Sunday Coupon Preview ~ January 17, 2016
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Sunday Coupon Preview ~ January 17, 2016

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

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Belvita $1/2 breakfast biscuits 8.8oz+ (3/5)

Blue Diamond $1/1 32oz+ shelf stable almond breeze (3/20)

Blue Diamond $1/1 64oz+ chilled almond breeze (3/20)

Cat’s Pride $1/1 fresh & light litter product (3/31)

Colgate $.50/1 adult or kids manual toothbrush excluding plus, extra clean or classic clean (2/6)

Colgate $.75/1 toothpaste 3oz+ (1/30)

Colgate $2/1 360 manual toothbrush twin pack or multipack only excluding free product packs (1/30)

Colgate $2/1 battery powered toothbrush or optic white toothbrush + whitening pen (2/6)

Colgate $2/1 mouthwash or mouth rinse 480ml+ (2/13)

Colgate $2/1 total, optic white, max fresh or sensitive twin packs only (1/30)

Don Francisco’s $1.50/1 10 or 12oz family reserve bag or single serve 12 or 18ct box (2/28)

Don Francisco’s $1/1 coffee can (2/28)

EAS $1.50/1 powder, shake or multipack bar (2/29)

Frigo $1/2 cheese heads snack cheese 8ct+ (2/28)

Gillette $2/1 men’s disposable razor 2ct+ excludes sensor2 ct (2/13)

Irish Spring $.50/1 multi-bar soap packs 6pk+ (2/6)

Irish Spring $1/1 body wash excludes 2.5oz trial (2/6)

John Frieda $1/1 hair care, hair color or root blur excludes clearance items and trial (2/13) TARGET COUPON

Keri $2/1 15oz+ product (3/31)

Nabisco $.75/2 cookie or cracker product 4.5oz+ (2/27)

Nature’s Harvest $.55/1 bread dnd (4/9)

OxiClean $2/1 hd liquid laundry detergent (2/20)

OxiClean $2/1 hd unit dose laundry detergent (2/20)

Palmolive $.25/1 dish liquid (2/6)

Palmolive $.50/1 dish liquid 25oz+ (2/6)

Planters $1/2 6oz+ products dnd (3/13)

Renew Life $3/1 product (3/31)

Slow Fe $2/1 30 or 60ct product (3/31)

Softsoap $1/1 body wash 12oz+ (2/6)

Softsoap $1/1 liquid hand soap premium pump 8-10oz or refill 28oz+ (2/6)

Speed Stick B1G1 free gear antiperspirant/deodorant or body spray up to $4.29 excluding 1.8 and .5oz (2/6)

Speed Stick B1G1 free lady antiperspirant/deodorant 2.3oz+ up to $2.99 (2/6)

Tree Top $.75/1 apple sauce pouches carton 4 or 12pk (2/27)

Tyson $2.50/2 any’tizers snacks or chicken strips (3/13)

Ultimate Flora $5/1 probiotic (3/31)

Uniball $1/1 2ct+ (3/13)

Venus/Daisy $2/1 disposable venus 2ct+ or daisy 4ct+ (2/13)

Wet n Wild $.50/1 product (1/30)

Wet n Wild $1/1 1 step wondergel nail color (1/30)

Wet n Wild $1/1 mac fanatic or max volume plus mascara (1/30)
Thanks Frazzled N Frugal


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