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01/09/2011

Spend a little, save up to $1,400 with a Sunday paper

Spend a little - save a lot.  Sure sounds good.  Today it really works just as well.  The Sunday paper ka-plopped on my front walk this morning, and the news was rolled around $1,400!  Oh, I wish those were dollars bills, but next-best-thing - real savings!

The ad circulars and coupons today hit many of the items I would normally buy, a few I werer thinking about (like a Bissell steam cleaner) and promised a free meal (IHOP, here I come):

There is a free deal on a full-sized Aveeno Daily Moisturizer valued at $10.99 when you buy three participating products from Aveeno, Lubriderm, RoC and Clean & Clear. You'll get a coupon by mail for the lotion. In the same Johnson&Johnson coupon circular you will also see a coupon good for a free refill pack of Clean & Clear Morning Burst Surge cleanser.  And check out the price reduction with coupon on Aveeno and Clean & Clear products listed in the Rite Aid circular - here's your chance to really stack and save.

Here are just a few more to get you out shopping:

Buy one, get one free with coupon on the line of BIC disposable razors.

Looking a Bissell steam and sweep cleaners? There's a rebate coupon good for up to $30 on Bissell products.

Between rebates, coupons and bargains listed in the ads and circulars found in this Sunday's paper, you could save over $1,400.   OK, I'll probably save about $50 and throw in a couple of freebies, the number could go as high as $70 - not bad when you're weekly food budget is $50.

It's true that many coupons and deals are now available online and via your mobile phone - and yes, I get 'em here - as well.  But, it's a pain in the coupon clipper to pull from these multiple sources.  The newspaper's circulars spread out messily on the kitchen table are a nice habit and a convenient method of reviewing offers - and that's a cheap person talking, not a staff member of the Daily Press.  My greatest bias is towards saving a buck.

If you're not already a subscriber, you can call 247-4800 or go online by clicking here to start your savings!

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