Sunday Coupon Inserts for 5/11 – 4 Inserts!

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Sunday Coupon Inserts – 5/11

There will be 3 Inserts in this weekend’s paper.

  • 2 P&G
  • 1 Red Plum
  • 1 Smart Source

You can check out the Sunday Coupon Preview for a complete list of the coupons that will be available. Remember this list may not be the exact coupons you will receive in your inserts as they do change from region to region and even from newspaper to newspaper.

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Find out how to find the Coupon Inserts in Your Newspaper.  And be sure to check out the 2014 Sunday Coupon Inserts Schedule!

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  • 0246

    title says 4 inserts, then you say 3 inserts, then you list out 4 inserts. we are expecting how many, exactly? 🙂

    • Jenny Leigh Roller

      The second P&G is only one loose piece of paper. A flyer really. So I am assuming that is where the confusion is.

      • mel

        it’s a copy/paste of last week’s post, and that detail was not properly adjusted for the new week

  • annie

    im new to couponing and i have a question please? on the back of almost every coupon that u get from the sunday newspaper it says limit one coupon perpurchase cannot be combined with any other coupons.. say if i got my parents coupons multiple coupons from other people and its the same coupon for that itend can i use multiples or no cause it says limit one coupon per purchase..

    • Sandy

      Wording does seem confusing. One coupon per purchase meaning 1 coupon per ITEM. So if you buy 4 body washes for example you can use 4 of that same coupon unless it specifically limits you (and it will say this on the coupon) ie. …”LIMIT 2 identical coupons” then they truly mean there is a limit of 2 of that exact same coupon . If you have a Store coupon you can usually use a mfg. coupon and stack them. So to answer your question, multiple coupons are ok unless they specify a limit. Many times you can get around that by splitting up your purchases & transactions. **There is a section above Couponing for Beginners”…. HTH