Sunday Inserts, and Target Shopping
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Sunday Inserts, and Target Shopping

Posted on Friday, December 4th, 2009 at 10:37 pm
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There is a very large Smart Source insert coming this Sunday. along with a Red Plum insert.  Find our PDF list here. The Red Plum will have these Target coupons as well:

Charmin Toilet Paper .75
Charmin Plus Lotion Toilet Paper $2
Dove Candy, 8.5-9.5oz $1
Glad Forceflex Trash Bags $1
Pampers Cruisers Diapers $2
Pedigree Meaty Mixers Dog Food B1G1F

Use these coupons at Target – and use manufacturer coupons too for additional savings.

Speaking of Target, their website has more coupons – and is becoming a source of printable manufacturer coupons. Check it out, and also look at their Christmas sales. There are quite a few items that have “temporary price cuts”.  This year, it really does pay to keep shopping. Don’t forget to print out our coupons from when you go to Target.  The Keebler Wheatables are on sale for $1.99. With the printable coupon, that’s just .49 each.  Be sure to print two.  While you’re shopping, bring the Muir Glen Coupon. It’s $1, so you will likely find free tomato paste, at the very least.

Add to your savings with these printable coupons from Campbells Soups.  This is just right for the winter months.  You can save up to $15.

Next week there will be two Smart Source inserts, and they will include more Campbells coupons.

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