This week there will be two inserts in the Sunday paper: one Red Plum and one Smartsource. If you are needing to stock up on Halloween candy or wanting to stock your medicine cabinet, there will be some great coupons!
Scroll down for recommendations on coupon clipping services. Also, be sure to check out my post on Using a Coupon Clipping Service to Build Your Stockpile.
Here are some of the “HOT” coupons I see this week:
$1/2 Nestle chocolate Halloween fun size bags – expires 10/31/10
$1/2 Wonka Halloween candy fun size bags – expires 10/31/10
$1/1 El Monterey Mexican snacks – expires 1/15/11 – great to have on hand as a “quick fix”
$1/1 El Monterey taquitos – expires 1/15/11
$1/2 Hershey’s, Reese’s, or Kit Kat snacks (expires 10/31/10)
$1.50/1 Hormel refrigerated entree – expires 11/29/10 (we have had these a few times and they are actually pretty good)
$1.50/1 Huggies diapers (expires 11/13/10)
$2/1 Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers (expires 11/13/10)
$.50/2 Jell-O gelatin or pudding – expires 11/14/10
$1/1 Kraft 100 calorie packs cheese bites – expires 11/17/10
Get ready to stock up your medicine cabinet ~ There should be good CVS/Walgreens deals coming up (based on sales in previous years) to match up with these coupons:
$2/1 Theraflu Max-D Severe Cold/Cough – expires 12/4/10
$1.50/1 Theraflu – expires 12/4/10
You can order your coupons in multiples from the following coupon clipping services: (I have ordered from all of these and never had a problem)
*My Coupon Hunter ~ This is my favorite coupon clipping service. She doesn’t have minimum purchase requirements, turn around time is quick, and her communication is great! She ships from Florida.
*The Coupon Clippers ~ This was the first coupon clipping service I ever used, but their prices tend to be higher than the other two services and there are minimum order requirements, so I don’t order from them much anymore.
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