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  • Morning Coffee: No coupon inserts in this weekend’s paper (9/3 – 9/4/11)

    According to Sunday Coupon Preview, there won’t be any coupon inserts in this weekend’s newspaper (because of the Labor Day holiday). But there will likely be lots of store ads promoting their Labor Day sales, and circulars may contain store coupons, so if you do get the paper, don’t throw it away without going through the ads.

    Coupons.com still has coupons for $1/1 Simply Orange Juice and $1/1 Simply Lemonade. If you couldn’t find the small bottles at Walgreens (they’re on sale for $0.99 with in-ad coupon, and my store was wiped out), For the Mommas reports that they are $1.09 at Target, which makes them $0.09 after coupon – not free, but super cheap. There’s also a coupon for $1/1 Filippo Berio olive oil, which you can use at CVS starting tomorrow to get a bottle for $2.99.

    Daily deal site Mamapedia is offering $20 worth of custom stickers & labels for just $10 – these offers are great for back to school, when you’re labeling everything. I have our last name printed on labels like these for things that are likely to be used by both kids for extra versatility. Thank you if you join(ed) Mamapedia using my referral link!

    Get a printable coupon for $0.75/1 Shedd’s Country Crock spread via Regular Mom.

    Get a printable coupon for Buy One, Get One Ice Cream Cone at Baskin Robbins via Her Savings.

    Simple Deals has a list of free DVD rental codes at Blockbuster Express that expire on Monday (9/5).

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is iDemolished ($1.99 value), a game for ages 9+ that gets 3.5 out of 5 stars in 30 reviews.

    Get a free mini item from The Body Shop, no purchase necessary (online or in-store).

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission urges everyone to stop using pourable gel fuels.


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