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Today’s New Printable Coupons

Posted on Thursday, September 3rd, 2009 at 4:19 pm
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If you can’t get enough of printable coupons, check out the following ones that are available today!

If you live near a Giant Food Store, like I do here in PA, you’ll want to snag this coupon for $2 off of a $5 meat purchase. They frequently have sales on ground turkey and chicken breasts, so I’ll probably be apply my coupon to something like that.

On the same page, you’ll also find $1 off of Festingos Tortilla Chips.

How about a coupon for contact lens solution? Renu is offering a $2 off of one bottle of the multipurpose solution. Here is an extra savings hint. Use this coupon on a travel size at Walmart or Target to get it for free!

Just because it seems as though summer is over doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy an ice cream treat! Klondike is offering a $1 off coupon to make up for their new box. Use this coupon against a single Klondike bar at your favorite store that takes coupons to get it for free.

For another summery treat, you can get a free Sonic coupon worth $.99 off of one of their Limeade Sonic Chillers. How sweet it is!

Okay, now on to some healthy food. Mom’s Best Naturals is offering a 75 cent off coupon for any product. I’ve seen these priced between $1 and $1.50 for the small oatmeal, so you may be able to get it for free (especially if the coupon doubles).

Do you want another freebie? Borders comes to the rescue. I love this store, by the way, because they frequently have great deals on bargain books. But take this coupon to Borders, and you’ll get a free coffee!

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