Super Sunday Inserts July 11, and Great Printable Deals
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Super Sunday Inserts July 11, and Great Printable Deals

Posted on Friday, July 9th, 2010 at 8:35 pm
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I hope you had a happy Fourth of July, and are enjoying the summer.  This weekend there are two inserts, a Smart Source and a Red Plum.  They are chock full of great coupons.  The preview is here.  You’ll find some Huggies coupons this weekend, as well as some other goodies you don’t see often.  I like the Cat’s Pride cat litter, there’s a $1 coupon this weekend and it tends to be cheaper than other brands, and an Olay Cleanser B1G1F up to $6.99.  Look to use this on special sales at CVS or Walgreens, where you might get something back as well.  There are also a lot of Glade coupons for plugins and scented oil.  It is very likely there will be some promotions for these soon.

If you have not checked out our printable coupons, please do so.  Highlights include $3 off 10 Weight Watchers Smart Ones, and more Glade scented oil coupons, also Glade candle coupons.  These can often be picked up very cheaply with coupons, especially when there is a Buy One Get One sale.  Be sure to print the $1 off Dove Promises Silky Smooth Chocolate, as I predict that these will be printed quickly.

Here are some manufacturer printable coupons and rebate forms you will enjoy:

Get $10 when you buy $30 worth of Metamucil, Align, Prilosec, and Pepto Bismol products.  The $10 comes as a gift card.

Pantene Satisfaction Guaranteed or 2x Your Money Back Offer – Try Pantene and if you are  not satisfied, submit for a rebate.

$2 Printable coupon for Land O Frost Sandwich Kits.

Buy One Off Clip On, Get One Free – Printable coupon for these great little personal fans you clip on your clothes to keep the bugs away!

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