Sunday Coupon Preview December 1, 2013
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Sunday Coupon Preview December 1, 2013

Posted on Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 at 10:41 am
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P&G 12/1

Always $2.50/2 Radiant Pads or Infinity Pad products
Aussie $1/2 shampoo, conditioner or styler products
Bounty $.25/1 napkins
Bounty $.25/1 towels or napkins
Braun $10/1 Series 3, 5 or 7 shaver (12/15)
Cascade $.50/1 product
Charmin $.25/1 product
Covergirl $1/1 product excludes accessories
Covergirl $2/1 Outlast Lipcolor or Outlast Double Lipshine
Covergirl $3/1 +Olay product
Crest $1/1 Pro-Health Stages or Pro-Health for Me toothpaste 4.2oz+
Febreze $.50/1 Fabric Refresher
Febreze $.50/1 product
Febreze $1.50/2 products
Febreze B1G1 free Air Effects up to $3.99 (12/15)
Gillette $1/1 twin pack or Clinical deodorant
Gillette $2/1 Fusion shave prep
Gillette $2/1 Mach3 razor
Gillette Buy Fusion ProGlide cartridge, get $5 off Fusion ProGlide razor (12/15)
Herbal Essences $.75/1 body wash
Herbal Essences $1/1 Color Me Vibrant Hair Color
Herbal Essences $1/2 shampoo, conditioner or styling products excludes color and body wash
Iams $.50/1 Shakeables treats for dogs
Iams $1/1 So Good! dog food
Iams B2G1 free wet dog or cat food up to $1.99 (12/15)
NyQuil/DayQuil $1/1 Severe product
Olay $.75/1 body wash body bar 2ct+ or hand and body lotion excludes Simply
Olay $3/1 Pro-X moisturizer or facial cleanser
Olay $3/1 Regenerist facial moisturizer
Olay $3/2 facial moisturizers or facial cleansers excludes Pro-X, Regenerist, Total Effects or Age Defying
Old Spice $1/2 products
Old Spice Buy 1 product, get $1 off shave prep
Oral-B $1/1 Pro-Health Stages or Pro-Health for Me manual or power toothbrush
Pantene $1/1 styler or treatment product
Pantene $3/2 products
Pantene $4/2 Expert products
Pepto $.50/1 product
Prilosec OTC $1/1 product
Secret $.75/1 Outlast, Scent Expressions or Clinical excludes .5oz size
Swiffer $1/1 refill excludes Bissell Steamboost
Swiffer $1/1 Sweeper starter kit or Duster Extender starter kit
Swiffer $5/1 WetJet starter kit (12/15)
Tampax $2.50/2 Pearl or Radiant tampons or Pearl Liners 16ct+
Tide $2/1 detergent excludes PODS
Tide/Downy $3/2 Tide detergents, Downy or Tide Washing Machine Cleaner excludes PODS
Tide/Downy/Bounce $.50/1 Downy, Bounce or Tide Washing Machine Cleaner or boost excludes PODS
Venus $5 off razor AND refill excludes disposables (12/15)
Vicks/Puffs Buy 1 Vicks product, get 1 Puffs product free up to $1.89 excludes VapoDrops and ZzzQuil (12/15)
Vidal Sassoon $1/1 shampoo, conditioner or styler product

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