Sunday Inserts May 2 - Big Coupon Sunday
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Sunday Inserts May 2 – Big Coupon Sunday

Posted on Friday, April 30th, 2010 at 10:10 am
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This is a big Sunday for coupons, and you will want to pick up extra inserts or extra papers if you can.  There are three inserts, a Smart Source, Red Plum, and a P&G Brandsaver.  Our preview is here.  They are all bigger than usual, and full of high value coupons.  The P&G insert will have a form for the Year Of Savings coupon booklet.  This is $100 worth of coupons for $50 worth of P&G proofs of purchase.  If you buy these products regularly, this is worth it.

You’ll also find a lot of coupons for yogurt, and frozen brands.  This is definitely a great stock up Sunday.

How do you get extra copies of inserts?  It’s pretty easy, you just have to have a system for it, and don’t be shy.  Like I mentioned in my book that you download when you sign up for this site, there are several ways you can get multiple copies of inserts besides buying extra newspapers.  Check out the recycling centers in your area.  You would be amazed at how many people are throwing away money!  You can also ask your neighbors if they will save the inserts for you if they are not using them.  You can also enlist your kids to scout sources with friends, or if they spot a curbside with a lot of newspapers put out.  Don’t tell you kids to pick through the trash – they can get hurt – but they can tell you about where the motherlode of discarded coupon inserts is!

You’ll find over time that this really adds up to savings, and sometimes profit!

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