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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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This coming Sunday you will have (2) coupon inserts in your Sunday paper:

(1) SmartSource
(1) RedPlum

Remember all coupons vary by region and newspaper.  Some areas will get almost no coupons while other areas get all of these.  You can see the differences for each week for papers across the south on Southern Savers.

Smart Source 3/14

$3 off Aquify Multi-Purpose Solution 12 oz+  (exp 4/30)
$1.50/2  Classico Pasta Sauce + Fresh Beef  exp 5/9)
$1 off Clearasil (exp 6/6)
$3 off Clear Care Cleaning and Disinfection Solution
$1/4 Conagra Products: PeterPan, Chef Boyardee, Manwich, Healthy Choice, Orville Redenbacher, Banquet, Marie Callender (exp 4/15)
.50/1 Cottonelle Flushable Moist Wipes (exp 4/25)
.50/1 Cottonelle Toilet Paper (2) 4-packs or (1) 12 pack (exp 4/25)
$1 off Cuties 5 lb box (exp 4/14)
.55/1 Cuties 3lb bag (exp 4/14)
.60/1 Dannon 6 oz Single Serve Cups or any Light & Fit 4-pk (exp 4/11)
.60/6 Dannon Fruit on the Bottom Cups (exp 5/15)
$1 off Depend Adjustable Underwear  (exp 4/25)
$1 off Depend Guards for Men (exp 4/25)
.50/1 Easy Off Heavy Duty or Fume Free Oven Cleaner  (exp 5/30)
.75/1 Easy Off Glass Cook top or Barbecue Grill Cleaner  (exp 5/30)
.75/1 Eight O’Clock Coffee (exp 4/30)
$1/2 Farmland Breakfast Sausage Links (exp 6/30)
$1/2 Farmland Sausage Rolls (exp 6/30)
$10 off FreeStyle Meter  (exp 6/30)
$1 off Fresh Step (exp 5/31)
$1 off Gentle Naturals (exp 6/30)
.75/1 Good Earth Tea  (exp 4/30)
$2/3 off Hershey’s, Reeses, or Cadbury Candy 8 oz+ (exp 4/4)
$1 off Hershey’s Bliss Chocolate 8.6 oz+  (exp 4/4)
$2 off Hidden Valley Farmhouse Originals (exp 5/15)
.50/1 Irish Spring  (exp 4/3/10
.50/1 KC Masterpiece Barbecue Sauce or Marinade 17 oz+ (exp 5/15)
$2 off Kingsford Charcoal Briquets 16.6 lz or Kingsford Match Light Briquets 12.5 lb (exp 5/15)
$1 off Lays Potato Chips 10 1/2 oz any new flavor or variety (exp 4/25)
.35/1 Land O Lakes Spreadable Butter  (exp 5/18)
.75/1 Lime-A-Way (exp 5/30)
$1 off MidNite or MidNitePM (exp 9/30)
$1 off Mop & Glo (exp 5/30)
.75/1 Nalley’s Pickles 16 oz+  (exp 5/30)
.50/1 New York Brand Texas Toast  (exp 6/14)
$1 off Old English (exp 5/30)
.50/1 Playtex Gentle Glide Tampons (exp 5/9)
.50/1 Playtex Sport Tampons 18 ct  (exp 5/9)
$6 off Prevacid 24 Hr 14-28 ct (exp 4/10)
$10 off Prevacid 24HR 42 ct  (exp 4/10)
$1/2 Post Honey Bunches of Oats or Just Bunches (exp 4/25)
$1/2 Post Cereal  (exp 4/25)
.55/1 Reeses Dark Peanut Butter Cups 1.5 oz+ (exp 5/31)
$1 off Ritz Munchables Pretzel Crisps (exp 5/31)
$1/2 Suave Professionals Shampoo or Conditioner (exp 4/11)
.50/2 Suave Kids Shampoo or Conditioner products (exp 4/11)
.50/1 Suave Kids Body Wash (exp 4/11)
.50/1 Suave Body Wash (exp 4/11)
$1/2 Suave Body Lotion 18 oz+ (exp 4/11)
.50/1 Suave Deodorant (exp 4/11)
$1 off V8 V-Fusion 8 oz six pack (exp 4/25)
.75/1 V8 V-Fusion 46 oz (exp 4/25)
.75/1 Welch’s Refrigerated Juice or Juice Cocktail  (exp 6/15)
$5 Target Gift Card wyb Windex Outdoor All-In-One Starter Kit (exp 4/7)
$1 off Woolite Detergent 50 oz+ (exp 4/25)
$1 off Woolite OxyDeep or Pet Trigger (exp 6/30)
$1 off Woolite Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner (exp 6/30)
$3 off Zaditor (exp 7/31)

