Sunday Coupon Preview February 17, 2013
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Sunday Coupon Preview February 17, 2013

Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2013 at 9:08 am
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Red Plum 2/17

Allegra $10/1 70ct or 2 30ct excludes D (2/23)
Allegra $2/1 Children’s (3/16)
Allegra $3/1 24hr 5 or 15ct, 12hr 12ct or any D Allergy & Congestion excludes 2ct (3/16)
Cheer $2/1 detergent (3/31) ETS
Covergirl $2/1 lip product excluding Outlast and trial (3/31)
DermaSilk $5/1 full size product (3/9)
Dial $1/1 12oz+ lotion product (3/10)
Ester-C $2/1 To Go (4/2)
Ester-C $3/1 tablet (4/2)
Gain/Era $.40/1 Gain detergent or fabric enhancer or Era detergent (3/31) ETS
Gain/Era $2/2 Gain detergent or fabric enhancer or Era detergent (3/31) ETS
Gillette $.75/1 shave prep (3/31) ETS
Gillette $2/1 disposable razor (3/31) ETS
Gillette $3/1 Fusion ProGlide razor (3/31) ETS
Gillette $4/1 8ct+ cartridge (3/31) ETS
Head & Shoulders $1/2 products excluding 1.7oz and trial (3/31)
Iams $1/1 biscuit or shakeable treat (3/31) ETS
Iams $1/1 dry dog or cat food (3/31)
Iams $1/3 canned dog or cat food (3/31)
L’Oreal $.75/1 Kids product (4/13) 
L’Oreal $.75/1 Studio Line styling product (4/13)
L’Oreal $1/1 Advanced Haircare shampoo or conditioner (4/13)
L’Oreal $1/1 Paris skincare item (4/13) ETS
L’Oreal $2/1 Advanced Haircare treatment (4/13)
L’Oreal $2/1 Age Perfect product (4/13) ETS
L’Oreal $2/1 Paris cosmetic face product excludes Magic Perfecting Base .17oz (4/13)
L’Oreal $2/1 Paris haircolor product (4/13)
L’Oreal $3/1 Revitalift CR10, Triple Power or Miracle Blur (4/13) ETS
L’Oreal $3/1 Visible Lift Repair Absolute Foundation (4/13)
L’Oreal $5/2 Paris haircolor products (4/13)
Mars $1/2 Easter products; M&M’s 2oz+, M&M’s Minis 2oz+, Minis Mix variety bags 10.5oz+, 3 Musketeers Minis, Twix Minis, Snickers Minis, Snickers Peanut Butter Squared Minis, Milky Way Minis, Snickers Bunny, Snickers Peanut Butter Bunny, Dove Chocolate Silky Smooth Eggs & Bunnies 4.5oz+, Snickers Eggs 6pk, Twix Eggs 6pk or Milky Way Simply Caramel Bunnies 6pk (3/31) DND
Neilmed $5/1 Nasaflo Neti Pot (3/31)
Neilmed/ClearCanal $5/1 item (3/31)
Nestle $.50/1 Nesquick powder or syrup (4/14)
Old Spice Buy anti-perspirant/deodorant, get $2 off body spray (3/31) ETS
Renuzit $.50/1 Tempting Indulgences adjustable air freshener (3/3)
Renuzit $.55/3 adjustable air fresheners (3/3)
Secret Buy 2 Clinical, get 1 body spray free excludes .5oz and trial up to $5.99 (3/31)
Smuckers $.55/1 sugar free jam, jelly, preserves or fruit spread (3/10)
Sunlight $1/1 dish detergent (3/31)
Superpretzel $1/2 products (3/24)
Venus $3/1 razor excludes disposables and trial (3/31)
Venus/Satin Care Buy Venus refill, get Satin Care shave gel free up to $4.99 (3/31) ETS
Windex $1/1 touch-up cleaner product (3/30)

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