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Shocking coupon savings at your local grocer

Marge Svenson King Features Syndicate

Doesn’t it seem as if more people are decorating, dressing up and buying Halloween-related products these days? Well, that’s because they are!

A survey by the National Retail Federation says U.S. consumers are expected to spend $3.3 billion on Halloween this year, an increase of 5.4 percent from last year.

The survey indicates that the average consumer will spend $48 on candy, costumes, decorations and cards.

Here are this week’s savings on Halloween or fall-related products:

“ Save 50 cents on any two packages of Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough. Expires Nov. 27.

“ Pillsbury also offers an easy apple-pie recipe and spice packet inside its Pet-Ritz frozen pie crusts. Expires Nov. 27.

“ Save $1 on any two packages of Nestle fun-size candy bars and $1 on any two bags of Wonka candy, such as Nerds or Laffy Taffy. Expires Nov. 1.

“ Millstone has a $1 coupon on any of its 1/2 -pound or larger packages of coffee, including its new Pumpkin Spice flavored coffee. Expires Oct. 31.

Slow-cooker dinners are always popular during the cool fall months.

“ Hunt’s offers a 55-cent coupon on any three cans of tomato products and recipes for slow-cooker dinners at, plus the Crock-pot manufacturer is offering a $5 mail-in rebate on purchase of one of its cookers. More details can be found at

“ McCormick has a 40-cent coupon on any of its slow-cooker mixes. Expires Dec. 31.

“ Banquet also has a $1 coupon on any of its Crock Pot Classic mixes. Expires Nov. 30.

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