RedPlum Sunday Coupon Preview 11/14
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RedPlum Sunday Coupon Preview 11/14

Posted on Saturday, November 13th, 2010 at 9:06 am
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There are two Redplum inserts this Sunday! Coupled with all of the great Thanksgiving food deal at the stores, you might want to pick up more than one copy of the Sunday paper tomorrow.

RedPlum 1

$1/1 Select Advil Products
$1/1 Advil or Advil PM
$1/1 Advil, Children’s
$1/1 Caltrate Soft Chews
$2/1 Carbona Oven Rack and Grill Cleaner
$.50/1 Select Caress Products
$.50/1 Select Caress Body Washes
$3/1 Centrum Cardio
$2/1 Centrum Performance
$2/1 Centrum Product
$2/1 Centrum Silver
$.50/2 Combos Snack Bags
$1/1 Dimetapp Product
$.30/1 Domino Organic or Demerara Sugar
$.40/1 Domino Sugar Product
$1/1 Select Folgers or Millstone Products
$.75/2 Goya Green Olives
$.60/2 Hellmann’s Product
$1/2 Hillshire Farm Deli Select Lunchmeat
$1/2 Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies
$.75/2 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!
$1.50/3 Select Kellogg’s Cereals
$1/3 Kellogg’s Cereals
$.50/2 Knorr Recipe, Sauce or Gravy
$5/2 L’Oreal Cosmetic Face Product
$2/1 L’Oreal Cosmetic Face Product
$2/1 L’Oreal Excellence or Excellence To Go
$1/1 L’Oreal Facial Cleanser
$2/1 L’Oreal Facial Moisturizer
$.50/1 Lever 2000 Bar Soap
$.75/2 Lipton Cup-a-Soup or Soup Secrets
$.60/2 Lipton Recipe Secrets Product
$.60/1 Lipton Tea Bags
$.60/2 Lipton Tea Bags, To Go or Tea Mix
$1/2 M&M Holiday Product
$1/2 Maxwell House Coffee or International Cafe
$1/1 Meow Mix Dry Cat Food
$1 off Meow Mix Market Select
$.30/1 Q-Tips Cotton Swabs
B2G1 Ragu Pasta Sauc
$1/1 Robitussin Product
$.75/2 Skippy Peanut Butter Product
$2/2 Snausages or Snaw Somes! Dog Snacks
$1/1 Suave Body Lotion
$.25/1 Suave Body Wash Product
$.75/1 Suave Deodorant Product
$.50/1 Suave Men’s Shampoo or Conditioner
$.50/2 Select Suave Professional Items
$1/1 Vaseline Intensive Rescue Product
$1/1 Vaseline Lotion

RedPlum 2

$1/2 Angel Soft Bath Tissue
$1.50/1 Boost Multipack
$1/1 California Pizza Kitchen Product
$.50/2 Carnation Evaporated Milk
$.50/1 Carnation Famous Fudge Kit
$7/1 Select Crest Whitestrips
$1.50/1 Depil Silk Hair Remover
$1/1 Digiorno Flatbread Melt
$1/1 Digiorno Pizza
$1/2 Digiorno Small Pizza
$2/1 Duracell AA Batteries Target
$1.50/1 Duracell Batteries
$1.50/1 Duracell Batteries Target
$2/1 Select Duracell Products
$1.50/2 Emerald Nuts
$.50/1 Era Product
B1G1 Fancy Feast Appetizers
$1/2 Gerber Cereal
$3/1 Gerber Good Start Formula
$1/2 Gerber Graduates Snack
$0.75/2 Gerber Puree
$0.50/1 Select Aussie or Herbal Essences
$2/1 Ideal White, Confectionery or Brown Sugar
$1/1 Ideal Packets
$.50/1 Libby’s Pumpkin Bread Kit
$1/3 Mars Chocolates
$1.50/1 Micro Touch Max Personal Trimmer
$1/1 Nature’s Bounty Product
$.55/1 Nestle Coffee-mate Liquid
$.55/1 Nestle Coffee-mate Powder
$1.25/3 Nestle Tollhouse Morsels
$2/1 Olay Facial Cleanser
$0.75/1 Select Oral-B Manual Toothbrush
$5/1 Oral-B Replacement Brush Heads
$10/1 Oral-B Rechargeable Toothbrush
$.50/2 Pop Secret Product
$1.50/2 Purina Dog Snacks
$4/4 Purina Dog Snacks
$2/2 Purina Friskies Treats
$1/1 Purina Kit & Kaboodle Cat Food
$1/1 Rhodes Rolls
$1/2 Sparkle Paper Towels
$1/2 Tums Product
$1/3 Uncle Ben’s Rice

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