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Valentines Day Coupons

Posted on Saturday, February 13th, 2010 at 6:27 am
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There is only one insert this weekend, due to the President’s Day Holiday.  It’s a RedPlum, and it’s got some great high value coupons on pet food, Bertolli, Quaker Oats, and SmartBalance.  Find our preview here,

You can also find an entire list of pdfs by date which for each Sunday insert back to March here.

Next Sunday, there will be another P&G insert, and a great offer to get a coupon booklet with more than $100 worth of P&G coupons.  The form will be in next week’s Brandsaver insert, or you can print it here.  You have to purchase $50 worth of P&G products, and send in the receipts with the form.  The link also shows you what coupons will be included.  It’s in a yellow box on that page.  Scroll down to see all of them.  There are a lot of high value coupons, and some free Pampers Gifts to Grow points.

So in the coming weeks, you’ll see a lot of sales for P&G products to tie into this.  We’ll be looking for matchups for these coupons with the sales once they are in the mail.

Happy Valentines Day!  And Happy Mardi Gras!

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