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Washington Post: No Coupon Inserts this Labor Day weekend 9/2/12

Just a friendly reminder there won’t be any inserts this weekend.  Since it is Friday you can go ahead and stop your Washington Post delivery for this weekend.  Washington Post will extend your subscription.

Take a quick break from coupons and enjoy this Labor Day weekend!  If you are like me and enjoy getting the ads just remember you can also get them on their websites.

Here are some Internet coupons you can print from your computer. I get a couple cents for every coupon printed. Thanks for supporting Redberrydeals at no additional cost to you.

Hurry!  They are going fast!

 

$1.00 off 1 IHOP at Home Griddle N' Sausage Wrap
$1.00 off (1) IHOP at Home Flatbread Sandwich
$1.00 off (1) IHOP at Home French Toast Pastry
$1.00 off Pepperidge Farm Jingos!™ crackers
$1.00 off Blue Bunny Cadbury™ Frozen Novelty
$0.50 off ONE package of KRAFT FRESH TAKE Cheese
$1.00 off two BUSH'S Baked or Grillin' Beans
$1.50 off 3 .75oz Strips of Fleischmann's Yeast
$0.40 off Fleischmann's Pizza Crust Yeast Strip
$1.00 off Any Two Strips of Fleischmann's Yeast
$1.00 off Any One Jar of Fleischmann's Yeast

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Sunday Coupon Preview: Washington Post: Inserts 6/3/12

Check out the Sunday Coupon Preview!  

This weekend June 3rd in the Washington Post there will be 1 Smart Source, 1 Red Plum and 1 Procter & Gamble Insert.  That is 3 inserts! 2012 Coupon Schedule.

In addition here are some high value Internet Coupons you can print.  There are some great coupons that will double at the Washington DC area stores that are under $.99 in value!  Print them before they are gone. As always thanks for support Redberrydeals.com at no additional cost to you.

Food Coupons

Personal Care Coupons

  • $5.00 off Centrum ProNutrients Supplement
  • $1.25 off ONE package of POISE Liners
  • $1.25 off ONE package of POISE Pads
  • $2.00 off 2 package of U by KOTEX
  • $2.00 off 2 packages of KOTEX Natural Balance
  • Household Coupons

  • $1.00 off Comet stainless steel cleaning item
  • $4.00 off Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaner  
  • There is a report that these Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaner will be on sale at Family Dollar for $4.  This means it would be FREE after this coupon!  If you have a Walmart you can price-match it.

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    Washington Post: No Coupon Inserts this Memorial Day weekend 5/27/12

    Just a friendly reminder there won’t be any inserts this weekend.  Since it is Tuesday you can go ahead and stop your Washington Post delivery for this weekend.  Washington Post will extend your subscription.

    Take a quick break from coupons and enjoy this Memorial Weekend!  If you are like me and enjoy getting the ads just remember you can also get them on their websites.

    In case you are still excited about getting some coupons check out these internet coupons:

    Baby Items

    $1.50 off one PULL-UPS Training Pants
    $2.00 off one package of GOODNITES Underwear
    $1.50 off one Feverall product
    $1.00 off Any MAM Product
    $1.50 off ONE Pampers Cruisers or Baby Dry Diapers
    $1.50 off ONE Pampers Swaddlers Diapers
    $0.75 off ONE Pampers Wipes 60 ct or larger

     

    Food Items

    $0.75 off two MILKY WAY Brand Bars
    $1.00 off 1 package of Butterball Turkey Burgers
    FRENCH’S HONEY MUSTARD DIPPING SAUCE
    $0.50 off FRENCH’S Dijon Mustard
    $1.50 off 3 12 oz. SPAM products
    $0.70 off ONE Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut™ Cereal
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    Looking for a Washington Post Deal? How about $.59 Sundays?!

    I’m always looking for good deals on getting the paper cheaper.  I’ve had issues trying to get a good deal on the Washington Post these last couple months.  I’ve learned to keep calling and asking.  My last bill was incorrect and I didn’t get the deal they offered and instead they offered me not as good a deal so I took it just because I still wanted the delivery.   I should have canceled.

    Now, I’m going to call back and ask for this one and get them to send me the bill so I can pay for a YEAR (52 week) subscription instead of just 26 weeks.

    Subscribe to The Washington Post today and save up to 79% off the newsstand rate

    Get 26 weeks of Sunday home-delivery for just 59¢ a week and save 71% off the newsstand rate! Or get 26 weeks of 7-day home-delivery for only $1.35 a week – a 79% savings!

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    Washington Post Sundays – $.59 a week!

    If you haven’t decided to do home delivery of Washington Post, this is a good time to start.  Right now you can get Sundays for $.59 cents a week.   Save up to 71%.   You can call to subscribe at 1-877-332-3717, Ext 2., or click HERE.

