Sunday Inserts and More Coupon Codes
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Sunday Inserts and More Coupon Codes

Posted on Saturday, July 18th, 2009 at 8:52 am
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There’s only one insert this weekend in the newspapers, and that is a Smartsource.  However, it’s a nice one, with good things.  There’s another free Marcal Small Steps, and the usual cereal coupons.  There are also some Huggies, (including wipes) and $1 off any ten Dannon single serve cups. If your store doubles, that is a good deal.  Find our list for this week here. Remember, not all coupons are available in all areas.

The power of social networking is taking off here at  Many readers have submitted leads for free samples, and I have found quite a few myself. You can find Reader Submitted Free Samples and Reader Submitted codes in our New Coupons with these logos.

The response to this has been really great, more than I ever expected.  Keep ’em coming!

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