There should be Red Plum and Smart Source inserts in this weekend’s newspaper. Coupons to look forward to include $0.55/2 Barilla Blue Box Pasta, $5/2 Coppertone Sun Care, and $1/1 Axe Shower Gel. Note that coupon inserts vary by region, so yours may differ somewhat from those listed at Sunday Coupon Preview.
Coupons.com added some great coupons overnight, including $1/4 Lean Cuisine, $1/2 Smucker’s Ice Cream Toppings, $1/1 Hot Wheels 5-pack, $3/1 Mattel Password Journal, $4/1 Fisher-Price Little People Animal Sounds Farm, $4/1 Fisher-Price Cheer For Me! Potty, and $25/1 Fisher-Price Power Wheels Dune Racer. You can use the Lean Cuisine coupon in the Ralphs Mega Sale to get entrees for $1.54 WYB 5 participating products. Also, the $0.30/1 Haribo coupon is back – if you want it, print it now because this coupon resets irregularly, and always disappears quickly.
Amazon has some good Instant Video rental deals this weekend, including:
- Ballet Shoes starring Emma Watson for $0.99 (4 out of 5 stars in 56 reviews)
- Last Chance Harvey starring Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson for $0.99 (3.9 stars in 143 reviews)
- The Woman in Black starring Daniel Radcliffe for $1.99 (3.2 stars in 40 reviews
- Death of a Superhero (2012 Festival VOD) starring Andy Serkis and Thomas Brody-Sangster for $0.99 (5 stars in 2 reviews)
When you rent a video from Amazon, you generally have 30 days to watch it, and 24 to 48 hours from the time you started watching it to finish it.
Amazon’s MP3 Album of the Day is A Classical Encyclopedia: H as in Handel for $1.99 (25 tracks).
Amazon’s free Android app of the day is PicShop – Photo Editor ($4.99 value), which gets 3.2 out of 5 stars in 84 reviews. It looks like you also get a FREE $1 MP3 credit when you purchase this app, if you haven’t already gotten one.
Get a printable coupon for 15% off at Old Navy (exp 6/23).
If you’re a Vons/Pavilions/Safeway shopper, be sure to check your Just for U personalized deals for some great deals – you may find offers for $5 off a $20+ purchase, a FREE hot breakfast sandwich, and $3 off a $10+ produce purchase. (I’m not sure if the $5/$20 and $3/$10 would stack – I *think* so, given the way Just for U has been working, but I haven’t tested it myself.)
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