Because of the holiday, I didn’t get my weekly Ralphs circular in yesterday’s mail, which meant I couldn’t work on the match ups last night. And unfortunately, my schedule is jam packed today so I may not be able to get to the match ups until late in the day. I’ll get them up as quickly as I can, but it might not be around noon like it usually is.
Libby’s canned vegetable coupons are reportedly back at Coupons.com, though they never show in my zip code – if you see them, print them right away since they’re always gone quickly. The Haribo gummies coupon may also have returned. Plus, there are new coupons for $3/1 Lysol Clean-Flip and $5/1 Cosequin (which I only recognize because of the Jack Hanna commercials).
Get 5 points each for taking the quiz in the new banners at Recyclebank – click on the “Earn Points” tab, and the banners will be in the right sidebar. There’s one quiz about recycled paperboard and another quiz from P&G Future Friendly. Refresh the page and you might be able to earn another 5 points if there’s a different P&G banner that asks for a pledge.
Get a free summary of the book Everyone Communicates, Few Connect: What the Most Effective People Do Differently by John C. Maxwell, an evangelical Christian pastor, speaker and author who has sold more than 18 million books in more than 50 languages. The summary explains “how to connect well with others and why that matters, how to establish a bond with an audience, and how to inspire others to take action.” Links via Logical Media.
Get a printable coupon for $0.75/1 Lundberg Brown Rice Pasta.
For the Mommas explains how you can get free Veet at Rite Aid.
All You has some exclusive printable coupons, including $1/2 Starkist pouches and $0.50/1 Crystal Light Sugar Free candy.
Be a Sabra Ambassador to get a printable coupon for $1/1 Sabra Hummus.
Common Sense with Money reports that you can get free Rimmel nail polish at Walgreens.
Stretching a Buck has this week’s Target match ups.
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