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Friday, September 4, 2009

Sunday Insert Preview for 9/13

So the good news is there will be THREE inserts on September 13 (two RedPlum and one Smart Source), the bad news is that due to the holiday weekend, there will be no inserts THIS Sunday!

If you're curious about which coupons you'll be seeing on 9/13, go check out the Sunday Coupon Preview!

For a list of ideas of things you can do with all your newspaper, you'll want to look at Monica's Coupon Tip Tuesday post appropriately titled, "What To Do With All That Newspaper?"

If you aren't getting extra Sunday papers (for all the extra coupons of course!), then you'll want to check the two FABULESSLY FRUGAL newspaper deals we offer our local readers!

You may want to consider putting your paper on hold for Sunday. ALTHOUGH, we can not confirm the presence (or non-presence) of doubles in the paper. So you'll have to decide how much you're willing to risk for the possibility of Albertsons double coupons (I'll be keeping mine, my sister is collecting 40% off Michaels coupons for a bunch of craft stuff she needs!).

If you are an Idaho Statesman subscriber, simply call 377-NEWS no later than Saturday at 10:00 am to request a vacation stop.

If you are an Idaho Press Tribune Subscriber you may have a harder time getting your paper put on hold. I've been told the minimum length of "vacation stop" is anywhere from 3 to 7 days.

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Monica said...

I just placed a stop on my Statesman subscription. It was really easy through an automated system.

I sure hope they do not but doubles in their paper and make me regret it. Oh well.

You can have your paper donated to:

-Meals on Wheels or Papers for Education

-Get a credit on your account

-Have them saved for you and delivered to you when you get back

Tricia said...

Monica - I had 2 managers tell me that they were doubling tomorrow, but they've been wrong before. Crossing my fingers.