Redplum 3/14

.75/1 Ball Park Angus Product
.75/2 Ball Park Products
.50/1 Band-Aid Product
$1 off Benadryl Allergy
$1 off Benadryl Allergy Plus
$1 off Benadryl Topical
$2 off Bengay
$1 off Bertolli Frozen Meals
.50/1 Brawny Paper Towels 2 Roll +
$1 off Children’s Benadryl Allergy
$1 off Cortaid
$1 off Disney or Marvel Vitamin Products
.35/1 Dixie Bath Cups
.35/1 Dixie Perfectouch Grab ‘N Go Cups
.30/1 Domino Organic or Demerara Sugar 24oz+
.50/2 Domino Sugar Products 2lbs+
$1 off Emerald Nuts 5oz+
$1 off Herbal Essences Shampoo, Conditioner or Styling Product
.35/1 Hillshire Farm Deli Select Ultra Thin or Hearty Slices
$1 off Ideal No Cal Sweetener, any
$1 off Jerky Dog Treats 6-10 oz
$1 off Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Product
$6 off Know Nutra Joint Powders or Caplets – 11oz +
$4 off Knox Powder or NutraMix for Strong Nails 5.5oz
$3 off L’Oreal Healthy Look Hair Color
$1 off McCormick Spice, Herb, Extract or Food Color
$1 off Meow Mix Dry Food Bag 3.15lbs or larger
$1 off Meow Mix Market Select , (4) Single Cups or (1) Variety Pack
$2/2 Milk-Bone Dog Snacks
$1.50 Milk-Bone Essential Plus Biscuits
$1 off Motrin PM
$1 off Nature’s Bounty Vitamins and Supplement
$3 off Nature’s Bounty Your Life Multi Vitamins
.50/1 Neosporin
$1 off Olay Facial Moisturizer or Facial Cleanser
$1 off Pampers Splashers Swim Pants
$2 off Pampers Swaddlers, Cruisers or Extra Protection Diapers
.50/1 Quilted Northern Soft & Strong or Ultra Plush Bath Tissue 6-Double Roll +
$1 off Rimmel Mascara
$1 off Rimmel Products
$2 off Sudafed PE Triple Action 24ct or 36ct
$2 off Sudafed, Sudafed PE or Sudafed OM
.50/1 Super Pretzel Soft Pretzels
$1 off Tropicana Trop 50 – 59oz+
$1 off Tylenol Sinus
$3 off Tylenol Sinus, Cold, Cough or Allergy products
.50/1 Vainty Fair Plates or Bowls
.50/1 Vanity Fair Napkins
$2 off Visine Products
$3 off Vision Totality Multi-Symptom Relief, Soothing Wipes or All Day Relief
$1 off Wisk Ultra Laundry Detergent 32oz +

    • irisfaith

      Regarding rebates in general, but because this list reminded me about the ConAgra…

      How do we know when a printed copy of a rebate form will be accepted? So many of them say “this original form” and “reproductions will not be accepted.” I always worry that I will send one of these in, printed off my computer in black and white, and then it will be rejected as a copy or something.

      • jess

        I printed the con agra rebate and i got my coupon booklet last week. So yours should work as well.. i wasnt too thrilled about the coupons either..but its better than nothing i suppose..

    • BB

      thanks for sharing! I highly doubt I will be buying Sunday papers this week.

      • Barb

        I passed up a couple of papers because the coupons looked puny. I regretted it later because Jenny's deals are often built around having coupons from specific dates. I will no longer be skipping a $2.00 Sunday paper that will potentially save me hundreds.

        • snappystef

          I don't know about your area but I can buy the sunday paper for $1 at the dollar tree.

          • tinaded

            We get a free paper thrown out on sunday that has the week coupons in them. If they r still in the driveways on wed. then they r mine. lol I dont usually pay for mine unless there is some different ones in the big papers.

          • Barb

            No, ours is $2 and with all the features, it is well worth it. We do read the paper and keep up-to-date on local cultural events. In general, I buy three and spend $6. I get this $6 back usually with one coupon (x3). I buy three because I have bought just 2 in the past and really regretted it.

            I really cannot see the point of begrudging $6 when my return on it is hundreds.

    • http://allfrugalstuff.blogspot.com/ Amanda

      Use the $1 off Lays chips on Ruffles at Food Lion, they are B1G1F, reg price $3.99 until next Wednesday, pretty good deal on chips.

    • mollie456

      I am pretty new to the coupon thing, but am I right in noticing that generally there are all the same things week after week? I am not complaining exactly because we are saving a ton, but I am not sure we are eating as well. Before I bought very little packaged food because it was more expensive. I love the coupons for flour and block cheese, but they are rare compared to ones for processed foods, snacks and cereal. Is this a trend because while cinnamon toast crunch for a dollar is great, before my children ate oatmeal and honey because it was affordable. They are loving the fruit leather in their lunchbox but I worry about all the preservatives and coloring in these newly economical foods I am buying! Am I alone in this?? I know, I know, just don't buy it, but it has been kind of fun delighting them with things we never bought before and it was like a quarter. How can I say no to a quarter?

