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Sunday Newspaper

There will be 2 inserts to look for in the 3/6 paper, a SmartSource and a Red Plum

Rite Aid 3/6 - 3/12

It's a fun week at Rite Aid! Hold onto your ad this week because there are a good number of in-ad coupons that can be combined with manufacturer coupons. Also the SCR's are great this week because they let you convert your UP's to cash, so it's a great week to use your $20 Gift of Savings or $20 Resolution Rewards if you haven't already.
New to Rite Aid shopping? Check out Rite Aid 101, here

Natures Bounty Vitamins B1G1 (prices vary) look for ones @ $3.99 use (2) $2 off from 3/6 RP AND $1 off VV (Feb) get back $2 UP (wyb 2) = $3 profit! or if you find ones priced at $5.99 after the coupons and UP's they would still be free
Keri Lotion (15 oz)$6.99 use $3 off printable, here (this beeps)
OR $2 off from 1/9 SS get back $6SCR = $2 profit!
Ester-C To Go Packets B1G1 @ $5.99 use (2) $3 off from 3/6 RP OR (2) $2 off from 2/6 RP AND $2 off VV (March) get back $2 UP (wyb 2) = $2 - $4 profit! *I take these when I feel a cold coming on and they always work!

Comtrex (24 ct.) $4.99 (cold &a…

Attention Walmart Shoppers

Good news for Walmart shoppers, Walmart has just come out with a new coupon policy. I suggest printing this off and keeping it in your wallet or purse when you shop there. You can refer to it if a problem ever arises (the changes may take time for cashiers to learn) and it will just give you more confidence when couponing there.  

 To Note:
Walmart accepts printable coupons (internet coupons)Walmart accepts competitors' coupons that feature a specific item for a specified price, for example, Purex for $2 (from the Price Chopper ad last week) The Walgreens weekly ad also has alot of coupons like this that you could use.Walmart accepts checkout coupons aka "catalinas" that are printed out from competitors' registers along with your receipt and say manufacturer coupon on them. Coupons may exceed the price of the item. Change may be given or applied toward the cost of the basket purchase. Great news! In the past I've found that this is usually, though not always the…