Coupons In Sunday Paper 6/30

Thinking of picking up a Sunday Paper?  You should have two inserts inside.

(Virginian Pilot readers click HERE to see why you will only receive one).

Click HERE to see the insert schedule for 2013. Remember it is just a guideline but usually it’s pretty accurate.

Red Plum

.75/1 Bar-S beef franks (exp 7/21)
$1 off Ben & Jerry’s frozen yogurt or ice cream (exp 7/28)
$1/2 Brawny paper towels (exp 7/27)
$1 off Cortizone-10 eczema or hydratensize lotion (exp 9/7)
$1 off Cortizone-10 product, 1 oz + (exp 9/7)
.75/1 Florida Crystals light or amber Organic blue agave nectar (exp 9/30)
$1 off Florida Crystals natural or Organic sugar (exp 9/30)
$1/2 King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls, 12 pk. (exp 7/31)
$1/2 King’s Hawaiian mini sub, sandwich, hamburger or hot dog buns (exp 7/31)
$1 off L’Oreal Advanced shampoo or conditioner, excl trial size (exp 8/24)
$1 off L’Oreal Advanced treatment (exp 8/24)
$1 off L’Oreal Studio Line stylant (exp 8/24)
$1/2 Pringles fat free/light cans, 150 g+ (exp 8/11)
$1/4 Pringles full size cans, 160 g+ (exp 8/11)
.50/1 Pringles Snack Stacks, excl trial size or Stix, 70 ct. or 8 pk. (exp 8/11)
$1/2 Purina Beggin’ dog snacks (exp 9/30)
$1.25 off Quilted Northern 24 double roll+ (exp 7/31)
.45/1 Quilted Northern Ultra Plush, 9 big rolls+ (exp 7/31)
.45/1 Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong, 9 big rolls+ (exp 7/31)
$2 off Sinex spray or Vicks Nyquil/Dayquick Sinex liquicaps (exp 7/31)
$1 off Swiffer Bissell Steamboost refill pads (Target coupon) (exp 7/31)
$5 off Swiffer Bissell Steamboost starter kit (Target coupon) (exp 7/31)
$2 off Swiffer SweeperVac, Sweeper or WetJet (Target coupon) (exp 7/31)
.75/1 Swiffer SweeperVac, Sweeper, WetJet or dusters refill (Target) (exp 7/31)
$1 off Tradewinds slow-brewed iced tea, 1 gal (exp 8/11)

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Facebook Coupon: Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic

Did you know you can use your Facebook page to give you access to great coupons?

Today at 1 p.m. EST, Vlasic is offering loyal consumers 10,000 free coupons as part of a 60,000 first-come, first-serve coupon giveaway.

All it takes is the click of a button! You can download the coupons on the Vlasic Facebook page today at 1 p.m. EST. Don’t worry, you can still save even after the first 10,000 free coupons are gone! The next 10,000 consumers receive $3 off, the next 30,000 receive $2 off, and the last 10,000 receive $1 off.

PLEASE NOTE: In my area we have no stores who like to take printed coupons for FREE products.  I would suggest trying to get one of the other coupons instead of the free one!

While you are on Facebook be sure to like A Frugal Chick- some quick deals I only put on the facebook page!

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Coupons In Sunday Paper 6/23/13

Thinking of picking up a Sunday Paper?  This weekend you should find 2.

(Virginian Pilot readers click HERE to see why you will only receive one).

Click HERE to see the insert schedule for 2013. Remember it is just a guideline but usually it’s pretty accurate.

SmartSource (SS 06/23/13)

  • $1/1 Arm & Hammer 4X Concentrated Detergent, exp. 8/31/13
  • $1/2 Arm & Hammer Power Paks Single Use Laundry Detergent, exp. 8/31/13
  • $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit By The Foot, Fruit Gushers or Fruit Roll-Ups Fruit Flavored Snacks, exp. 8/17/13
  • $2/1 Bio-Oil Item, exp. 9/30/13
  • $4/1 Bio-Oil Item, exp. 9/30/13
  • $3/1 Carvel Ice Cream Cake, exp. 9/30/13
  • $1/1 Citracal Product, exp. 9/30/13
  • $2/1 Citracal Sugar Free Chocolate Chews, exp. 9/30/13
  • $1/1 Coppertone Product, exp. 8/31/13
  • $5/2 Coppertone Product, exp. 8/31/13
  • $0.75/1 Cracker Barrel Cheese, exp. 8/31/13
  • $0.50/2 Dole Canned Pineapple, exp. 8/31/13
  • $0.50/1 Dole Fruit Smoothie Shakers, exp. 8/31/13
  • $0.55/1 Edge Shave Gel or Shave Cream, exp. 8/4/13
  • $1/1 Edwards Whole Pie Product, exp. 8/31/13
  • $1/2 General Mills Big G Cereals, exp. 8/3/13

