Sunday Insert Preview: SmartSource 10/17
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Sunday Insert Preview: SmartSource 10/17

Posted on Saturday, October 16th, 2010 at 9:03 am
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Saturday is usually my day to do my store deal coupon match ups. I’ll take a look at the coupons I have and the coupons that will be coming out tomorrow, so I can have all of my deals ready to go. This way, I can hit the store early on Sunday morning just before or after church activities.

So, it really helps to know which coupons will be available.

Here is the preview for the Smart Source insert in tomorrow’s paper. Remember that the coupons could vary a little bit depending on your region. If you missed the RedPlum preview just scroll down to see the post.

Additional printable coupons can be found here.

El Monterey Mexican Snacks: Taquitos, Tamales, Mini Chimis, or Quesadillas, bag – $1/1
El Monterey Taquitos $1/1
Valio Real Goodness Lactose-Free Milk, 1/2gallon (64oz) $1/1
Yoplait Greek Yogurt Cups $.30/1
Yoplait YoPlus Yogurt 4pk $.50/1
Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts $.75/1
Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods products $.75/3
Hamburger, Tuna or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meals $1/5
Chef Boyardee Big or Whole Grain Pasta AND (4) cans Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta $1.25 off (Must buy both)
Healthy Choice Frozen Meals $1/2
Healthy Choice Soups, microbowls or cans $1/2
Welch’s Healthy Start 100% Juice $1/1
Depend Underwear in Colors, 6ct $3/1
Depend Underwear in Colors, 6ct $2/1
Brita Pour-Through or Faucet Mount System $4/1
Brita Multipack Filters $1/1
Huggies Diapers $1.50/1
Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers Diapers $2/1
Huggies Baby Wipes, 320ct+ $2/1
Pert Plus 3-in-1 or 20in01 Product $1/1
Sure Anti-perspirant & Deodorant product $1/1
Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue, 8+ Rolls $1/1
Scott Paper Towels, Long lasting or Mega Rolls, 4+ Rolls – $1/1
Scott Naturals Flushable Wipes, tub or refill $.50/1
Scott Rags, 200ct box $1/1
Silk Pure Almond Almondmilk, half gallons $2/2
Jell-o Gelatin or Pudding, boxes $.50/2
Gerber Good Start Formula, 24oz+ can $3/1
Gerber Cereals $1/2
Bic Disposable Shaver or Bic Soleil Refillable Razor Handle or Cartridge Refills Pack $2/1
Krusteax Muffin Mix $.50/1
Eckrich Smoked Sausage $.55/1
Pepperidge Farm Toast or Loaf Frozen Bread $.55/1
Barber Foods product $1/1
Kraft 100 Calorie Packs Cheese Bites $1/1
Xtra Detergent or Fabric Softener products $1/2
Orajel product $1/1
Kim & Scotts Gourmet Pretzels or Stuffed Bagels, box $.50/1
Hershey’s, Reese’s, or Kit Kat Snack Size Bags, 9-22oz $1/2
Lysol Fabric Mist $1/1
Lysol Neutra Air Aerosol Can $1.50/1
Ricola Cough and Throat Drops bags $1/2
Glade Automatic Spray Refill BOGO up to $5.49
Purina One Dry Dog Food, any size/variety $2/1
Purina One Dry Cat Food, any size/variety $2/1
Theraflu Max-D Severe Cold & Flu $2/1
Theraflu product $1.50/1
(2)Nivea Lip Care product Free with purchase of Triaminic Cold & Cough product – up to $3.99 value
Comtrex product $1.50/1
4-Way Nasal Spray product $1.50/1
Excedrin product, 20ct+ $1/1
Excedrin product, 80ct+ $1.50/1
Benefiber product $1/1
Benefiber orange product $1/1
Maalox Advanced product $1/1
Maalox Advanced products $2.50/2
Prevacid 24HR product $2/1
Bufferin product $3/1
Rebate form – Buy Bufferin Low Dose 130ct. Receive purchase price minus $3, up to $3.99 value back by mail.
Clear Care Cleaning and Disinfecting Solution or AQuify Multi-Purpose Solution, Twin Pack – $5/1
Clear Care Cleaning and Disinfecting Solution or AQuify Multi-Purpose Solution, 12oz+ $2/1
Easy Bake Microwave & Style Deluxe Delights Kit $5/1
i-Flex, 120ct $5/1
i-Cool for menopause $5/1

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