    Offer only valid in limited locations within The Post’s 7-day home delivery area for new subscribers and those who have not been a Post subscriber for the past 30 days.  You will be charged a one-time payment for the initial 26 week subscription period.  At the end of the 26-week period, your subscription will continue and you will be billed or your credit card will be charged every 8 weeks at the prevailing home-delivery rate unless you contact The Washington Post.  Your invoice will include the average transportation cost for home-delivery subscriptions across all delivery area of 14 cents daily and 48 cents Sunday.  Actual costs for some areas and offers may differ.  You will be charged applicable sales tax.  Offer expires 5/28/10 and cannot be combined with any other Washington Post reduced-price home delivery sales offer.

    After the 26 week period, I highly recommend calling and seeing about extending the subscription.  I’ve been a subscriber for awhile and I called and they offered me this deal.  It’s always worth it to try!  Besides you can always pick up the Double Deal Sunday papers now at $3 for 2.

    Washington Post carries Smart Source, Red Plum, Procter & Gamble (P&G) and General Mills inserts.

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    Buy Your Newspapers this weekend 3/28/10!

    This weekend there will be 2 Smart Source inserts and 1 Red Plum.   Plus, I’m guessing based on last year’s schedule that there should be a General Mills insert.

    Thanks to Laura from Frugalfriends for pointing out that there will be a P&G insert on Easter 4/4/10.  See the preview list HERE.  Thanks SlickDeals.com

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    I got my Newspaper early!

    This morning when my daughter and I were playing around the house I looked outside wondering if the snow would fall and to my surprise I got my Sunday Coupon inserts early!  I got our shoes on and we walked outside to get it.  My daughter was so excited to go outside she wasn’t interested in coming back in.  Took some persuasion to get her back in the house.

    I’m so excited because my newspaper delivery person didn’t deliver the coupon comic insert section last weekend I believe because of the snow fall that we had.  I definately forwarded that complaint.  Now, I will forward a complement since this is before the snow fall.  It makes me think I might keep my newspaper service after all.

    They recently wrote this in an email to Sunday subscribers:

    Washington Post – Home delivery prices are going up to $1.85 for the Sunday edition, but with this limited time offer you can lock in your savings and get all 7 days of the newspaper for just $1.99 per week. That’s 69% off the newsstand prices!

    I got the following 4 inserts!

    • Red Plum
    • Smart Source
    • P&G brand Saver
    • General Mills

    They have several B1g1 coupons in the P&G brand Saver expire 3/31/2010.

    Free Olay Quench Body Lotion when you buy any Olay Pro-X product

    Free Secret Deodorant when you buy any Olay Pro-X product

    Free Olay Body Wash when you buy any Venus Embrace or Venus Breeze Razor

    Free Covergirl face product when you buy any Covergirl face product

    Free Herbal Essences styling product when you buy an Herbal Essences shampoo, conditioner, or styling product

    B1G1 Buy any one Gillette Anti-Perspirant/Deordant Get 1 Geillette Body Wash FREE

    Buy 2 Vicks products and get 1 Puffs FREE

    Buy any swiffer starter kit get one free refill

    Buy any 1 Febreeze Flameless Luminary Starter kit get 1 Febreeze Flameless Luminary Refill Free

    Buy 1 Get 1 Free Buy 1 tide detergent 75oz or larger, get 1 free tide stain release 10ct-18ct duo pac, 20-36oz liquid, 14-26oz powder or any “limited time offer” pack

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    Washington Post Subscription Deal – $.77 Sundays!

    In my Sunday paper last weekend I noticed that they have a new deal for new subscribers or subscribes that haven’t subscribed in the last 30 days.   $.77 sundays – get 26 weeks of Sunday home-delivery for just $.77 a week or 7-day home-delivery for $1.81 a week!

    Offer only valid in limited locations within the Post’s 7 day home delivery area for new subscribers and those who have not been a Post subscriber for the past 30 days.  You will be charged a one time payment for the initial 26 week subscription period.  At the end of the 26 week period, your subscription will continue and you will be billed or your credit card will be charged every 8 weeks at the prevailing home delivery rate unless you contact The Washington Post.  Your invoice will include the average transportation cost for home delivery subscriptions across all delivery areas of $.14 daily and $.48 Sunday.  Actual costs for some areas and offers may differ.  You will be charged applicable sales tax.  Offer expires 2/25/10 and cannot be combined with any other Washington Post reduced price home delivery sales offer.

    I’m NOT an affiliate of Washington Post, I just want to share this deal.

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    Sunday Washington Post Cost increased to $2

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    This weekend I stopped at Bottom Dollar Food to get some groceries which I will write a post about later.

    When I got there I planned to picking up an additional copy of the Washington Post.  However, the cost is $2!  Wow!   I was surprised.  I wasn’t sure if it was the store or the the paper.  They had a double deal sitting there so I lucked out and picked that up.  It turned out to be $3!

    Here is an article about the change in price for the Sunday Washington Post.

    Effective Dec. 13, the newsstand price for its Sunday paper will go from $1.50 to $2 in Washington.

    I now need to check my bill and find out how much they are charging me for home delivery.   I might have to cancel and pick up the paper if the cost is more than that.

    I might even start thinking of ordering inserts online.   What do you think?

    What paper do you pick up?