NBC4i Deals of the Week: 3/30

by Marcy on March 30, 2009 · 0 comments

If you are visiting this site after seeing me on
First at 4 today, welcome! Below you will find links to the information that I shared on air, along with a few additional links that you might find helpful.

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* Get $5 off of your meat purchase at The Andersons when you sign up for The House of Meats newsletter here. You can also print weekly coupons here. (This week’s is a FREE 1 lb Tilapia Fillets with $20 meat purchase.) – Thanks, Andrea!

* Subscribe to All You magazine and get 24 issues for $17.95 (just $0.75 per issue!). The money saving coupons in this magazine will more than pay for your subscription. This offer is a special offer for my readers only – read more details here.

* There are several new free samples at Walmart.com right now, including samples for Jergens Natural Glow & Eucerin Body Lotion. Request yours here.

* Hobby Lobby offers new printable coupons on their website each week. Right now you can print a coupon good for 40% off of one regular priced item here.

* Wednesday is April 1st which means that most of the online coupon sites will be offering a brand new list of coupons. Be sure to check out Coupons.com, Smartsource.com, BettyCrocker.com and Pillsbury.com on Wednesday to see what is available. Also, did you know that Target offers a new set of printable coupons bi-weekly? Target coupons can be paired with manufacturer coupons for even greater savings! You can check out their current offerings here. Check out what you can do with your coupons at Target this week here.

Are you new to couponing and want to learn more? Check out my “All About Couponing” series.

Do you want to see how you can match up your coupons with sales at your favorite stores to save even more money? View my complete list of sale/coupon match ups at Kroger, Giant Eagle, Target and Meijer here.

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