Friday, January 15, 2010

Sunday Coupon Preview for 01/17/10

Way back when we first got married and lived on a first-year teacher's salary one of the things I did to save money was coupon clipping. Honestly, in those days, I didn't really know what I was doing. I just clipped random coupons I thought I might need, sorted into some general categories and tried to remember what coupons I had when I went to the grocery store.

Today it's much easier to clip coupons with intentionality. One tool that makes this easier is Sunday Coupon Preview.  This site lists the inserts and coupons that are expected to be out each week - before they come out on Sunday.

Here are some of the coupons that caught my eye this week...

Proctor & Gamble insert:
$1.00 any Duracell CopperTop 6 pack or larger
50c any Dawn plus hand renewal
$1.00 any Olay body wash. bar or in-shower lotion ETS
$1.00 any 2 Pantene products
75c any Crest toothpaste 4 oz or larger or liquid gel (We're running low on tootpaste!)

Colgate Total $1 (2/6/10)
Cottonelle SoothingCLean Flushable Moist Wipes 36ct or 42 ct $.50/2
Cottonelle SoothingClean Flushable Moist WIpes 72 ct $.50
Huggies Diapers $
Huggies Baby Wipes $.50
Huggies Pull Ups $2
Huggies Pull Ups Flushable Moist Wipes $1
Johnsonville Italian Sausage $.55
Johnsonville Breakfast links, patties or roll sausage $.55
Johnsonville Summer Sausage $.55
Post Cereals $1/2
Silk Light Soymilk 1/2 gallon $.55
Silk Soymilk 1/2 gallon $.55

Keep in mind, the specific coupons and inserts in your area may vary from this list. The larger the distribution of your newspaper, the more coupons it will have. Also, most grocery stores in Maryland will double coupons up to $0.99, so the Crest coupon will double to $1.50, but the Colgate coupon will only be $1.00. Go visit Sunday Coupon Preveiw to get their full list.

1 comment:

Rebecca said...

I find it just a bit disconcerting that I've been at this for 20 years, and my coupon method is precisely what you described in your "before" statement. Oh, well! Maybe I'll never get into the deep end of the couponing pool, but I love gleaning little tips from bloggers and doing what I can to fill my home with inexpensive and sometimes free food and supplies. Keep it up!


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