Awesome blog reader Kerrie emailed me with a comparison on today’s coupons in the Denver Post and the Colorado Springs Gazette. I mention often that larger city newspapers have more/better coupons, and Kerrie went to the work of showing us it’s true! Here’s what she found:
Unique to Denver Post – Smart Source
Blue Diamond Nuts
Land O Lakes Butter
Mrs. Smith’s Pies
Simlasan Earach Relief
Stacys Pita Chips
Scrubbing Bubbles (Target)
Duck Bubble Wrap/Mailers
Reynolds Baking Cups
Reynolds Oven Bags
Unique to Gazette – Smart Source
Red Star Yeast
De Met’s Turtles
Unique to Denver Post – Red Plum
Patissa Blissful Bites/Ambretta Tuscan Flatbreads
Loreal Bare Naturale
Goodlife Recipe pet treats
Loreal Explosion Mascara
Dimetapp, Robitussin, Advil Cold & Sinus
Kings Hawaiian Rolls
Scotch Brite Cook Top or Stainless Steel Cleaner Starter Kit
Hillshire Farms Cocktail Links
Hillshire Farm Lunchmeat
Buca di Beppo
Unique to Gazette – Red Plum
Here’s another comparison on a Sunday from last year. Same story!
So why do I recommend subscribing to both the Denver Post and the Gazette? The Post has more/better coupons, and it includes the USA Today magazine insert, which sometimes has additional coupons. (The Gazette only gets Parade magazine, not USA Today). Today’s USA Today insert has some great coupons in it, including a Buy One Get One Free for select Hasbro card games.
However, the Gazette has all the local ads, the most important of which is Safeway’s ad, since if Safeway puts out a midweek ad, it usually includes in-ad coupons, and extras of those ads may or may not be available in store.
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