Sunday Coupon Preview February 23, 2014
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Sunday Coupon Preview February 23, 2014

Posted on Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 at 9:41 am
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SmartSource 2/23

Blue Diamond $.55/1 32oz+ chilled or shelf stable almond breeze (3/31)
Blue Diamond $1/1 reduced sugar almond breeze (3/31)
Brookside $1/1 chocolate 7oz+ (4/20)
Chex Mix $.50/2 regular, muddy buddies or popped 4.5oz+ (4/19)
Clear Care $3/1 cleaning & disinfecting solution 12oz+ (4/20)
Colgate $.50/1 adult or kids manual toothbrush excluding plus, extra clean and classic (3/15)
Colgate $.50/1 toothpaste 3.5oz+ (3/8)
Colgate $3/1 optic white toothbrush + whitening pen (3/15)
Crystal Light $1/1 liquid drink mix (3/31)
Dannon $1/1 Danimals superstars 4pk (4/16)
Dole $1/1 59oz 100% juice product (4/20)
Edge $1/2 shave gels or creams excludes 2.75oz (4/6)
Energizer $.50/1 batteries or flashlight (4/26)
Energizer $1.50/1 ez turn & lock hearing aid batteries (4/26)
Energizer $1.50/1 ultimate lithium, advanced lithium, recharge, power plus or recharge universal batteries aa/aaa 4pk+ (4/26)
Excedrin $1.50/1 100ct+ product (5/5)
Excedrin $2/1 24ct+ product (3/2)
Gain/Cheer/Era $.50/1 gain, cheer or era detergents 25oz+ or gain fabric enhancer (3/31) ETS
Gain/Cheer/Era $1/2 gain, cheer or era detergents 25oz+ or gain fabric enhancer (3/31) ETS
Hartz $2/1 multi-cat litter (4/20)
Hershey Company $1/3 Cadbury or Reese’s eggs multipacks 4.8oz+ (4/5)
Hershey Company $2/3 Easter Hershey’s kisses, Reese’s, Hershey’s miniatures, Hershey’s eggs, Cadbury, Jolly rancher or Whoppers bags 8oz+ (4/5)
Honey Maid $.75/2 teddy grahams, grahamfuls filled crackers or graham crackers 7.04+ (4/11)
Huggies $.50/1 baby wipes 40ct+ (3/22)
Huggies $1.50/1 diapers (3/22)
Huggies $1.50/1 little snugglers, little movers or overnites diapers (3/22)
ICAPS $3/1 eye vitamin and mineral product (3/29)
Irish Spring $1/1 gear bar soap 6pk only (3/15)
Irish Spring $1/1 gear body wash (3/15) ETS
Johnsonville $1/1 meatballs or sausage slices (4/6)
Mucinex $2/1 product (3/31/14)
Mucinex $5/1 allergy product (4/6)
Nature Valley/Fiber One $.50/2 nature valley granola bars 5ct+, granola thins, soft-baked oatmeal squares, breakfast biscuits or Fiber One chewy bars or 90 calorie products (4/19)
Neutrogena $1/1 naturals acne product excluding trial and clearance (3/23)
Neutrogena $3/2 naturals products excluding trial, clearance, bar soap and lip balm (3/23)
Newtons $.75/1 cookies 8.75oz+ (4/18)
Purina Beneful B1G1 6oz+ free healthy smile dog snack up to $4.49 (4/23)
Reese’s $1/3 products (4/20)
Schick $1/2 hydro shave gels (4/6)
Schick $2/1 hydro refill (4/6)
Schick $4/1 hydro disposable razor (4/6)
Schick $4/1 hydro razor excludes disposables (4/6)
Schick $4/1 hydro silk disposable razor (4/6)
Schick $4/1 hydro silk razor excludes disposables (4/6)
Schick $6/1 hydro silk refill (4/6)
Scrubbing Bubbles $1/1 disinfectant bathroom cleaner (4/6)
Skintimate $1/2 shave gel or shave creme products excludes 2.75oz (4/6)
Softsoap $.35/1 7.5oz+ liquid hand soap pump (3/15)
Softsoap $1/1 8oz+ liquid hand soap pump (3/15)
Tide/Downy/Gain $.50/1 Tide pods, Gain flings, Downy unstopables or Gain fireworks (3/31) ETS
Tide/Downy/Gain $1.50/2 Tide pods, Gain flings, Downy unstopables or Gain fireworks (3/31) ETS
Ultimate Flora $3/1 probiotic (4/30)
Velveeta $.75/1 cheesy skillets (8/31)
Wonderful $.50/1 halos (3/30)
Yoplait $1/5 greek yogurt (4/19)

 

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