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  • Morning Coffee: Unexpired Insert Coupons List

    I’ve been using the insert method to organize my coupons, meaning I leave my coupon inserts intact and store them by date so I can find what I need. It also means that I need to clear out old inserts to make room for new ones, and that means flipping through the old inserts to make sure all of the coupons are expired. It’s a bit tedious, so I’ve created a new page here for Unexpired Insert Coupons to show which inserts you can toss and which you should through. If it turns out to be useful, I’ll update the list on a monthly basis. (Don’t forget that military families overseas can use expired coupons at the commissary; visit The Happy Housewife for more info.)

    Search & WinSwagbucks is by far my favorite way to earn free money, so I love Fridays, when there’s an increased chance of winning big Swag Bucks. Good luck to all of us today! 🙂 Thank you if you join(ed) Swagbucks using my referral link!

    We should be getting one Smart Source and one Red Plum insert in this weekend’s newspaper. Highlights are $0.55/1 Sara Lee Thin Style Buns and $0.75/1 Tabasco (hopefully that one will make for free hot sauce!). Keep in mind that coupon inserts vary by region, so the coupons you get may differ slightly from those anticipated by Sunday Coupon Preview.

    Coupon NetworkHalloween is coming, as evidenced by the new coupons available at Coupon Network, including $1.50/3 Nestle Halloween Chocolate Funsize Bars, $1.50/2 Wonka bags 9.2-oz+, and $3.00/2 Butterfinger or Nestle chocolates 18-oz+. These coupons go nicely with the current Mega Sale at Ralphs, so I’ve updated this week’s Ralphs match ups.

    If you have access to three computers and your Whole Foods store lets you stack store and manu coupons, you can get an absolutely amazing deal on Clif Mojo bars using the coupon for Buy One Get One Free Clif Mojo bars at Coupons.comThe Frugal Greenish Mama has a scenario for getting 12 for just $0.85 total. Unfortunately, I’ve yet to find a Whole Foods in the San Fernando Valley that lets you stack coupons.

    Amazons has a 36-count variety pack of Special K Cereal Bars for just $10.89 – that works out to 30-cents per bar.

    Today only, you can get a $30 Open Sky voucher for just $15 at daily deal site Plum District. Open Sky’s stores include Michael Ruhlman, who carries some amazing-looking kitchen tools. Thank you if you join(ed) Plum District using my referral link!

    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is PrinterShare Mobile Print ($12.95 value), an app that lets you print directly from your Android device and gets 4.5 out of 5 stars in 68 reviews (but it doesn’t look like you can print coupons, darn it!).

    If you use Shutterfly, check your email – I got a unique code for a free 8×8 hardcover photo book (it looks like shipping is $7.99). The code expires 9/21.

    Facebook likers of Sun Warrior can get a free sample of Vanilla or Chocolate Raw Protein.

    Connect with Disney Movie Rewards on Facebook and get 25 points.

    Facebook likers of Cholula can get a printable coupon for $1/1 Cholula hot sauce (I think this is my favorite brand of hot sauce, and hopefully the coupon will make the small bottle free).

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    1. the whole foods on riverside (sherman oaks) stacked coupons for me today. Don’t know if that’s a habit for them, since it’s the first time I’ve been in there.

      Also, heard on 1070 AM, that if the grocery strike goes ahead, Ralphs will be closing all it’s so cal stores…http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2011/09/16/business-us-supermarket-labor_8684921.html