How to Get Your RedPlum Inserts
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How to Get Your RedPlum Inserts

Posted on Monday, April 27th, 2009 at 4:05 pm
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In many areas, RedPlum (Valassis) inserts are now rare from the Sunday paper. They may be available in the middle of the week in you local paper or mailed to your home. But if your RedPlum inserts are missing in action, you can contact Valassis to be added to their list. This way, the coupons are sure to be mailed to you.

When you get to the page using the link below, select the drop down selection for consumer, for the answer to what kind of user you are. Then select the drop down selection that says “I would like to start/stop receiving your coupons in the mail.”

Hit next and fill out the form to start receiving the coupons. You can also contact Valassis by phone: Valassis’ Consumer Assistance line toll free at 1-800-437-0479 (8:30am-5:00pm EST).

Click here to get to the Valassis page.

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