Before you toss out all of this week’s inserts in your Sunday Newspaper, you might want to take a second glance to make sure that you don’t toss out any coupons that you might need.
Parade Magazine. There are 2 manufacturer’s coupons inside of this week’s newspaper:
Page 11 – $2/1 Nutro Natural Choice Dry Cat Food (exp 1/9/11)
Page 12 – $3/1 Greenies Dental Chews for Dogs 27 oz Tub-Pak Package
McDonald’s. There is one sheet of coupons, which all expire on January 31, 2011 – here is the list:
FREE Medium Diet Dr. Pepper – No purchase necessary
FREE Medium Det Dr. Pepper with any purchase (excluding dollar menu items)
Buy One Regular Sandwich, Get One Free
Buy One Breakfast Sandwich, Get One Free
Buy One McCafe Shake, Get One Free
Free McCafe Shake with any purchase (excluding dollar menu items)
Proctor & Gamble Coupon Insert. This is the monthly insert with coupons that expire on January 31, 2011.
Dick’s Sporting Goods. This weekend’s insert has a coupon for $10 off of any athlectic footwear purchase of $59.99 or more. If you didn’t get this in your paper – you can print out your coupon here.
Shoe Carnival. There is a coupon for $5 off of any shoe $39.98 shoe purchase (before taxes). If you didn’t get this one – you can head on over here and click on the $5 coupon image, sign up for emails and get yours.
Michael’s. There were 3 coupons in this weekend’s ad. You’ll find:
25% off of entire regular priced purchase (good ONLY on January 1st)
50% off of any one regular priced item
55% off of your custom framing order
If you didn’t get your insert – head here and then just click on the coupons and they’ll open in a new window so that you can print them out. (Make sure that you very carefully read the fine print as these coupons do have exclusions listed).
Macy’s. Make sure you find your in-store savings pass that will save you an additional $10 off of a $25+ purchase on sale and clearance items — or print yours here. You will also want your coupon to save you an additional 15% off of your sale and clearance merchandiise items (or click here for one).
Did you find any coupons hiding in your newspaper today?