Sunday Coupon Preview: 4 inserts coming!

If you were disappointed last week because your paper had no inserts, they’re making up for it this week!  This week, there will be FOUR inserts in the paper:  one General Mills insert, one Red Plum insert, and two Smartsource inserts!   Sunday Coupon Preview gives you the “scoop” on what coupons will be in the inserts so you can decide what coupons you want to stock up onYou can buy multiple Sunday papers, buy from a coupon clipping service, or dumpster dive (that last option is definitely NOT for me!) For information on reputable coupon clipping services, check out this post here.

Here are some of the “hot” coupons you’ll find this week: check out the full listing of coupons here (keep in mind that the dollar amount of individual coupons varies by region)

General Mills
$.50/2 Betty Crocker boxed potatoes (if your stores double, you should be able to get great deals on these!)
$.75/1 Chex Mix Muddy Buddies snack mix
$.35/1 Totino’s pizza rolls (if your stores double or triple, you should be able to get some great deals!)

Red Plum
$2/1 Bayer Advanced aspirin
$1/1 DiGiorno pizza
$2/1 Purex (bigger bottles)
$.75/2 Ragu

Smartsource #1
$3/1 Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Cootie & Memory – watch for sales and stock up for gifts!
$1.50/1 Colgate Optic white toothpaste
$4/1 Monopoly, The Game of Life, Sorry, Scrabble or Jenga game
$4/1 Operation, Guess Who?, Connect 4 or Battleship game Save
BOGO free Speedstick deodorant

Smartsource #2
$5/1 Bengay – the last time this coupon was out, people were able to get “overage” on products at Walmart
$1/1 CoverGirl make-up
$2/1 Gain or Tide powder detergent
$1.50/1 Huggies diapers
$3/1 Huggies Little Movers slip-ons diapers
$.50/1 Huggies baby wipes
$.50/2 Prego sauces (I haven’t seen a Prego coupon in a LONG time!)
$5/1 Tylenol Precise – you should be able to get products for free or close to free w/ coupon
What coupons will you be stocking up on this week? How do you get extra coupons when there are hot ones you want? Is anyone noticing a trend with coupons? It seems like the dollaramounts are getting lower or you’re having to buy more items to use the coupon. Once again, I blame Extreme Couponing!

NOTE: Please keep in mind that the dollar amounts on your coupons or the coupons in general may vary by area. Also, not all newspapers carry all inserts. You may want to check first before buying multiple newspapers!

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