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Click on the picture for a better look.  It's mostly P&G coupons and then a few extra.  There are (3) $3/1 Schick Disposable Razor coupons!! They are $2.97 at Walmart. :)
If you could use them just leave a comment.

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Random.org will choose a winner August 13th at 9 am MST.

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peachykeen817 said…
I also like you on Facebook. P.S. I look forward to your low entry giveaways every day - I think they're awesome!
Katherine
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Ashley said…
I want them!
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Ashley said…
I "Like" you on FB! (Ashley Reynolds)
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Ashley said…
I follow you on twitter! (@reynoldsmom)
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themita said…
I want them!
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I follow tightwad on facebook. I love getting updates on there.
Lynn said…
I could use them! Thanks for all these coupon giveaways :)

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Lynn said…
I already like ya on Facebook.

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Lynn said…
I'm a GFC follower

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Lynn said…
and I subscribe to your emails

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Brenda said…
Yes, thanks for the chance.

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Brenda said…
I like you on Facebook.

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Brenda said…
I follow you via GFC.

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Brenda said…
I subscribe to your email.

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Thabal said…
Would love it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Thabal said…
RSS Subscriber to your blog.

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i could definately use them--i soooo love coupons!!! :)

marci
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Like Tight Wad on FB

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Follow on Google Friend Connect :)

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subscribe via e-mails :)

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Working are very hard to stretch each dollar, these would help so much!
Thank you
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