There are five coupon inserts in today’s Sunday paper! The Sunday paper is one of the best sources of manufacturer’s coupons to use at the grocery store. Inside today’s paper you’ll find the following coupon inserts: General Mills, Smart Source x2, Red Plum x2. Most of the coupons inside can be used at the grocery store, but there are also a few restaurant coupons. If you don’t normally buy the Sunday paper, this would be a great day to buy it. If you do normally buy the Sunday paper, this would be a great day to buy an extra copy or too. If you want to increase the number of coupons you have, then buying more than one copy of the Sunday paper is the easiest way to do it.
Here are my favorite 4 coupons from today’s coupon inserts:
Finish/Electrasol Powerball Tabs, Gelpacs or Quantum Save $2.50
A high-value coupon that will get you at least 50% off on any package. There is no package size requirement written on this coupon.
Johnson’s Baby or Buddies Save $1.00
We are fans of the Buddies soap for my toddlers because we can use coupons like this one to get it for FREE or really cheap. I’ve noticed that my Kroger store used to have these priced at 99 cents, and now they have raised the price to $1.09. Other stores to look for the orange box of Johnson’s Buddies Soap priced right at or around $1.00 are Target, Walmart and CVS.
Juicy Juice Save $1.00
I love this coupon because you can use it on any Nestle Juicy Juice product and I find them on sale on a regular basis. Wait for a sale, then use your coupon to maximize your savings!
Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap Save 35 cents
A great coupon if your grocery store will triple it (my Kroger will) because they go on sale for $1 on a regular basis – free hand soap! There is also a 35 cent coupon for Dial Hand Soap, it also goes on sale for $1 on a regular basis so that’s more free hand soap!
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Just a heads up for that Electrasol coupon…Walgreens has a rebate going on right now that makes it $1.99 after the rebate, so with the coupon it would be free (maybe even a little profit). I think the original price was $3.49. Now if I can just find that coupon in my inserts!
In my LOCAL newspapers here (Virginia), you do not get ALL the inserts without having it delivered from the Newspaper itself!! It stinks, after purchasing sunday papers in stores for a few months I found out the hard way (didn’t realize until my neighbor started giving my his coupons)!! Now, I have to have the paper delivered to get all thos q’s…so WORTH it!!! I have been cutting/stacking q’s since October and have saved a lot of $$. Favorite stores for deals are definitely Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid and Super WalMart. In my area Wal Mart is the least expensive using q’s. However, our Farm Fresh and Harris Teeter grocery stores offer triple q’s every 4-6 weeks. When they offer this their prices are lower here than Wal-Mart.
Walgreens currently has Garnier Fructis shampoo, conditioner, and styling products for $.99 after using their instant $2 coupon from their EasySaver catalog found in store. Also, in yesterday’s newspaper insert (in Indiana) there were manufacturer’s coupons for $1 off Garnier Fructis shampoo/conditioner and $1 off styling products. So, after the store coupon and the manufacturer’s coupon, I got my shampoo for FREE.
Albertsons has Softsoap 10/$10 this week, and they double the coupons. I bought 2 for .30 each!! (I had two papers, two coupons). Melissa in N.E. Texas
Don’t forget the garnier fructis shampoo/conditioner or styling products on sale at walgreens. I also found a buy 1 get 1 free soy joy coupon, which was still buy1get 1 free at walgreens.all in all, I got 12 bottles of shampoo, 12 styling products and 10 soy joy bars for free:)thanks Heather(you rock!)
Papers in LA did not have any great coupons this weekend!! Bummer!
I found a coupon for $3 off 10 SoyJoy bars. Combined with 10 soyjoy bars for $5 at Riteaid and a RiteAid rebate for $5 back off the purchase of 10 soyjoy bars, this is an excellent deal!
I’m so glad I stopped by your blog today! I quickly glanced through my paper this morning, pulled out 3 coupon inserts that I found and tossed everything else in recycling. Just a few minutes ago I read your post, went out to the recycling bin, pulled out the paper, and found two more coupon inserts that I’d overlooked! Thanks to you!
I discovered how great the paper was on our way home. We made a stop and bought 4 more of them. Total cost: $8.75. I clipped $116.90 worth of coupons for products we sometimes buy, depending on sales. Of that amount $47.85 are coupons for things I would buy with or without a sale or coupon, making my coupon cutting time worth at least $40!
This clears up the confusion about the extra coupon inserts today. My mother was yelling about them getting mixed up from past weeks. It’s a extra nice week with the extra coupons! I get comments from strangers about how organized my coupon book is all the time. Taking that hour or two out of every Sunday is worth saving money every week.-Sammi
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For Cheri in Washington State. I went around to all the grocery stores in the area where I live (NC)and asked if they double or triple coupons. Ingles did both. I also wrote down and kept a log of items at the store and prices of items that I normally purchase with coupons and with their advantage card which gives you more discounts. I then went to the local Walmart and found out all-in-all I could get a better deal at Walmart with their low-low prices. I only found 1 item that was lower at the Ingles and that was a special sale they had on gallons of milk from $3.67 to $2.67 with a limit of 4 of which I bought all four. You can check out any specials that are going on at your local grocery store as well as Walmart by going on line each week to check it out. Ingles puts a flyer out of what is in the local Sunday newspaper. I still collect coupons from the paper as well as going on-line to several web sites to retrieve free coupons and print them out at home and buy accordingly…..they still work at Walmart, ya know and it is cheaper anyway which makes it even easier than the double and triple coupons all in all. I keep a record for 1 month on the prices of Walmart and buy when prices are at their lowest possible price and then use the coupons I have. I stock up on anything on sale and buy in quantity enough to last me 3-4 weeks so I can purchase whenever the prices hit their lowest price and then use my coupons on top of that. Even Walmart has rollover prices on foods and specials you just have to make a log and do it on your favorite foods you buy and write it down for 4 weeks and total up each of the weeks of your favorite foods and prices and figure out the best week to buy your foods and use your coupons. They seem to run reduced prices on various weeks regularly and those are the weeks you want to use your coupons. I’m new at doing this, but I am constantly searching for ways to save monies. The first time out I saved $14.00 at the grocery store and $50.00 at Home Depot which is Gas money for me or more food or a bill to pay. Each time I get better and better.
I’m in Washington State also and having trouble finding ANYONE that will double coupons. I’ve even emailed grocery stores. What a bummer! Let me know if anyone finds out differently. Cheri
Angela – I found the Buddies coupon in the Red Plum insert. The front cover is advertising "70% off Frames" for the JC Penney eyeglass sale. It's near the middle of the insert, bottom left, look for yellow & pink half-page ad with coupon. Sometimes the coupons vary slightly by region, but for the most part the coupon inserts are the same across the U.S. Also some newspapers don't include all of the coupon inserts. I also get the Red Plum coupon inserts in my mailbox every week, so I get double Red Plum coupons without having to buy an extra paper. -HeatherFreebies 4 Mom
Teacher Lori – I also live in Seattle and the only place that I’ve ever had double is Kmart. I heard they were doing it again starting today up to $1. I would give a call.
Which insert was the buddies coupon in? I’ve overlooked it or didn’t get it.
I’m so jealous that you have store that will double (or triple!!) off your coupons. I can’t find any place in the Seattle area that will do that. If someone knows of a place, I would love to hear it.Another great source of extra coupons is a neighbor or friend who gets the Sunday paper and doesn’t use the coupons. My mother-in-law lets me have hers. From TeacherLori (I’m having trouble posting this.)