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  • Morning Coffee: New month, LOTS of new coupons

    $0.70 off one Kellogg's Raisin Bran CerealWOW, there are a lot of new coupons this morning – not unexpected since it’s the first of the month. (Can you believe it’s already June?!) Take a look:

    The Libby’s canned products coupons are back at zip code 77477 (they always go super fast). And there are a lot more coupons too!

    There should be Smart Source, Red Plum and P&G coupon inserts in this weekend’s newspaper. Coupons to look forward to include $0.75/1 Colgate toothpaste, $1/1 Welch’s Refrigerated Juice Cocktail, and $3/1 select Olay products. Note that coupon inserts vary by region, so yours may differ somewhat from those listed at Sunday Coupon Preview.

    $0.070/1Amazon is offering $8 off new to Blu-ray movies – the digital coupons make the Finding Nemo (Five-Disc Ulimate Collector’s Edition) and The Tigger Movie (Two-Disc Special Edition Blu-ray/DVD Combo) sets $27.99 each at checkout.

    Amazon is offering $0.99 Instant Video rentals on select British movies this weekend, including:

    • Touching the Void, the account of two men’s thrilling and disastrous climb of the remote and treacherous Siula Grande in Peru (4.7 out of 5 stars in 124 reviews)
    • Five Minutes of Heaven, an award-winning political thriller starring Liam Neeson (4.2 stars in 79 reviews)
    • Perfect Sense, a romantic drama starring Ewan McGregor and Eva Green (4.2 stars in 15 reviews)
    • The Trip, a comedy “[i]n the style of Curb your Enthusiasm” (3.2 stars in 23 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.

    Heavenly Homemakers shares a tip for making pancake shapes. I remember my dad making me teddy bear pancakes while I was growing up, so this makes me want to do something similar for my own kids.


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