SmartSource Coupon Insert Preview 11/21
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SmartSource Coupon Insert Preview 11/21

Posted on Friday, November 19th, 2010 at 6:14 am
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Here is the preview for next Sunday’s coupons from the coupon insert you find in the newspapers. Some coupons may be different in your paper, since they can vary according to where you live.

$1/1 Cortizone-10 Hydratensive Lotion
$1/1 Cortizone-10 Product
$20 MIR Crayola Gifts of Imagination
$1/2 Crystal Farms Cheeses
$10 mail in rebate for A Christmas Carol or The Search for Santa Paws
$2/1 Duraflame Firelogs
$0.55/1 Edge Shave Gel
$1/1 Energizer Batteries or Flashlight
$1/2 Hershey’s Kisses, Reese’s or Miniatures
$2/1 I-Cool for Menopause
$5/1 I-Flex Product
$2/1 Motrin PM
$1/1 Naturally Delicious Mayo or BBQ Sauce
$1/1 Naturally Delicious Salad Dressing
$2/1 Neutrogena Face Makeup
$1/1 Neutrogena Lip or Eye Makeup
$1/1 Wonderful Pistachios
$5/1 Philips Sonicare Brush Heads or Xtreme
$15/1 Philips Sonicare Flexcare+ or Flexcare
$10/1 Philips Sonicare Toothbrush
$10 MIR Philips Sonicare Toothbrush
$4/1 Prevacid 24HR Product
$1.50/1 Purina Puppy or Dog Chow
$2/1 Purina Puppy Chow or Purina Dog Chow
$1/2 Rubbermaid TakeAlongs
$1/1 Schick Disposable Razor
$1/1 Schick Quattro or Intuition Plus
$1/1 Select Schick Quattro Titanium Items
$1/1 Select Scotch-Brite Starter Kits
$3/1 Sinus or Allergy Buster Nasal Spray
$0.55/1 Skintimate Shave Gel or Cream
$0.55/1 Smithfield Bacon
$20 MIR Southern Comfort Item
$1/1 Seed by Soy Inspirations Soy Candle
$1/1 Spot Shot Stain & Odor Eliminator
$1/1 Starbucks Coffee
$1/1 Starbucks Frappucino or Double Shot Espresso
$1/1 Starbucks Ice Cream Pint
$1/1 Starbucks VIA Ready Brew
$1/2 Toblerone or Terry’s Product
$5/2 Various Products for BJ’s only

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