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  • Evening Roundup: Free Bic Mark-Its at Staples?

    At first I thought we didn’t receive the coupon for $1/1 Bic stationery product in the 1/8 Smart Source, but I found it today when I collating my inserts. The 5-packs of Bic Mark-Its are on sale for $1 at Staples this week, so they’ll be free after coupon. I’m picking some up for the school supply drive this summer.

    Coupons.com added more new coupons today, including $10/1 Enfamil 22-oz+ – that’s a rare high value coupon, although be aware that some retailers will refuse to accept such a high value printable. The coupon for $0.75/1 Jennie-O turkey is still available, and there’s reportedly a new coupon for $0.75/1 Land O Lakes butter as well.

    Get printable coupons for Neutrogena makeup products via Free Coupon Alerts.

    Get a printable coupon for $1/1 El Monterey snacks, also via Free Coupon Alerts.

    Get a printable coupon for $3/1 Schick ultra-thin shaver and bikini trimmer in one, also via Free Coupon Alerts.

    Daily deal site Groupon is offering one year home delivery of the Sunday LA Times for just $10 – the delivery area includes Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Ventura, San Gabriel, San Fernando Valley, Santa Barbara, Orange, San Diego, and Riverside counties. This is a great deal, because the Sunday LAT has the best local coupon inserts. Unfortunately, the deal is only valid for new subscribers or those who haven’t received home delivery in the past 30 days.

    There’s a report at A Full Cup that the Kellogg’s $10 gas card rebate has been extended to April 30, 2012.

    For a few more hours, shopping portal is offering Shop At Home is offering free-after-cash back Nexcare bandages from Walmart (look for the WILD deal). Pay $1.35 and get $1.35 cash back – you’ll have to pay $0.97 shipping + tax, which makes this an okay deal for bandages. It’s great if you need some, but if you’re used to getting them for less and have a good stockpile, I think you can pass this deal up too.

    Southern Cali Saver has more info on the new barcodes you may be seeing on your coupons.

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