$1.50/1 Joint Juice Coupon

I haven’t tried this stuff but bloggers say it’s not bad.

Click here to print a coupon for $1.50/1 off any Joint Juice product.  Most of the individual bottles cost around $1.50 so this should be a freebie!

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$2 Off Any Purina Puppy Chow

Have a new four legged family member at home who needs to eat?  If it happens to be of the canine variety you are in luck!

Click here to sign up for Purina’s Puppy Chow Healthy Start Program (be sure to use your couponing e-mail address) and get a $2 off coupon!

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New Printable Coupons

Red Plum has a few new coupons you can print:

Walmart: Rollback Price on All You Magazine

Thinking of heading to Walmart to grab this month’s All You Magazine?  They have it on rollback right now for $1.88 an issue.  That’s a savings of about 25%! 

Of course it’s still cheaper and more convenient to get a subscription and have it delivered to your house!

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$1 off Frozen Drinks at McDonalds

I haven’t tried any of the frozen drinks at McDonalds but this coupon might motivate me a bit more.

Click here to print a coupon for $1 off one of their frozen drinks!

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Wendy’s Mail- Sign Up for Free Food

I used to have a weakness for Wendy’s fries.  Now that they have changed I am not as impressed but when I went a burger I have to admit Wendys is my usual stop.

Now you can sign up for their newsletter and snag coupons for freebies and discounts. 

And remember most of these coupons can be printed twice per computer!

Thanks Common Sense With Money!

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Arby’s Free Sandwich

Now through May 15th snag a free sandwich from Arbys.  They are so sure their Market Fresh Grilled Chicken and Pecan Salad sandwich and wrap are the best in the business they want you to try it for free when you buy a 22 oz drink.

Just like them on Facebook to print your coupon!

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