Rare Rare $1 off 7UP Coupon + Great Deals at CVS, Meijer & Rite Aid off 7UP Coupon + Great Deals at CVS, Meijer & Rite Aid
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Rare $1 off 7UP Coupon + Great Deals at CVS, Meijer & Rite Aid

Posted on Monday, June 2nd, 2014 at 10:00 am
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$1.00 off ONE 12-pack cans 7UP TEN & TEN Flavors A super rare printable coupon has just been released and it’s a nice high value too! Get $1.00 off ONE 12-pack cans 7UP TEN & TEN Flavors. Here are a few great deals we can grab this week:

CVS:

7UP, Canada Dry, A&W or Sunkist, 12 pk 12 oz cans – $3.67
Get $3 ECBs wyb 3 Participating Soda Products, Limit 1
Limit 3
$1.00 off ONE 12-pack cans 7UP TEN & TEN Flavors
Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.67
Final Price: $1.67
Includes ECB savings wyb 3

Meijer:

7UP Products, 12 pk 12 oz cans – $2.75
Includes: Select varieties
$1.00 off ONE 12-pack cans 7UP TEN & TEN Flavors
Final Price: $1.75

Rite Aid:

7Up and 7Up products, 12 pk 12 oz cans – $3.33
$1/3 7Up and 7Up Products, 12 pk 12 oz Cans; Limit 1 – In Ad Coupon
$1.00 off ONE 12-pack cans 7UP TEN & TEN Flavors
Final Price: $2.00
Buy 3; Use (3) $1/1 coupon and $1/3 coupon

 

 

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