Superbowl Sunday Coupons – WOW! 4 Inserts!
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Superbowl Sunday Coupons – WOW! 4 Inserts!

Posted on Friday, February 5th, 2010 at 9:46 pm
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There is another HUGE set of inserts in the newspaper this Sunday.  There’s a SmartSource, a RedPlum, a General Mills, and a P&G Brandsaver.  Our preview is here.

As I mentioned last week, there are a lot of Buy one get one free coupons in the P&G Brandsaver.  This is going to go great with a lot of sales in the coming weeks.  For example, you’ll find the following:

CoverGirl Face product B1G1F
Febreze – Buy on Flameless Luminary Starter Kit, get Free Refill
Gillette Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant B1G1F
Herbal Essences Styling product FREE when you buy any Herbal Essences Shampoo, Conditioner
Olay Quench Body Lotion FREE when you buy Olay Pro-X product
Olay Body Wash FREE when you buy Venus Embrace or Venus Breeze Razor
Swiffer Starter Kit Buy one, Get Free Refill 3/31/2010
Secret Deodorant FREE when you buy Olay Pro-X product
Tide Detergent 75oz+, Buy one, get free Tide Stain Release

That’s a lot of matchups. Many of these also have companion cents off coupons. There’s a sale at CVS this week for Buy one get one free on the Gillette deodorant. I’m going to see how they honor the buy one get one free coupon as well. I may wind up with 2 free packages. I’ll let you know. CVS also has an offer of free Duracell batteries when you buy $25 worth of P&G products.

Happy Superbowl Sunday! Enjoy the game, stay warm, and keep on clippin’!

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