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    $0.70 off ONE Keebler Club CrackersA new month means a whole bunch of new coupons, and Coupons.com doesn’t disappoint. New coupons include $0.70/1 Keebler crackers, $0.75/1 Multigrain Cheerios, $0.40/1 Frigo cheese, $1/1 Kashi steam meal, $1/2 Pure Protein bars, $1/1 Windex Multi-surface Glade, and $0.50/1 Land O Lakes butter. Pair the Keebler coupon with the $1.99 in-ad coupon to get a box for just $0.99 at Vons/Pavilions (and possibly all Safeway stores) after doubled coupon. Also, the coupon for $1.50/1 Reynolds Wrap appears to have reset.

    Red Plum has new coupons for $1/1 All laundry detergent, $0.50/1 Newman’s Own pasta sauce, $2/2 MET-Rx Big 100 Bars, $1.50/1 TUMS Freshers, $0.55/1 Idaho Spuds Signature Potato, $0.50/2 Zatarain’s Breadings or Boils. There’s also a coupon for $1/2 Vanity Fair napkins or guest hand towels which you can pair with the B1G1 sale at Walgreens this week.

    SmartSourceSmart Source has new coupons for $0.75/1 Kix cereal, $0.75/1 Multigrain Cheerios, $0.50/1 Trix cereal, and $0.75/3 Totino’s Pizza Rolls.

    Today only, get a free 8×10 photo collage from Walgreens Photo when you use code 7DDCOLLG. Select in-store pick up to get it totally free! These make fantastic gifts for grandparents on Mother’s and Father’s Day.

    Get a free sample of TUMS Freshers via Rite Aid (you can also get a coupon for $1.50/1).

    There are 3 Albertsons doubler coupons on page A13 of today’s LA Times, and you can reportedly find the same on page News 11 of the OC Register. They’re only valid through Tuesday (4/3). (Via Slickdeals.)

    Southern Cali Saver spreads the awful word that store rewards may soon be taxed in California. I totally understand that the state is desperate for revenue, but I don’t understand the justification that the tax would achieve “parity” – why would such “parity” be desirable? It’s not like the store reward is “income,” per se – it’s a discount issued by the store and manufacturer. You’re not just punishing the consumer, you’re discouraging marketing tactics (although of course, one of the huge criticisms of California law is that they’re not friendly to business).

    Get a free download of We Are Young by Janelle MonĂ¡e, courtesy of Chevy – scroll down until you see the “download” button. (Via Common Sense with Money.)


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