I got my first issue of All You (Aug. 1) in the mail and my subscription is through September 2010 – hooray! That means that this $12 subscription (no longer available) came through for me, so I’ll cancel my free 2-issue trial. This is the most “chock-full ‘o coupons magazine” you’ve ever seen! There are some old favorites in here: Save $1 on John Frieda Frizz-Ease, Save $1 on any Kotex that will score you free products at Walmart. Other coupons to note: Save $1 on Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats Strawberry Delight (don’t tell my one-year old, he loves these!) and Save $1.50 on ColgateAdvanced toothpaste (great to save for a CVS deal).
Update @ 10:30 am: One of my readers just emailed me this tip: “Thanks for the info on All You…after checking around a bit, I found a deal at qsp.com and got 24 issues for $20! To make it even better, I entered my son’s school and they will get an $8 rebate from my subscription. Please pass this on to your readers and keep up the great work that you do!” I’m not familiar with QSP, so I do encourage you to do your own research about this company before placing an order for a subscription.
The coupons in All You are manufacturer’s coupons and you can buy this magazine only at Walmart (or through a subscription). The newsstand price varies slightly by region, I’ve heard $1.77 to $2.24 (just updated the price range!). The coupons I get out of my 2-year subscription to All You will more than pay for my $12 subscription cost. This is the only magazine I will pay for! I get the rest for FREE (but you already know that).
My goal is to make this weekly update a bit shorter by focusing on those coupons that will help the most readers. I’ll give you updates on Kroger eCoupons and store specific coupons in separate posts as new ones pop up.
This is my weekly update on what’s new from Coupons, Inc. – the company that manages the Coupons.com and “bricks” printable coupons.
Purple “Quick Print” Coupons – have you seen my purple “quick print” coupon ads in the right column? This is where you can quickly scan the list of 53 printable coupons, and select the ones you want to print. It’s a quicker way to print coupons, the coupons will print three to a page. And if you’ve already printed your limit of a coupon, it will no longer appear in the list. It’s just a smart coupon printing tool, and it’s a way to support my blog.
What’s my favorite coupon this week?
What else is new this week?
Save $1.00 on two Apple and Eve
Bricks Coupon List – this is a giant list of 93 “bricks” coupons scattered across tons of different product websites. This is a great list to browse if you are new to printable coupons. What’s new on the list this week? Lots (please visit the list for the links):
Save $3.00 on Science Diet Nature’s Best Feline product
Clean Home Journal Coupons
$5 Iams Coupon (thanks Julie)
$4 Purina Coupon + Purina donates $1 (thanks Anne)
What are your favorite coupons this week?