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Coupons In Sunday Paper 6/16

Thinking of picking up a Sunday Paper?  This weekend most areas should find two inserts- Red Plum and Smart Source.

(Virginian Pilot readers click HERE to see why you will only receive one).

Click HERE to see the insert schedule for 2013. Remember it is just a guideline but usually it’s pretty accurate.

Here is what you should find inside:

::Smart Source

  • $1/1 Air Wick Scented Oil mega or triple refill
  • Air Wick Free Scented Oil base warmer unit wyb Scented Oil twin refill up to $1.19 excludes free item packs
  • $1/1 Alberto V05 Salon Series shampoo or conditioner 14.2oz
  • $1/1 Alberto V05 Salon Series styling, treatment or Hot Oil product
  • $1/1 Alberto V05 shampoo or conditioner 15oz+
  • $2/1 Blink Tears or GelTears
  • $.50/1 Colgate toothpaste 4oz+
  • $1.50/1 Depend shields or guards for me
  • $1/1 Depend product
  • $1.50/1 Excedrin 100ct+ product
  • $1/1 Excedrin 24ct+ product
  • $.25/1 Fabuloso multi-use cleaner or spray 32oz+
  • $1/1 Farmer John sliced lunch meat
  • $1/2 Farmer John hot dogs
  • $.30/1 French’s mustard
  • $1/1 French’s Flavor Infuser marinade
  • $1/1 Gina Rispoli jar dnd

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Coupons In Sunday Paper 6/9/13

Thinking of picking up a Sunday Paper?  You should find one insert inside- a Smart Source.

Click HERE to see the insert schedule for 2013. Remember it is just a guideline but usually it’s pretty accurate.

Smart Source

Ball $1/1 real fruit pectin or food mix (flex batch) (7/28)
Ball/Kerr B2G1 free lids box (7/28)
Ban $2/2 antiperspirant deodorants 1.5oz+ (7/13)
Band-Aid $.75/2 bandage products (7/13) ETS
Benadryl $2/1 topical product (7/13) ETS
Better Than $1/1 dog treats or gnawin’ forever (9/9)
Betty Crocker $.50/2 Suddenly Salad mixes (8/3)
Brut $1/1 fragrance product 3.5oz+ not valid on shave foam, razors or Revolution products (7/6)
Buitoni $1/1 refrigerated pasta or sauce (9/9)
Curel $1/1 moisturizer 3.5floz+ (7/13)
Dr. Pepper $.75/1 TEN 2-liter bottle or 1 12pk cans (7/21) DND
Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Inc $.75/1 2-liter bottle 7UP Ten, A&W Ten, Sunkist Ten, Canada Dry Ten or RC Ten (7/21) DND
Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Inc. $1/2 12pks or 3 2-liter bottles 7UP, A&W, Sunkist Soda, Canada Dry or Sun Drop (7/21) DND
Dr. Scholl’s $1/1 Odor-X product (8/3)

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Coupons In Sunday Paper 6/2/13

Thinking of picking up a Sunday Paper?

You should see 3 inserts in the paper this weekend.

(Virginian Pilot readers click HERE to see why you will only receive two).

Click HERE to see the insert schedule for 2013. Remember it is just a guideline but usually it’s pretty accurate.

