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Friday, May 27, 2011

Morning Coffee: Lots of Ralphs updates

Thank you to everyone who's left comments with updates about the current Ralphs deals - you can get the additional info here. I've also updated this week's match ups with a new printable Voskos coupon so you can get more free yogurt, and posted a quick update on Facebook yesterday to say that the Ocean Spray blueberry is on sale while the King's Hawaiian mini sub rolls are not. I totally forgot to check the Huggies prices, but will try to get back to the store this weekend. has a new high-value coupon for $3/2 Playtex Gentle Glide tampons - you can use two at Walgreens this week to get 4 36-count boxes for $2.99 each after Register Reward. I'm also seeing reports that the $1/1 Lunchables with Fruit coupon may have reset, but it hasn't for me - I don't even see it anymore.

For the Mommas has some clarifications - including helpful examples - about the changes to Rite Aid's coupon policy and how they affect Buy One, Get One Free sales.

ZyrtecThe printable coupon for $2 off Zyrtec is still available, but might not be next month. Plus, I'm seeing reports that you may be offered a free sample instead of the coupon.

Get a printable coupon for $2/1 Cutter product. (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)

My Good Cents reports that Lane Bryant has sent out $15 off $15 purchase coupons via snail mail.

Facebook likers of Corner Bakery Cafe who submit a "fan entry" stating why you are a fan can get a printable coupon for a free cookie, brownie, bar, whoopie pie or baby bundt cake when you buy an entree. (Via Common Sense with Money.)

Get a free donut at Krispy Kreme on June 3, which is National Donut Day.

Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Wholly product.

Get 5 free 5x7 photo cards from Shutterfly when you use code DADCARD. You'll have to pay shipping, which should be $5.99 (when sent to you and not separate recipients).

Money Saving Mom has a recipe for homemade frappucinos.

Life as Mom discusses celebrating the end of the school year, and I really love the idea of having the kids write about "Who I Am" at the beginning and end of the year.

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