Sunday Coupon Insert Preview For 7/3/2011
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Sunday Coupon Insert Preview For 7/3/2011

Posted on Thursday, June 30th, 2011 at 3:12 pm
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Here it is: the Sunday insert preview.

If you see any differences in your region, please let me know in the comments.

Procter & Gamble 7/3

  • $1 off Always Infinity product, 14 ct. +
  • .50/1 Always pads, clean or feminine cleansing cloths
  • .50/1 Always pantiliner, 30 ct. +
  • .50/1 Bounce dryer bar
  • .35/1 Bounce or Downy sheets
  • .25/1 Bounty napkins
  • .25/1 Bounty towels or napkins
  • $1 off Cascade product
  • $1 off Cascade Rinse aid
  • .25/1 Charmin product
  • $1 off Clairol hair color
  • $3 off Clairol Nice ‘n Easy Color Blend foam or Perfect 10 hair color
  • $1 off CoverGirl product
  • $2.50/2 CoverGirl product
  • $5 off Crest 3D White Advanced Vivid, Stain Shield or Gentle Routine strips
  • .75/1 Crest rinse, 440 mL +
  • .75/1 Crest toothpaste, 4 oz +
  • $7 off Crest White Professional Effects or 2 Hr Express strips
  • $1 off Downy liquid fabric softener
  • .50/1 Duracell Coppertop, Ultra Advanced, Photo Lithium or specialty batteries
  • $1.50 off Duracell Rechargeable batteries, charger or hearing aid batteries
  • .50/1 Febreze Air Effects
  • Free Febreze Air Effects max $3.29 wyb Fabric refresher
  • Free Febreze Noticeables warmer wyb refill
  • .50/1 Febreze Set & Refresh product
  • $1 off Gillette body wash
  • $2 off Gillette deodorant, excl trial size
  • $4 off Gillette Fusion cartridge
  • $3 off Gillette Mach3 cartridge
  • $2 off Gillette Mach3 disposable 3 ct, Sensor3 4 ct. or Custom Plus3 4 ct.
  • $3 off Gillette Mach3 disposable 6 ct, Sensor3 8 ct. or Custom Plus3 8 ct.
  • $2 off Gillette manual or power Fusion ProGlide razor
  • $2 off Gillette Venus refill
  • $2 off Gillette Venus refillable or disposable razor
  • B1G1 Head & Shoulders shampoo or conditioner, excl trial size
  • $3 off Herbal Essences or Aussie stylant wyb any product, excl trial size
  • .50/1 Ivory bar or bodywash or Safeguard bar or liquid handsoap
  • $1 off Metamucil product
  • $1/2 Olay bars, body wash, or in-shower or hand & body lotion, excl trial size
  • $3 off Olay Pro-X, Regenerist or Total Effects facial moisturizer or cleanser, excl Pro-X cleansing device, refills and trial size
  • Free Old Spice body spray wyb Fresh Collection or Red Zone
  • $1/2 Old Spice product
  • .75/1 Oral-B floss or floss picks, 30 ct. +
  • $2 off Oral-B Pulsar, CrossAction, Advantage, or (2) Indicator manual toothbrushes
  • $1.50 off Pampers diapers or pants, box or (2) bags
  • $1.50 off Pampers Ltd. Ed. Prints diapers or Splashers swim pants
  • $1/2 Pantene product, excl trial size
  • .50/1 Pepto product
  • $1/2 Secret product, excl trial size
  • $1 off Tampax Pearl or Compak Pearl tampons, 18 ct. +
  • .50/1 Tampax product, 18 ct. +
  • .50/1 Tide detergent
  • .50/1 Tide Stain Release
  • $1.50 off Tide Stain Release 26-50 oz powder, 15-34 ct. Duo pac pr 36-68 oz liquid
  • .35/1 Tide To Go product
  • .50/1 Tide washing machine cleaner

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