      • CLR

        Hi! I ran into the same thing, but I just don't “stock” up on those items, I just get one to have as a special treat. Saving on the cooking/baking ingredients and healthy items is much harder, but some do come along. Eating healthy is more expensive than mega couponing, but by couponing a healthy eater still can save a lot. I think you will find a balance and see the pendulum swing back from always buying whatever can be gotten to buying a few and finding ways to save on the healthier items. Oh, and one thing I do is email companies that I like and they often send coupons after they receive a compliment. Even free coupons.

      • Susan

        We also try to eat very healthy at our house, and honestly, it means saying “no” to some deals. Just because it's cheap doesn't mean we should be eating it! Like CLR, I look for coupons for basic ingredients/foods that I can stock up on, and ignore the others. I find our biggest savings come from drugstore deals, and in those savings, I save money overall in my household budget. My budget is not “cut in half” by any means, because of my food choices, but we are saving money, and anything helps!

      • shaunascoupons

        There are also great deals on healthy products. Here is a list of foods that have blessed our family since we began couponing:

        Birds Eye Steam Fresh Veggies – .20 each or less – I see this deal monthly
        Frozen fish fillets – free to $1 per piece but we are able to eat fish much more often
        Purvia – this is a stevia product which is a sugar and calorie free natural sweetener
        Oatmeal – this goes on sale too!
        Honey – I find this on sale at Walgreens for the cheapest I have seen it anywhere. Its a great way to use register rewards that expire way too quickly.
        Nuts
        canned veggies
        pasta sauce
        Flour
        sugar
        salt
        spices
        canned milk (around the holidays this was free)
        cheese
        bread
        pita chips
        hummis
        sobe calorie free drinks (sweetened with stevia) – free
        crackers
        apple sauce cups and fruit cups
        peanut butter
        whole wheat pasta

        The list really does go on and on. Just set your standards and stick to them and the savings will come. But besides food, all of your household, health and beauty and more will go free or very cheap at the drug stores so enjoy the savings there as well. Here is part of my list for this week at Publix:

        Bertolli Olive oil
        Kens Steak house lite accents
        Nabisco graham crackers
        Yo-plus yogurt
        Earths best organic baby food
        cabbage
        Del Monte Chillers – I am trying these out for the first time so I dont know how healthy they are yet
        Contessa frozen shrimp
        Gordons grilled fish

      • Mary

        I do most of my saving/couponing on cleaning products, paper products and shampoos/deodorants etc.I really stock up on those things, I refuse to pay $6 for All detergent when I can usually get it for a dollar! The savings on these items can allow you to buy the healthier choices, and (choke…choke) pay full price for them!

      • joquena

        I'm too lazy to go look up the links, check hotcouponworld.com's coupon database. But I have recently gotten organic coupons to print for florida crystals (sugar) and kosher and sea salt. I was able to get organics from harris teeter for prices equivalent to aldi!

      • kayborkowski

        We have found that we have greatly reduced spending on products we use, that we are able to buy products we weren't able to afford previously (healthy snacks for our 5) and that we are giving to the food pantry many of the box items ect that we personally don't use but feel can stretch someone's dollars while in a bad time. My DH was not in to this at first but now is my partner and has new found friends(male and female) at the grocery stores:) Also we have seen the cycles and learned to think long term. Good luck and many blessings, Kay and Larry

    • Roxie

      Wondering if anyone in Chattanooga area knows where to get an Atlanta paper?

      • AngelaDH

        The closest is Adairsville, GA. :(

      • mandy

        calhoun has them now, but they are $3 when in adairsville they are only $2. So aggravating, also my paper was missing the SS, we bought 6 papers and every one was missing the SS! anybody else have that problem?

    • Sabrina

      If you're going to steal the list of coupons, you should give your original source. It's pretty obvious that this list isn't your original work because you didn't fix the mistake with the Hershey's $2 coupon. It should say:
      $2.00/3 BAGS OF HERSHEY'S, REESE'S OR CADBURY CANDY (8 oz. OR LARGER)

      • lyssibee

        In Jenny's defense, she never claims all the lists to be original – her intent is to help others save money. She almost always gives credit to the right person/site — far more times than most other money-saving sites. Jenny shows others how to save money with integrity and honesty. On top of it, Jenny is not charging us anything – it is an expense to run a website for this many readers and do the work to research deals. We all make mistakes sometimes. If you are someone who doesn't make mistakes, I'm sure Jenny would be glad for some extra help!

