Get your Sunday insert coupons now!

The coupons that will be in tomorrow’s inserts are available NOW on My Coupon Hunter.  There will be THREE inserts and there are some great coupons!  Don’t forget to check out my printable coupon round-up for other great coupons!

There are lots of coupons, but here are the ‘hot” coupons that I’m seeing:


$1/1 Crest Premium toothpaste paste – expires 3/31/10 – there is a monthly deal on this at Walgreens!

Buy one Gillette Fusion shave prep, get one Gillette body wash free – expires 3/31/10 – if you have the $1/1 Gillette Fusion shave gel coupons from the last P&G insert, you should be able to use that and this one and get some cheap shave gel and body wash!

$4/2 Gillette body washes or deodorants – expires 3/31/10 – pair this with the free body wash when you buy deodorant coupon from the last P&G insert and you should be able to get some GREAT deals on body wash an ddeodorant!

$2/1 Pampers Cruisers diapers – expires 3/31/10 – Pampers go on sale for $8.99 fairly regularly, so if you love Pampers, $6.99 is a decent price


Buy One, get One Free Purex liquid detergent or Purex Complete 3 in 1 laundry sheets (max value $7) – expires 3/6/10 – this has a short expiration date, but this is a HOT coupon that will be gone fast!

 $.55/1 Sara lee Soft & Smooth bread, buns, or mini bagels – expires 4/30/10 – we love the whole grain white Sara Lee bread, so these will definitely come in handy!

$3/2 Infant Tylenol, Children’s Tylenol, Infant’s Motrin, Children’s Motrin – expires 5/31/10 – if you need to stock your medicine cabinet, there will probably be a deal at CVS or Walgreens that you can pair this with

$.75/1 Kelloggs Special K Fruit Crisps – expires 4/18/10 – pair these with the Target/Kellogg’s gift card deal for even greater savings!

$1/1 Uncle Ben’s whole grain brown rice – expires 4/18/10


.55/1 Bumble Bee Premium Tuna Pouch – expires 5/31/10 – now that Lent has started, we’ll see lots of deals on tuna and these will pair up nicely with those deals if you want to stock up on tuna

$4/1 Claritin-D Non-Drowsy and $4/1 Claritin Non-Drowsy – expires 3/20/10 – we go through a LOT of Claritin in this house, so I’m excited to see this coupon!

$.75/1 Colgate 360 manual toothbrush – expires 3/13/10

$.5/1 Colgate Max White, Max Fresh, Total, Sensitive, or Kids toothpaste – expires 3/13/10 – pair this with a CVS or Walgreens deal for free or cheap toothpaste!

Here are a few “Frequently Asked Questions” I get about stocking up on coupons:

How do you know if an item is going to go on sale? I don’t want to stock up on coupons and then have them go to waste.

In some cases (CVS and Walgreens), I can look at ad scans for upcoming weeks online and get a “heads up” about what will be on sale in upcoming weeks. In other cases, I have to go off of my experiences with sales cycles. There’s not a 100% chance that these items will go on sale, but typically if coupons are coming out in the inserts, they will match up with some sale in upcoming weeks.

Is it worth it to “buy” coupons when your goal is saving money? It seems kind of counterproductive.

If you are looking to stockpile items on a budget, the best way to do this is to pair coupons with sale prices and in order to really stockpile items, you are going to need multiple coupons. I know that some people buy multiple newspapers, but that doesn’t really “work” for me because then I have the extra work of coupon up with all of that paper. Using a coupon clipping service or eBay to get coupons is more time and cost effective for me because then I’m only getting coupons for the things that I want and need and they’re already clipped!

The savings far outweigh what I spend.

For example, let’s say I buy 10 .50/1 Bird’s Eye Steamfresh veggie coupons at $.09 each from My Coupon Hunter to pair with a 10/$10 sale at my grocery store (which doubles coupons). Using the coupons, I can get 10 bags of vegetables (which are normally $1.69 at my stores) for $.90 (the cost of my coupons). I have just saved $16.