August 26, 2011

CLIP | Sunday Coupon Preview 08/21/11 (3 Inserts - 1 SS, 1 RP, 1 PG)

It's that time of the week - time to look ahead at the anticipated Sunday insert coupons so you can start planning for next week's store deals. 

It's always useful to know how many coupon inserts to expect each Sunday and even more useful to know which coupons you'll find in those inserts so you can decide as early as possible if it's a good week to order coupons from a clipping service*.


This Sunday, 08/28/11, there will be (3) inserts in the Sunday newspapers - 1 SS, 1 RP, 1 PG.

Remember, coupons can and do vary by product/brand and vary by value depending upon geographic regions in the USA.

Be sure to check the Insert Schedule for 2011 to look ahead at the upcoming weekends if you haven't already; make a note on your calendar which weekends extra inserts are expected so you can plan ahead to grab extra papers. 

Here are some of the upcoming coupons that look good to me:

Smart Source

$0.55/1 Barilla Pasta Sauce

$0.50/1 Chex Cereal

$1.00/1 Energizer Batteries

$1.00/1 Mt Olive Pickles, Peppers, or Relish

$0.50/1 White Castle frozen 6-pack microwaveable hamburgers or cheeseburgers (Which I won't need to buy since a WC just opened up down the road from me! Mmmmm!)

Red Plum

$1.00/1 Nutella (My hubs tried this when he was traveling for work and now we're both hooked. Serious YUM.)

$0.55/1 Sara Lee Iron Kids Better White Bread

$5.00/1 Zyrtec adult 24+ ct

Proctor & Gamble

$1.00/1 Cascade

$0.50/1 Crest Toothpaste 4 oz+

$0.50/1 Dawn

Oodles of Febreze brand coupons

$0.50/1 Mr. Clean Magic Erasers

For the full list of upcoming insert coupons, be sure to check out this post at Sunday Coupon Preview.

Need help with learning to coupon or with keeping your coupons organized?  Check out these posts for some ideas on how to get started:

:: Back to Basics | How to Coupon
{This is a four post series that covers the basics of learning how to coupon, from finding and organizing coupons to planning and executing your store trips}

:: 8 Tips to Organize Your Coupons Each Month

::  Couponing Terminology
{Do all those couponing acronyms and abbreviations look like jibberish?  This is a brief list of some of the most common ones and what they mean.}

Also, be sure to check out some of the HOT printable coupons that were released this week as well; if you'll use them, print 'em before they're gone.

Have a great weekend!

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