        Jenny, you do so much of the footwork with couponing and deal matching that used to take me hours to do on my own. I know the time you must spend on this amazing website. You are constantly adding new features and lists that make it easier to save money for those new to couponing and those who have been couponing for years. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Please be encouraged by all the positive comments. They contain more truth and far outweigh the venomous ones. You are saving people huge percentages off their budgets and allowing us to be more generous with our donations.

        Psalm 84:11 “The LORD bestows favor and honor. No good thing does he withhold
        from those who walk uprightly.”

        • Sabrina

          I understand what you're saying. This site and many other blogs just like it make money on the traffic that it attracts. The 2 main deal websites that I frequent and have frequented for over 8 years are very careful to list where they pulled information from. I'm not being “venomous” at all by pointing out that I find it in poor taste to pull information from other sites and not give credit where credit is due.

          • jessica1970

            Nah, you were venomous. Read what you wrote. Hello, accusing someone of stealing is venomous!

            Jenny: Thank you over and over for what you do. I've literally saved thousands thanks to you.

            • laurahop

              I agree with you jessica. If you don't like the website don't come here. Don't be rude and ridiculous about it. Just don't visit it and save us all the time of having to tell you how silly you were being.

            • Lauren

              Thank you!!!!!!

            • jay

              I don't think she was being venomous or accusing anyone of anything that wasn't true. If someone's work is copied, it should be credited, that's all.

        • Jay

          I do love and appreciate this site. But I wanted to clarify one thing for you: running this site is NOT an expense. I wish we knew how much money is made from this site, but I bet everyone would be shocked. A lot of popular sites like this make a LOT of money. So, it's not an expense done out of the goodness of someone's heart. It is a job. It's done to make money.

          I have checked out many similar sites, and I frequent this one the most because it is set up so well. But I do see content here sometimes that appears to be pulled from other sites, and I do agree that if something is taken from another site, credit should be given. I know credit usually IS given, and like I said, I do really like this site and am glad it is here.

      • Don

        Shut up Sabrina!

    • kellie

      my paper has some coupons but mostly those ads trying to sell stuff with only a few coupons listed in the insert, really stinks!

    • kellie

      my paper does not have a lot of coupons, some coupons but mostly those ads of companies trying to sell necklaces, dog stuff, etc. almost like the infomercials. really is a bummer!

    • dollyann

      Fred's doubles coupons up to 70 cents only on Saturdays.

    • Christy

      I had an issue with my local Rite-Aid this week because my 5/25 coupon was in black in white. They refused to take it saying it had been photo-copied…. Just wandering if this is standard for all Rite-Aids or am I an isolated incidence?

      • Tina

        I have had this happen occasionally at various places, and I stand my ground. If the coupon scans, they should accept it. Call cooperate if needed. Nothing in the Rite-Aid policy, to my knowledge, suggest that coupons have to be in color. Besides, a coupon being printed in color so no proof that it is not photo-copied. Color copiers are common. I always, always print in black and white.

    • Bethany

      Can you use the PeterPan coupons on Mounds or Almond Joy candy bars or is that a different PeterPan company?

    • Rachel

      Did anyone else just get SS in the Tennessean?

      Jenny – thank you for the site – love what you do!

    • MrsMorgan

      The AJC SS 3/14 has a coupon for “savings off your next purchase of ANY single pack of Stride Mystery gum.” Does anyone know how much this is worth?

      For those who didn't get the coupon, there is a line on the coupon that says “If this is your friend's newspaper, go to http://www.mysteryoffer.stridegum.com by 3/16/10 to get your mystery savings coupon.” Good luck to all who can use this link :)

    • Karla

      My Post and Courier (in Charleston) had no coupon inserts! Did anyone else experience this, or did I happen to be unlucky and get a paper someone must have rifled through?

      • jessica1970

        Unfortunately, I think you were unlucky. I live in Florence and picked up a copy of the Charleson paper outside my Harris Teeter and I had coupons. I was so thankful I got one because my Eight o'clock coffee coupon was in there but not in the Florence paper. I went back to get a second paper but some “nice” person cleaned out the whole vending machine in a matter of minutes. Was there a particular coupon you were looking for?

        • Karla

          Thanks for the reply! The $1 McCormick spice coupon was really the main one I was looking for, but I believe there may be a printable I can get right now. It was Harris Teeter where I got my paper, too, but I got it from inside the store, so I never thought someone would have pulled the inserts out! I'll try pulling from the bottom of the stack next week!

    • Karla

      Thanks for the reply! The $1 McCormick spice coupon was really the main one I was looking for, but I believe there may be a printable I can get right now. It was Harris Teeter where I got my paper, too, but I got it from inside the store, so I never thought someone would have pulled the inserts out! I'll try pulling from the bottom of the stack next week!