Most coupons can be printed twice. Just hit “back” on your internet browser to go back to the beginning of the list to print your favorite coupons a second time. And remember that each company sets a limit to the TOTAL number of coupons that can be printed. So the popular coupons will “disappear” after they have reached their print limit. So print today and you won’t miss out on the coupons you want!
Great coupons at Coupons.com this month are:
$1/2 Ronzoni pasta
$.50/1 Honey Nut Cheerios
$.50/1 Green Giant Steamers
$.55/1 Yoplait 32 oz. yogurt
$1/3 Birds Eye frozen vegetables
Print all these great coupons and many more at Coupons.com!!!
Also, Smart Source has a new set of coupons available…including:
$.50/1 Mt. Olive product (potential for free relish if it goes on sale for $1!)
$1/1 Colgate 360 toothbrush
$1/1 Shady Brook Farms turkey
$1/1 seasoned Egg Beaters
Save for college on products you’re already buying!!! To load up on this month’s electronic coupons, go to Upromise.com to sign up for electronic coupons or reload your electronic coupons to your store loyalty card! Their electronic coupons refresh at the start of each month. They can be loaded onto store loyalty cards to several stores in your area, including Kroger, Meijer, Marsh and CVS. The amount of the electronic coupon is deposited into your online college savings account at Upromise.com. What a great way to save a little extra while buying products you need!
If you haven’t loaded electronic coupons to your Kroger and Safeway family stores rewards card, now is a great time to load from!
Other Coupon Resources
EnjoyLifeFoods.com (allergen/gluten-free products)
If you are a Walmart shopper, be sure to check out the complete list of coupon matchups for Walmart stores at DealSeekingMom.com!
This is the perfect time to ruffle through your coupons and remove all the expired coupons. Expired coupons can be sent to military families stationed overseas, who can use them for up to 6 months after their expiration.
Happy Coupon Hunting, Printing and Clipping!
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