First off, Cellfire has a few new e-coupons ready to load to your Sooper Card today:
Save $.55 when you buy Lucky Charms cereal.
Save $.60 when you buy any flavor 4.5 OZ. OR LARGER Chex Mix OR Chex 100 Calorie Snack.
Save $.75 when you purchase any Two Knorr ® Sides product!
Save $.60 when you purchase any One Best Foods product!
Save $.75 when you buy TWO any flavor Betty Crocker Box Supreme Brownie Mixes.
Save $.55 when you buy ONE BOX any flavor/variety Nature Valley Granola Bars.
Save $.75 when you buy Banana Nut Cheerios cereal.
Save $.50 when you buy SIX any variety Yoplait Yogurt cups
Save $.35 when you buy any flavor Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mix.
Save $.60 when you purchase any (1) One Hellmann’s product!
Save $.50 when you buy any flavor Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper OR Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meals.
Save $.50 when you buy any Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries.
Save $.80 when you buy TWO any flavor Yoplait products listed: – Yoplait Go-GURT – Yoplait Kids Cup – Yoplait Kids Yogurt Drink
Save $1 when you purchase any (1) One 200ml or larger Vaseline hand and body lotion
Another e-coupon site, Shortcuts.com, doesn’t really have anything new, but they do have Huggies e-coupons, which will be great with the new Huggies promo at King Soopers. Also, Shortcuts.com just started their program with Randalls and Tom Thumb, both Safeway affiliates, so here’s hoping they start doing it at Safeway soon!
If you’re new to using e-coupons, you can read a little about it from this post I wrote about using Shortcuts e-coupons. Cellfire works similarly.
If you haven’t printed them already, you can still print those Kraft coupons at Coupons.com and at KraftFoods. There’s also a new coupon up at Coupons.com for $1/2 Boulder Canyon All Natural Chips – seems like these sometimes go on sale for $1 each, so they’d be 50 ¢ after coupon. Can’t say for sure, but that’s sure what I’m hoping!
Would anyone besides me NOT be surprised if they announced they were going to stop putting coupons in the Sunday paper?! With the abundance of printable coupons lately, it seems they are quickly transitioning that way. I don’t think it’s quite time yet, too many stores are still cautious about taking a bunch of printables all at once. But, I’m sure it will go that way at some point!
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