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Coupon Tips, Great New Bargains

Saving money with coupons is quick and easy when you follow these simple tips.

Saving money at the market is a lot easier than many people think. By combining good sale prices with coupons, shoppers can reduce their grocery bills substantially. Buy extras when you can get a good deal and try to avoid paying full price for groceries. Patch goes through all of the local store circulars and websites to find the very best deals possible. We then, turn and tell you all of these great deals. Just because an item is on sale does not make it a good deal. Everything you see listed on Patch is worthy of buying extra of because these are the best prices that you may see for the next three months or so until the sale cycle comes back around again. We have done the legwork for you.

All you have to do is save your Sunday coupon inserts with the date written on the outside cover. Keep these in a file folder. When you see the date that the coupon came next to an item that you want to buy, you know exactly where to find that coupon. It will take just a few seconds. 

When you see a printable coupon that you know you want, print it. These change often. You can usually print two of each coupon from each computer.

I was asked this past week if internet coupons can be photocopied. The answer is no, they can not. Theoretically, they can be copied and they probably will work at the market, but this is coupon fraud and the store will not get reimbursed for these fraudulent coupons. There is a unique serial number on each coupon that is printed and the companies that pay the stores for the coupons do find out that they are fraudulent. So, in my opinion, it is stealing since the local store that you use it at will not get reimbursed for it. And, since it it abusing the system, I think that eventually stores will stop accepting internet coupons out of fear that they are fraudulant and they will not get paid for them if this happens to them. Then, as couponers, we all lose. So, please, do not copy coupons. 

And now, on to the great deals. The sale at runs from Thursday until Wednesday. 

This week the penny item is a bag of Special Roast Publix Coffee. Shop on Thursday and spend $10 or more before coupons and you will get this item for a penny if you use the mystery item coupon found in Thursday's AJC. If you do not have the coupon, ask your cashier if you need it. Sometimes they make customers have the coupon and sometimes not.

There is another Buy Theirs Get Ours promotion going on at this week This means that when you buy the national brand item, you get the matching Publix item for free. Be sure to add both items to your shopping cart. The items that are included this week are the following products:

The items that are super great deals at Publix this week include the following items:

Ken’s Steak House Dressing is buy one, get one free at $3.25. There were coupons in the newspaper on Aug. 14 that will give you an additional $1 off. 

Kraft Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip are buy one, get one free at $4.73. Use the coupon from the newspaper insert on Aug. 21 to save an additional $1 off of each one. 

General Mills Cereal including Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Trix, Cocoa Puffs, and Golden Grahams  are buy one, get one free at $3.49. Use the coupon from the Aug. 14 newspaper or print coupons herehere or here. 

Juicy Juice 100 percent Juice is two for $5.  Print a coupon here for an additional $1 off of each bottle. 

V8 V-Fusion, in select varieties, is buy one, get one free at $3.99. There were coupons in the newspaper on Aug. 7 and there are printable coupons herehere and here.

Claussen Pickles are two for $4. Use this printable coupon for an additional $1 off of two jars.

Hunt’s Tomato Sauce or Crushed or Diced Tomatoes are buy one, get one free at $1.99.

Rosetto Ravioli is buy one, get one free at $4.19. Use this printable coupon for an additional $1.50 off of two.

Prego Italian Sauce is buy one, get one free at $3.49. Use coupons from newspaper inserts from Sept. 11 for some cheap pasta sauce.

Ronzoni Pasta is buy one, get one free at $1.41.

Old Bay Seasoning is buy one, get one free at $4.29.

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars or Smashbar Snack Bars are buy one, get one free at $2.99. Use the coupons from the Aug. 28 newspaper and save more money on these bars.

Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies are buy one, get one free at $3.69. There were coupons in the newspaper on June 26 that will save you an extra $1. 

Doritos Tortilla Chips are buy one, get one free at $4.29.

Kettle Brand Potato Chips are buy one, get one free at  $3.69. Use the coupon from the Aug. 7 newspaper and get an additional $1 off of each bag.

Eggland’s Grade A best Large Eggs are two for $4. Use the coupons from the newspaper on May 1 or July 31 for extra savings.

Shedd’s Spread Country Crock  is buy one, get one free at $2.39. There are printable coupons here and here.

Heluva Good Sour Cream Dip is buy one, get one free at $2.09. Use this coupon for $1 off and pay nine cents for it.

Immaculate Baking Company Cookie Dough is buy one, get one free at $3.29.

Borden American Singles are buy one, get one free at $3.29.

Van’s Natural Foods Waffles are buy one, get one free at $2.99. Use this or this printable coupon and pay just 50 cents a box.

Perdue Short Cuts Turkey or Chicken Breast is two for $6. There was a coupon in the newspaper on Aug. 7 and there is a printable one here.   

Yoplait Smoothie Mix is buy one, get one free at $3.19. Use this  printable coupon to save an extra $1 off of each one. There were 75 cents off coupons in the newspaper on Aug. 7 and Sept. 11. 

Playtex Handsaver Gloves are buy one, get one free at  $1.99. 

If you are looking for the best buys at Target, Kroger, Walgreens or CVS for this week, see . Come back on Monday to get next week's deals at these stores. 

Thanks to Hot Coupon WorldA Full Cup, RefundCents and IheartPublix.

ednalyon September 16, 2011 at 06:08 AM
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