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Saturday, June 25, 2011

According to Sunday Coupon Preview, there will be a Smart Source insert and a Red Plum insert in tomorrow's newspaper. In some locations, you can pick up a "weekend edition" that contains the inserts today. The Smart Source insert will include a coupon for $0.55/1 Barilla Piccolini pasta, which will make for free pasta if it goes on sale for $1. The Red Plum insert will include a coupon for $0.50/1 Minute Maid frozen novelty product, which has made for free frozen lemonade in the past at Ralphs. However, keep in mind that coupons can be regional and you may not get all of the coupons listed.

Flash sale site Totsy's sales include a blowout on toddler girl's clothing starting as low as $7.50. There are some adorable dresses that were nearly $100 that are now under $20. Other sales include a toddler and infant shoes blowout and a youth footwear blowout (prices start at $6 for both sales), plus they still have Melissa & Doug toys (prices start at $10). Shop early for best selection. Thank you if you join(ed) Totsy using my referral link!

Daily deal site Plum District is offering a 2-year subscription to Country Living magazine for $12 (that's $6 per year; $24 value). Thank you if you join(ed) Plum District using my referral link!

Daily deal site Eversave is offering a $40 voucher to Funkoos for $18 - they sell organic baby clothes and blankets, which look like they'd make a fantastic baby shower gift. If it's your first purchase at Eversave, you'll get a $3 credit, so pay just $15. Thank you if you join(ed) Eversave using my referral link!

Get printable coupons for $1/1 Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce, $0.75/1 Jack Daniels BBQ sauce, and $1/1 Heinz 57 sauce via Walmart.

Amazon's free Android app of the day is Big Sport Fishing 3D, which gets 4 out of 5 stars in 22 reviews.

Facebook likers of Bath & Body Works can get a printable coupon for a free 2-oz Citrus body lotion (while supplies last, valid today only). (Via Hip 2 Save.)

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  • At 6/25/11, 9:10 AM, Anonymous vodreaux said…

    Sad to say! $1/1 Heinz 57 sauce is expensive even at Walmart or Target. I have found Walmart brand is just as comparable to actual Heinz 57. Other Heinz product are unique and can not be be comparable, Walmart brand Better than Government Work.


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