Red Plum 6/2/13

Alka-Seltzer $2/1 product excludes Plus (9/30/13)
all $.75/1 laundry detergent ets (7/14/13)
Allegra $2/1 anti-itch cream 1oz ets (8/3/13)
Allegra $3/1 Children’s Allergy, Allergy 24hr 5ct or 15ct or Allergy 12hr 12ct (8/3/13)
Allegra $5/1 allergy 30ct+ or D Allergy & Congestion (8/3/13)
AllWhites $1/2 packages (7/3/13)
Balmex $1/1 adult care rash cream (8/7/13)
Balmex $2/1 12oz adult care rash cream (8/7/13)
C&H $.40/1 24oz Organic or 32oz Washed Raw sugar (8/17/13)
C&H $.50/1 sugar 2lb+ (8/17/13)
C&H $1/1 Light product (8/17/13)
C&H $1/1 Organic Light or Amber Blue Agave Nectar (8/17/13)
Cadbury $1/1 ice cream bars (8/31/13)
Centrum $2/1 Specialist multivitamin (7/13/13)
Centrum $3/1 Flavor Burst multivitamin including drink mix (7/13/13)
Centrum $3/1 ProNutrients Omega-3 (7/13/13)
Centrum $3/1 regular or Silver multivitamin (7/13/13)
Daisy $.45/1 cottage cheese (8/31/13)
Degree $.50/1 Women motionSENSE product ets (6/30/13)
Dove $2/1 Clinical Protection anti-perspirant/deodorant excludes trial, multipacks and M+C (6/30/13)
Dove Men+Care $1/1 antiperspirant 2.7oz or deodorant 3oz ets (6/30/13)
Dove Men+Care $1/1 body and face bar 6-bar pk+ ets (6/30/13)
Dove Men+Care $1/1 body wash or active clean shower tool 13.5oz+ ets (6/30/13)
Dove Men+Care $1/1 face care ets (6/30/13)
Fiora $.50/1 bath tissue or paper towels dnd (7/31/13)
Florida’s Natural $1/2 1 liter citrus smoothies (8/31/13)
Frigo $.50/1 cheese excludes Cheese Heads items (9/30/13)
Garnier $1/1 moisturizer (7/27/13)
Garnier Fructis $1/1 shampoo, conditioner or treatment ets (7/13/13)
Garnier Fructis $1/1 style product ets (7/27/13)
Gold Bond $1/1 anti-itch cream or lotion (8/3/13)
Gold Bond $1/1 foot cream (8/3/13)
Gold Bond $1/1 foot cream (8/3/13)
Gold Bond $1/1 Friction Defense (8/3/13)
Gold Bond $1/1 lotion ets (8/3/13)
Gold Bond $1/1 powder or powder spray ets (8/3/13)
L’Oreal $2/1 Preference shade (7/27/13)
M&M’s $1/1 chocolate candies 9.9oz dnd (7/14/13)
MET-Rx $1/6 mini singles or 1 value pack (7/15/13)
MET-Rx $2/2 bars (7/15/13)
Ocean Spray $1/1 100% Juice Citrus 64oz (8/31/13)
Organic Valley $1/1 regular or flavored half & half (10/31/13)
Purina $3/1 ONE beyOnd dog food (7/14/13)
Skittles/Starburst/Life Savers Gummies $.1/2 packs 13-14oz dnd (9/2/13)
Skittles/Starburst/Life Savers Gummies $.50/2 packs 2-4.2oz dnd (9/2/13)
Snuggle $.50/1 fabric softener ets (7/14/13)
Surf $1/1 laundry detergent (7/14/13)

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June 2013 All You Magazine Coupons

ALL YOU magazine is one of the few magazines I pay more than about $5 for. Most issues have $50 to $120 worth of coupons in them and often, the coupons are a much higher-value than what you’ll ever see in the newspaper.

In addition, at least a few times per year, there will be a coupon for a completely free item!

You can buy it off the shelf for $2.99.

It is ALWAYS cheaper to buy it online either through Amazon or directly through All You Magazine.

Here is what you can expect inside the June 2013 issue:

