Sunday Coupon Preview ~ February 22, 2015
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Sunday Coupon Preview ~ February 22, 2015

Posted on Thursday, February 19th, 2015 at 9:47 am
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Air Wick $1.50/2 freshmatic ultra refills (3/22)
Air Wick $1/1 scented oil twin refill or 2 single refills (3/22)
Cadbury/Reese’s $1/3 eggs multipacks 4.8oz+ (3/21)
Campbell’s $1/1 organic soup (4/4)
Colace $1/1 regular or peri-colace product (8/22)
Colace $2/1 clear (8/22)
Colgate $.50/1 toothpaste 3oz+ (3/7)
Colgate $1/1 360 or slim soft manual toothbrush (3/14)
Colgate $2/1 optic white express white, optic white platinum or enamel health toothpaste 3oz+ (3/7)
Colgate $3/1 optic white toothbrush + whitening pen or sensitive toothbrush + sensitivity relief pen (3/21)
Corn Huskers $1/1 lotion ets (6/30)
Dannon $1/1 light & fit protein shake 4pk (4/22)
Dr. Scholl’s $5/1 custom fit orthotic inserts (3/22)
Energizer $1/1 ecoadvanced batteries aa/aaa 8pk+ (4/12)
Fiber One $.50/1 soft-baked or crunchy cookies 6ct+ (4/18)
Fiber One $.50/2 chewy bars, 90 calorie products, protein chewy bars, streusel bars or meal bar (4/18)
Fiji $.50/1 500ml+ bottle (4/22)
Food Should Taste Good $.75/1 4oz+ tortilla chips, kettle chips, brown ricecrackers or pita puffs (4/18)
General Mills $.50/2 3.7oz+ chex mix regular, muddy buddies, popped, xtreme or chips or bugles, gardetto’s snack mix or green giant veggie snacks (4/18)
General Mills $1/3 big g cereals (4/4)
Hershey’s $2/3 easter hershey’s kiss, reese’s, hershey’s miniatures, hershey’s eggs, cadbury, jolly rancher or woppers bags 8oz+ (3/21)
Irish Spring $2/1 signature for men bar soap or gear bar soap (3/14)
Irish Spring $2/1 signature for men body wash or gear body wash excludes 2.5oz (3/14)
Nature Valley $.75/1 nut crisp bars (4/18)
Nestle $1.25/1 coffee-mate 2go coffee creamer (4/30)
Pantene $1/1 expert collection product ets (3/31)
Pantene $1/2 products ets (3/31)
Pantene $2/1 styler or treatment product ets (3/31)
Rachael Ray Nutrish $2/1 dry cat food 3lb+ (4/19)
Rachael Ray Nutrish $4/1 wet cat variety pack or 12 single tubs (4/19)
Rachael Ray Nutrish B3G1 free wet food for cats up to $1.29 (4/19)
Schick $3/1 hydro 5 razor, refill or disposable pack (4/5)
Schick $3/1 hydro silk razor, refill or disposable (4/5)
Schick $3/1 xtreme3 razor (3/31)
Schick $4/1 hydro silk trimstyle razor (4/5)
Schick/Edge $1 off 1 hydro 5 refill and 1 hydro or edge shave gel excludes 2.75oz (4/5)
Schick/Edge $1/1 edge or schick hydro shave gel excludes 2.75oz (4/5)
Schick/Skintimate $6 off 1 hydro silk refill AND 1 skintimate shave gel or creme excludes 2.75oz (4/5)
Skintimate $1/1 shave gel or creme excludes 2.75oz (4/5)
Softsoap $.75/1 body wash 12oz+ (3/14)
Unilever Target Spend $20 on hair care products, get $5 Target gift card ets; tresemme, suave, nexxus, toni&guy, clear, dove, dove men+care or axe (3/7)
Xtra $1/1 144oz+ liquid detergent or 2 75oz or smaller liquid detergents, nice ‘n fluffy fabric softeners or sureshot laundry detergent paks (4/4)

 

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