There will be two inserts for this weekend’s paper: a SmartSource and a Red Plum!
Here are a few highlighted coupons from the entire preview:
Edge or Skintimate $0.55/1
Glad Storage Bags $1/2
Heinz 57 Sauce $1/1
Infusium Shampoo, Conditioner, or Leave-in Treatment $2/1
Ore Idea Sweet Potato Fries $1/1
Playtex Gentle Glide Tampons $1.50/1
Sabra Product $1/1, and $1.50/2
Wet Ones Wipes $1/2
Zone Perfect $0.55/1
Bar S Franks or Bologna $1/2
Domino Sugar $0.75/2
Hefty Plates or Cups $1/3
Marcal Small Steps $1/1
Suave Deodorant $0.75/1
Wishbone Dressing $1/2
You can find the entire preview up at Taylor Town Preview, but please note that actual coupons and their values will (and do!) vary by region.
Locals, get a great deal on the News Tribune!
Did you know that the Tacoma News Tribune has a Sunday paper deal geared with couponers in mind?
Here’s why I personally get my paper this way:
- It’s half off newsstand price. It’s just $1 a copy when you buy 3-6 copies versus $2 at the store.
- No driving involved. Save gas money and time.
- Pressure is off. I’m reading more reports of stores being wiped out of newspapers by mid-day Sunday.
- No more stolen coupons. Tired of buying papers at the store only to have the coupons taken out? Now you can trust your coupons will be there.
- More papers = more stockup power. Why do I get 4 copies of the paper? Because I get 4 sets of coupons, which enables me to do great stockup trips like the one where I saved nearly 80% on my bill!
- Payment options. Pay 6 months up front OR an EZ monthly payment!
- TNT gets the Red Plum. While the TNT may miss out on some of the SmartSource coupons that the Seattle paper gets, please note that the Seattle Sunday paper contains NO Red Plum inserts. This is another reason why I prefer the Tacoma News Tribune.
For more information, please check out this post. When call for your subscription, please say you want the Sunday paper deal you saw on The Coupon Project!
Looking for a deal on the Everett Herald? Check out Coupon Connections for a HOT deal on the Everett Herald.