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This Week’s Most Popular Coupons

Posted on Sunday, September 12th, 2010 at 3:18 am
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In case you missed it in the email, here are this week’s most popular coupons.

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<----------- (Join The Free Coupon Club). #1 - $1.00 off General Mills cereals

#2 – $2.00 off 1 HUGGIES Baby Wipes

#3 – Target – Save 15%-75% on Clearance.

#4 – $1.00 off 3 boxes of Rice-a-Roni or Pasta Roni

#5 – $1.00 off Totino`s Crisp Crust Party Pizza

#6 – $2.00 off ONE (1) HUGGIES Diapers

#7 – $150 off TWO packages of Kellogg`s Cereals

#8 – $0.50 off Old El Paso product

#9 – $3.00 off Any ONE (1) HUGGIES Snug & Dry Diapers

#10 – $0.60 off Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables

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