September 6, 2012

All You Magazine Coupons: September 2012

I've been perusing September's All You Magazine, and must say that I'm loving all of the wonderful crafts and recipes they've added to this issue. On top of that, there is $38.60 in coupons that are also included.

Here's a list of the coupons you'll find in this issue: 

  • AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion (7.9oz) or Ultra Hydrating Body Cream, $3.50 
  • Aunt Jemima Product and All You Oct issue, $1.00 
  • Centrum Flavor Burst, $1.00  
  • Chips Ahoy Cookies, $0.50  
  • Creme Savers, $0.50  
  • Dannon Frusion (4pk), $1.00  
  • Dulcolax, $2.00  
  • Folgers Instant Coffee, $0.50  
  • Frigo Cheese, $0.55  
  • Frigo Cheese Heads, $0.55     
  • Frigo Cheese Heads String Cheese and All You October, $1.00  
  • Goodnites Bed Mats (excludes trial), $2.00  
  • Jacklyn SmithWomen’s Apparal, 25% Off
  • Konsyl Senna Prompt and All You October, $1.00  
  • Neutrogena Face Cosmetics, $2.00  
  • Neutrogena Lip or Eye Cosmetics, $1.00  
  • Olivari Mediterranean Olive Oil, $1.00  
  • Oreo (11.3-16.oz) and All You October Issue, $1.00 
  • Palmolive Fresh Infusions, $0.50  
  • Poise Feminine Wellness, $1.00/2  
  • Popcorn Indiana, $1.00
  • Return to Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs, $2.00  
  • Rug Doctor Cleaning Product, $3.00  
  • Snuggle Exhilarations, $0.50  
  • Sparkle Giant Rolls, $0.50  
  • Stayfree and All You October Issue, $1.00  
  • Tyson All Natural Frozen Ground Chicken, $1.00  
  • Yes to Tomatoes Daily Pore Scrub, $3.00  
  • Zantac, $5.00

Plus an additional bonus savings of $67.45 in exclusive coupon codes


Interested in subscribing to All You Magazine?  There's a great offer that is still available! Right now, when you subscribe to All You, you'll also receive a $5.00 Walmart Gift Card absolutely FREE!

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April S said...

I love All You!  Especially the new format with coupons and discount codes on one page so they are easy to clip without wrecking the articles and recipes.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

It's a great magazine isn't it?! My latest issue still has the coupons behind some articles.  :-(

That's a great idea, though! I would love it if they just added coupons behind ads, instead of the articles. They are usually so good that I end up saving some of the issues for future reference, so it stinks when I have to cut into a good article for coupon, lol!