Sunday Smart Source and Red Plum April 18; Rite Aid and Walmart Deals
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Sunday Smart Source and Red Plum April 18; Rite Aid and Walmart Deals

Posted on Saturday, April 17th, 2010 at 7:21 pm
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There are two inserts in this weeks paper, and they are big.  Find a preview of the SmartSource and RedPlum coupons in this weekend’s paper here.

The insert this week can be used for several deals.  Use the U by Kotex coupons to get the product free after Single Check rebate at Rite aid, or at CVS where it will be free with coupons after Extra Care Bucks.

Starting Monday, you’ll be happy to know that Dairy Queen has Blizzards buy one get one for .25.  You don’t need a coupon.  That’s going to be quite a giveaway.  I love how chain restaurants have begun to give away food on a limited basis.  It’s a great deal, and it gets you to try new things.

Do you live near a Walmart that has recently renovated?  If so, you’re in luck.  I just got a $5 gift card from mine in the mail, thanking me for being a customer during the construction and asking me to come into the store.  I think they sent one to everyone in the area, and you didn’t have to do a thing to get it.  That’s my kine of gift card!  I used it at Walmart this week along with some free item coupons to really stretch the budget.

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