Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Feb. 21, 2016 (1 Insert)
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Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Feb. 21, 2016 (1 Insert)

Posted on Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 at 10:13 am
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Look for these coupons in this Sunday’s paper! Remember coupons can vary by region.

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Alfaro’s $1/1 artesano style bread 20oz (5/21)

AMBI $2/1 product excluding bar soap (4/30)

Bronkaid $2/1 product (4/5)

Cadbury/Reese’s $1/3 eggs multipacks 4.8oz+ (3/5)

CeraVe $3/1 product (3/19)

CeraVe $4/1 healing ointment (3/19)

Colgate $.50/1 toothpaste 3oz+ (3/5)

Colgate $1/1 360 or slim soft manual toothbrush
excluding plus, total action, extra clean and classic clean (3/12)

Colgate $2/1 optic white high impact, total daily
repair, enamel health mineral repair and sensitive smart white
toothpaste 3oz (3/5)

Colgate $3/1 optic white toothbrush+whitening pen or
sensitive toothbrush+sensitivity relief pen (3/12)

Edge/Schick Hydro/Skintimate $1/1 shave gel excludes
2.75oz (3/12)

Fiji $.50/1 500ml+ bottle (4/21)

Hershey’s $2/3 easter hershey’s kisses, reese’s,
hershey’s miniatures, hershey’s eggs, Cadbury, jolly rancher or whoppers
bags 8oz+ (3/5)

Irish Spring $1/1 body wash excluding 2.5oz (3/12)

Lysol $1/1 disinfectant spray 12.5oz+ AND 1
disinfecting wipes 35ct+ (3/22)

Purina Cat Chow $1/1 3.15lb+ bag (5/31)

Purina/Target 10% off $40+ purina pet care purchase
excludes fancy feast wet cat food variety packs (3/12) TARGET COUPON
General Mills $1/3 big g cereals (4/2)

Renu $2/1 12oz fresh or sensitive (4/30)

Renu $4/1 2x12ox fresh twin pack (4/30)

Revlon $1/2 haircolor (3/26)

Schick $2/1 hydro refill excludes women’s products an
disposables (3/12)

Schick $2/1 xtreme3 razor (3/12)

Schick $4/1 hydro disposable razor (3/12)

Schick $4/1 hydro razor excludes women’s products and
disposables (3/12)

Softsoap $1/1 body wash 15oz+ (3/12)

Starbucks $2/2 k-cup pods (4/30)

Theraflu $1.50/1 product (3/19)

Triaminic $1.50/1 4oz product (3/31)

Wet n wild $.50/1 product (3/5)

Wet n wild $1/1 1 step wondergel nail color (3/5)

Wet n wild $1/1 max fanatic or max volume plus mascara
(3/5)

Thanks FrazzledNFrugal!

 

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