
Campbell’s Healthy Request Soups .40/2 (11/21/10)
Campbell’s Chunky or Select Harvest Healthy Request soups .50/2 (11/21/10)
Curel except trial $2 (12/4/10)
Curel Moisturizer 3.5 pz+ $1 (12/4/10)
Freshetta Pizza .75 (11/28/10)
Fruitables 8 pack Juice boxes $1 (12/31/10)
Halls Cough Drops 20ct+ $1/2 (11/6/10)
Jergens Natural Glow Moisturizer excluding 2 oz, or Jergens Moisturizer 7.5 oz+ $1 (12/4/10)
Jergens Overnight Repair Moisturizer $2 (12/4/10)
John Frieda Hair Care $2 (12/4/10)
Kotex Liners 33 ct or Kotex Security Tampons $1.50/2 (11/21/10)
Kotex Pads $2/2 (11/21/10)
Maruchan Yakisoba .50 (12/31/10)
Mrs. Dash Salt-Free Seasoning Blends .50 (11/30/10)
No Yolks .50 (6/30/11)
Pediacare $1 (11/30/10)
Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Chunk Chrispy Cookies or Soft Baked Cookies .60 (1/2/11)
Petrodex Dental Care $1 (11/30/10)
Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Rolls .50 (1/1/11)
PurLuv Dog Treats 32 oz $3 (11/30/10)
PurLuv Dog Treats $1 (11/30/10)
Sentry HC Good Behavior Pheromone Collar $2 (11/30/10)
Tyson Frozen Breaded Chicken $1 (1/10/11)
Tyson Any’tizers Snacks $1 (1/10/11)
Wholly Guacamole $1 (10/31/10)
Ziploc brand bags .40 (12/4/10)
Ziploc brand bags $1/2 (12/4/10)
Ziploc containers .55 (12/4/10)
Ziploc containers $1.50/2 (12/4/10)

Thanks to A Full Cup for the coupon details.

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