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Got Coupons? – Your Sunday paper will!

07/26/13 06:43

Sharpen those Scissors - this Sunday expect $385 worth of coupons in your local paper.

This is a great chance to get started couponing or build up your stockpile by purchasing several copies.. It is Back-to-School time at the grocery store soon, so you will find lots of coupons for items that are lunchbox friendly.

Expect to find one Proctor & Gamble insert, 2 from Smart Source and 2 from Red Plum!


Here are a few of the best Back to School coupons:

  • Hefty $1/2 slider bags 12ct+ (10/31/13)
  • Nestle $1/2 Pure Life purified water .5-liter multi-packs 15pk+ (9/8/13)
  • Nestle $1/2 Pure Life purified water 8oz multi-packs 12pk+ (9/8/13)
  • Welch's $1/2 jams, jellies or spreads (9/30/13)
  • PowerCrunch $.25/1 bar (12/31/13)
  • PowerCrunch B4G1 free up to $1.29 (12/31/13)
  • Purell $1/1 8oz+ advanced hand sanitizer (9/22/13)
  • Purell $1/3 products (9/22/13)
  • Rubbermaid $2/1 LunchBlox sandwich, salad, entree or kids lunch kit (9/14/13)
  • Buddig $1/1 original or Deli Cuts item 9oz+ (10/31/13)
  • Buddig $1/5 2oz original or 1.6oz snack buds packages (10/31/13)
  • Chex $.50/1 box (9/7/13)
  • Skippy $.75/2 15oz+ products (8/31/13)

**Insert information was not provided or confirmed by the Charlotte Observer


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