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WRAL SmartShopper

New printable coupons available

Posted December 1, 2010

It's the beginning of the month and that means new coupons on and There are also some good ones on  Click the links in the box to print your coupons.


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  • Trickat Dec 2, 2010

    Oh! And by the way, I ordered a pair of boots from JCPenney last night with the code GIVEJOY (must be all caps, it's $10 off $10!!!) Hurry - it expires today!

    Bonus: you can't combine it with free s/h, so I had my shipped to my local store free of charge. Also didn't have luck with clearance items, but sale items are ok.

  • Trickat Dec 2, 2010

    Thanks Nancy - I'll compare prices after I receive my two freebies!

  • Nancy Dec 1, 2010

    jzka, you can get a better price on the ALL YOU subscription from Amazon than on ALL YOU's web site. I've gotten mine through there as well as one for my sister in law too.

    The coupons in the subscription version are usually slightly different than the store issue magazine (found only at WalMart).

    I usually don't have any problem getting my monies worth out of the coupons to more than pay for the magazine.

  • Trickat Dec 1, 2010

    ...and nice job on the got2b money maker, it's a tween's dream :)

  • Trickat Dec 1, 2010

    Thanks for the link Raleigh! December would definitely be worth it with the NYC $2, got2b $2 and the Kraft parm cheese alone. I imagine they'll send me Jan./Feb. as my 2 free, even ok coupons turn into free items pretty quickly during the new year clearance.

  • Oxymoron02 Dec 1, 2010

    jzka, take a look for yourself and see if any of the coupons look like things you'll use. Some months are better than others.

    Personally, I stacked a Rite Aid VV $2 off got2b Q with an All You magazine $2 off got2b Q last week, much to my daughter's delight since I let her pick it out, and submitted the SCR for the full price of the item ($4.99). Money maker! :)

  • Trickat Dec 1, 2010

    I was curious about the All You magazine, but didn't want to risk an entire subscription. At they are giving the first two months free, then billing $19.90 for the entire year unless you cancel after they send you the bill. You don't have to submit your credit card information as in other deals I've skipped.

    I wonder how many coupons I'll actually use from the magazine, or if the printables on the website will still serve as my go to.