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Super Sunday Coupons

Posted on Friday, August 13th, 2010 at 6:32 pm
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This Sunday, the goodies just keep on coming.  Find our coupon preview here.  We have a Smart Source insert, a Red Plum, and you will also find some good coupons in Parade Magazine.  Look for  Kellogg’s Cinnabon $1 and Fruit of the Loom Underwear or Casual Sportswear $1/2 in Parade.  You can use the Cinnabon coupon on the package Try Me Free offer.

There are also a couple of Target coupons in the paper this Sunday, for Tide, Downy, and Pampers.  You can combine those with manufacturers coupons for extra savings at Target, or at stores that accept competitor coupons.  Don’t forget to check out Target’s website for additional in store coupons for extra savings.

Here are a couple of great matchups this week:

Walgreens has Right Guard or Dry Idea on sale Buy one get one this week.  Use these coupons to score some extra freebies:  $1.50/2 (RedPlum 8/15), or B1G1F (Red Plum 7/25)

If you are in the Kroger area, you cannot miss their mega sale.  Buy any 8 items, get $4 off at checkout.  This is not a coupon, rebate, or catalina.  You get the savings right away.  But you must buy in increments of 8.  Use your coupons, and stock up on as many buy one get one free products as you can.

Finally, enjoy a freebie from the National Parks Service.  There are three free admission days remaining in the year.  Spend some family time in a beautiful place!

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