Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Feb. 7, 2016 (2 Inserts)
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Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Feb. 7, 2016 (2 Inserts)

Posted on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 at 10:10 am
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Look for these coupons in this Sunday’s paper! Remember coupons can vary by region.

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Aquaphor $2/1 healing ointment skin care, lip care or baby care product .35-14oz excludes .25oz mini jar (3/5)

Arm & Hammer $1/1 aingle-dose detergent (3/6)

Arm & Hammer $1/1 liquid detergent (3/6)

Arm & Hammer $1/1 scent booster (3/6)

Bon Appetit $.75/1 pizza 12.16oz+ dnd (4/17)

Bush’s $1/2 variety beans or chili beans excluding baked beans, grillin’ beans, cocina latina and chili magic (4/3)

Claritin $10/1 70ct+ (2/14)

Claritin $4/1 30ct+ (3/6)

Claritin-D $4/1 15ct+ (3/6)

DreamWorks $.50/1 cereal (3/21)

Eucerin $2/1 body lotion, crème or baby product 2-16.9oz ets (3/5)

General Mills $.50/1 disney frozen or teenage mutant ninja turtles oat crisps (4/2)

Glade $1.50/2 products excluding plugins scented oil warmer, solid air freshener and 8oz room spray (3/20)

Glade $1/1 plugins scented oil twin or triple refill (3/20)

Glade $1/2 3.4oz small jar candles (3/20)

Glade $1/2 automatic spray refills (3/20)

Glade $1/2 wax melts 6ct refills excludes warmer (3/20)

Glade $3/1 automatic spray starter kit (3/20)

Glade $3/1 wax melts warmer (3/20)

Glade $4/2 9.2oz large jar candles (3/20)

Halls $1/2 drops single bags 17ct+ (3/19)

Hormel $1/2 compleats microwave meals (4/4)

Huggies $1.50/1 diapers jumbo pack+ (3/5)

Huggies $2/1 little snugglers or little movers diapers jumbo pack+ (3/5)

Huggies $2/1 overnites diapers jump pack+ (3/5)

Kerasal $3.50/1 10ml nail fungal renewal treatment tube (3/31)

Kleenex $.50/3 facial tissue 50ct+ boxes or any 1 bundle pack ets (3/19)

K-Y $2/1 product (4/1)

K-Y $5/1 yours+mine, touch or love (4/1)

L’Oreal $2/1 excellence age perfect haircolor product excludes crème (3/5)

Listerine $1/1 adult mouthwash 1L+ or any healthy white 16oz+ product (4/3)

Maxwell House $1/1 coffee product (3/20)

MegaRed $1/1 product (5/7)

MiraLAX $1/1 10ct or 14 dose+ (3/15)

MiraLAX $3/1 30 dose+ (3/15)

Nivea $2/1 body lotion or crème product 2.6-21oz ets and gift sets (3/5)

Nivea $3/2 lip care products .17oz stick or .59oz tine (2/20)

Nivea $3/2 regular or for men body wash 16.9-25.4oz (2/20)

Nivea Men $2/1 crème, face care or aftershave 1.7-5.3oz or any 2 shaving gel or foam products 3.5-8.7oz (3/5)

Nutella $1.50/1 13oz+ jar (4/3)

Oreo $.75/2 10.1oz+ bags (3/26)

Oroweat $.55/1 sandwich thins rolls products dnd (5/31)

Oroweat $.55/1 sliced bread product dnd (5/7)

Phazyme $2/1 180mg anti-gas softgels dnd (3/31)

Phazyme $2/1 180mg or 250mg anti-gas softgels dnd (5/31)

Phazyme $2/1 250mg anti-gas softgels dnd (3/31)

Phillips’ $2/1 product excludes milk of magnesia 4oz & 8oz, stool softener 30ct and caplets 24ct (3/15)

Pillsbury $1/3 crescent dinner rolls or cinnamon rolls (4/30)

Playtex $3/1 sport pads, liners or combo packs excludes 20ct liners (3/5)

Poise $2/1 impressa bladder supports sizing kit or size 1, 2 or 3 6ct+ (3/19)

Schick $2/1 intuition or Quattro for women razor or refill excludes disposables and men’s (3/6)

Schick $2/1 quattro disposable razor pack (3/6)

Schick $2/1 quattro for men razor or refill excludes disposables and women’s (3/6)

Scott $1/1 tube free toilet tissue 9pk+ (3/7)

SeaPak $1/1 8oz+ product (4/30)

Spam $1/1 snacks product (4/4)

Spam $1/2 12oz products (4/4)

Tai Pei $1.50/1 appetizer 16-46.5oz (3/31)

Tai Pei $1/1 single serve entrée up to $14.2oz (3/31)

Tres Hermanas $1/1 mexican cooking sauce or spirited pepper products (4/30)



All $1/1 powercore product ets (3/20)

All $1/1 product ets (3/20)

Beech-Nut $1/5 4-4.25oz jars (3/19)

Beech-Nut B3G1 free classics 4oz jars up to $.75 (3/19)

Clairol $2/1 natural instincts crema keratina haircolor ets (3/5)

Clairol/Vidal Sassoon $2/1 clairol age defy haircolor or vidal sassoon pro-series hair color ets (3/5)

Dove $1.50/1 advanced care or clinical protection antiperspirant deodorant product ets (3/6)

Excedrin $2.50/1 200ct product (4/16)

Excedrin $2/1 20ct+ product (2/20)

Gillette $2/1 male disposable razor 2ct+ excludes sensor2 2ct (3/5)

Got2b $2/1 styling product ets (2/27)

Nature’s Truth $1/1 aromatherapy products (4/7)

Nature’s Truth $2/1 vitamin or supplement products (4/7)

Osteo Bi-Flex $3/1 product (4/8)

Quilted Northern $.25/1 ultra plush bath tissue 4 double roll+ (3/7)

Quilted Northern $.55/1 ultra soft & strong bath tissue 4 double roll+ (3/7)

Right Guard $1/1 antiperspirant deodorant product excludes sport (3/7)

Right Guard $1/1 body wash product (3/7)

Sally Hansen $1/1 miracle gel color, top coat or value pack $7.97+ (3/7)

Sally Hansen $1/1 nail care (3/31)

Sheba B5G5 free regular or perfect portions cans of equal or lesser value up to $4.45 (3/19)

Snuggle $.50/1 product ets (3/20)

TruMoo $.55/1 gallon or 2 half gallon flavored milks (3/31)

Venus/Daisy $2/1 venus disposable razor 2ct+ or daisy disposable razor 4ct+ (3/5)

Zing $1.50/1 stevia sweetener (4/16)


Thanks FazzledNFrugal!

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