Be sure to take advantage of the avalanche of new printable coupons and digital offers that will be released over the next week.
Already today, Nov. 1, we’re seeing all sorts of new coupons.
Among the better coupons I spotted:
$1.10/2 Chex on BettyCrocker.com
.85/1 Kix cereal on BettyCrocker.com. It’s rare to ever see a coupon on Kix.
.85/1 Multi-Grain Cheerios on BettyCrocker.com
$1/1 Energizer batteries on N&O’s Find N Save. Think holidays.
.75/1 Wheaties on N&O’s Find N Save
.75/1 Multi-Grain Cheerios on N&O’s Find N Save
$1.60/2 Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough on BettyCrocker.com. This will go nicely with the new $1.50/2 Harris Teeter digial coupon and the brand-new $1.50/2 SavingStar.com credit. Check your E-Vic account to see if you received it today. These are $3.15 each at Harris Teeter right now so you’ll just 80 cents each out of pocket but after your SavingStar.com credit, they’ll be just a nickel each.
Here are some of my favorite sites to print coupons:
The News & Observer's Find N Save coupon page, which is powered by Coupons.com
CommonKindness.com. This site is great for folks looking for coupons on healthier products.
CouponNetwork.com. This site is shutting down as of Dec. 11. Read about that HERE.
MamboSprouts.com. Another good site of healthy product coupons.
EarthBoundFarm.com. Sign up to have a produce coupon sent to your inbox on a weekly basis.
The start of a new month is also a great time to check in at the online coupon sites, such as SavingStar, Ibotta and Recyclebank.
SavingStar loaded multiple new offers today, including credits for the above-mentioned Pillsbury cookie dough, Cheerios, Progresso, Wheaties and many more. Plus there’s a $5 credit on cold and flu season products that include Dial Foaming Hand Soap and Scotties tissues.
And, finally, check to see if you have any rebates that need to be mailed in. Many rebates expire at the end of a month but give you a two-week window to mail in the form.