  • $1/1 All You Summer Fun Guide, exp. 7/5/13
  • $1/1 Brawny Paper Towels, exp. 7/27/13
  • $1/1 Breyers Ice Cream Topping, exp. 8/4/13
  • $1/1 Butterball Deli Meat, exp. 8/31/13
  • $1/1 Butterball Everyday Frozen Turkey Burgers, Original Seasoned or Sweet Onion Seasoned, exp. 8/31/13
  • $0.55/1 Butterball Regular or Fully Cooked Turkey Bacon or Butterball Everyday Recipe Starters Turkey Dinner Sausage, exp. 8/31/13
  • $1/1 Dove Body Wash or Dove Beauty Bar Product, exp. 6/30/13
  • $1/1 Dove Men+Care Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant Product, exp. 7/15/13
  • $1/1 “From This Moment On” by Bella Andre, exp. 7/26/13
  • $1/2 Hormel Chili, exp. 7/31/13
  • $2/1 Huggies Little Swimmers Disposable Swimpants, exp. 7/1/13
  • FREE Orbit Gum wyb M&M’s Chocolate Candies AND 7UP, A&W, Sun Drop, Sunkist or Canada Dry, exp. 7/31/13
  • $2/1 Salon Grafix Product, exp. 7/31/13
  • $1/1 Sensodyne or ProNamel Product, exp. 8/31/13
  • $2.50/2 Sensodyne or ProNamel Product, exp. 8/31/13
  • $2/1 Similasan Ear Care Product, exp. 7/31/13
  • $2/1 Similasan Eye Care Product, exp. 7/31/13
  • $1/1 Stayfree Product, exp. 4/30/14
  • $1/1 Suave Hair Product, exp. 7/15/13
  • $0.75/1 New York Texas Toast Croutons, exp. 8/31/13
  • $0.75/1 New York Texas Toast Tortilla Strips Chili Lime or Chipotle Cheddar, exp. 8/31/13
  • $1/1 Truvia Natural Sweetener or Truvia Baking Blend with Sugar, exp. 8/15/13
  • $1/1 Tyson Any’tizers Snacks, exp. 8/17/13
  • $0.30/1 Winona Pure Spray, exp. 12/31/13

Any of these your favorite products?

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Coupons In Sunday Paper 5/26

Thinking of picking up a Sunday Paper?

There are no inserts this weekend because its Memorial Day!

Click HERE to see the insert schedule for 2013. Remember it is just a guideline but usually it’s pretty accurate.

 

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New Ibotta Offer: $10 Bonus!

If you have a smart phone and haven’t signed up for Ibotta yet NOW is the time to do it!

Any new user who signs up for Ibotta starting today can earn an extra $10 if they redeem 5 offers within 2 weeks of registering for the Ibotta app.  Yes, $10.  Remember, this is for a limited time only.

If you aren’t familiar with Ibotta click HERE to read my post.

There have been tons of new coupons on Ibotta of late so you can score some GREAT deals!

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What Are You In For? Coupon Fraud


It’s your first day in a new place.  Everyone is dressed to reflect their surroundings.  You walk into the cafeteria carrying your lunch.  Since you don’t know anyone you have to make that all important decision about where to sit.  You find some people who look friendly and take a seat, hoping to eat without drawing too much attention to yourself.

As you sit down your tablemates introduce themselves and explain how they got there.  When it’s your turn you mumble under your breath, “I’m in jail for coupon fraud.”

Yes this is VERY dramatic.  But if you are stealing, photocopying or creating coupons this could be your reality.

Prison sentences of three to five years are becoming more and more common.  Financial penalties are all over the place but many of them have been over $200,000.

So I want to take a second to remind you that you hurt all of us when you commit coupon fraud.  What is coupon fraud?

Here are the most common examples:

1.  Photocopying coupons.  Every time you print a coupon on your computer it has a unique identifying number on it.  When the store sends it in to be reimbursed they will be denied and lose the money.  That loss gets transferred back to the store- the manager and cashier get in trouble.  So then the next time you go through line with a printed coupon that cashier is going to be VERY nervous about taking a coupon. Is it fair to get that cashier written up at their job because you broke the law?

Coupons have a cash value.  Do you photocopy money?

2.  Stealing coupon inserts.  When you take something from the store that you do not pay for, that is stealing.  It does not matter if it is just PART of a newspaper it’s stealing.  In various parts of the country people are being charged with misdemeanor theft for stealing coupons.  There is no difference between stealing a candy bar and stealing the coupon inserts out of a paper.  STEALING IS STEALING.

Additionally please do not steal your neighbors papers off of their driveway.  That is just tacky.

3.  Creating your own coupons.  Most people are technologically advanced enough to create their own coupons but those who do usually go all out.  In response their prison time and financial penalties reflect that.  Fines in the millions of dollars have been issued.

If you get a coupon that seems too good to be true there is a place you can go to check it out!  The CIC has a nice long list of fraudulent coupons!

So please be a stand up couponer and do things honestly.  Don’t ruin it for the rest of us!

 

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