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High-Value Razor Coupons + Deals

Posted on Monday, July 28th, 2014 at 11:00 am
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Stock up on all your shaving needs with these 4 new high-value coupons from Schick + even more great razor coupons!


$5.00 off TWO (2) Schick Disposable Razor Packs $2.00 off one (1) Schick Disposable Razor Pack
$3.00 off Schick Quattro Titanium Razor $3.00 off Schick Xtreme3 Disposable Razor Pack
$1.00 off ONE Gillette or Venus Disposable Razor $2.00 off ONE Venus Razor

 Here are a few deals you can get!

Walmart:

Schick Quattro Disposable Razors – $5.77
– $5.00 off TWO (2) Schick Disposable Razor Packs
– $2.00/1 Schick Quattro For Men or Quattro for Women Disposable Razor – 7-13-14 SS – (exp. 08/09/14)
Final Price: $3.27Use $5/2 coupon

Kmart:

Schick Disposable Razors – $5.99
Includes: Slim Twin, Xtreme 3 or Quattro; Select varieties
– $3.00 off Schick Xtreme3 Disposable Razor Pack
 – $5.00 off TWO (2) Schick Disposable Razor Packs
– $2.00/1 Schick Quattro For Men or Quattro for Women Disposable Razor – 7-13-14 SS – (exp. 08/09/14)
Final Price: $2.99 – Use $3/1 coupon

 

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