Sunday Coupon Preview November 3, 2013
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Sunday Coupon Preview November 3, 2013

Posted on Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 at 10:10 am
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Insert #1

Aveeno $1/1 product excludes cleansing bars, trial sizes and 2.5oz body lotion sizes (12/31)
Aveeno $2/2 products excludes cleansing bars, trial sizes and 2.5oz body lotion sizes (12/31)
Campbell’s $.40/4 condensed soups (1/15)
Carnation $.55/2 evaporated milk cans 12oz+ (12/31)
Del Monte $.50/4 canned vegetables (2/1)
Don Francisco’s $1.50/1 Family Reserve 12oz coffee bag (12/14)
Don Francisco’s $1/1 coffee can (12/14)
French’s $.50/1 6oz french fried onions (1/15)
GE $1/1 energy smart cfl, led, GE reveal, energy-efficient soft white or halogen lighting product (12/5)
Glade $.55/1 premium room spray 9.7oz (12/7)
Glade $1.50/2 Winter Collection products (12/7)
Glade $1/1 automatic spray refill (12/7)
Glade $1/1 PlugIns Scented Oil triple, twin or 2 single refills (12/7)
Glade $1/1 Sense & Spray product (12/7)
Glade $1/2 4oz jar or scented oil candles products (12/7)
Glade $1/2 Wax Melts excludes warmer (12/7)
Halls $1/2 single bags 17ct+ (12/15) 
Hormel $.55/2 chili products (12/30)
Hormel $2/1 party tray product (12/30)
Icaps $3/1 eye vitamin and mineral product (12/31)
Libby’s $.75/2 pumpkin cans 15oz+ (12/31)
Lubriderm $1.50/1 product 6floz+ (12/31)
MiraLAX $2/1 10 dose + (12/29)
MiraLAX $6/1 30 dose + (11/10)
Nature Made $1/1 VitaMelts product (12/3)
Nature Made $2/2 products (12/3)
Neutrogena $2/2 hair, hand, body or men’s products excludes trial size, clearance products and bar soap (12/3)
Oxytrol for Women $5/1 4 patches/16 day supply (1/4)
Pepperidge Farm $1/1 puff pastry sheets, cups, shells or turnovers (1/12)
Pom $.5-/1 pomegranate (12/31) DND
Pom $.50/1 juice (12/31) DND
Poms $.50/1 fresh pomegranate arils (12/31) DND
RoC $3/1 anti-aging product (12/31) ETS
Stopain $2/1 product (2/2)
Swanson $.40/5 broth cans (1/15)
Swedish Fish/Sour Patch Kids $1/2 bags 6.2oz+ (12/15)
Systane $1.50/1 product (12/31)
Triaminic $3/1 product (11/10)
Windex $.55/1 touch-up cleaner product (12/14)
Zephrex-D $2/1 product (1/31)

Insert #2

Carvel/Oreo $3/1 ice cream cake 46oz+ (1/31) DND
Cheerios $1/2 boxes (12/14)
Eggland’s Best $.50/1 eggs (2/3)
Eggland’s Best $.75/1 cage free dozen or organic dozen eggs (2/3)
Fisher $1/1 recipe nut item 10oz+ (12/29)
Hamburger Helper $.75/3 (12/28)
Jon Donaire $1/1 ice cream bupcakes (1/31) DND
K-Cup $1.75/1 12, 16 or 18ct box of K-Cup packs (12/31) DND
Little Debbie $.75/1 snacks box (12/31) DND
Little Remedies $1/1 product (2/28)
Maruchan $.50/1 bowl or yakisoba (12/31)
Mitchum $1/1 men or women excludes trial and multipacks (12/8)
Old El Paso $1/1 frozen entree (12/28)
Opa $1/1 product (3/31) DND
Pedia Care $1/1 product (2/28)
Pepsi $2/2 multi-pack plastic bottles or 8pk mini cans (12/31)
Pillsbury $.30/2 refrigerated Grands! biscuits (1/25)
Pillsbury $.40/2 sweet rolls or Grands! sweet rolls (1/25)
Pillsbury $.40/3 crescent dinner rolls excludes twin pack (1/25)
Pillsbury $.50/2 rolled refrigerated pie crusts (1/25)
PowerCrunch $.25/1 bar (12/31) DND
PowerCrunch B4G1 free up to $1.29 (12/31) DND
Purell $1/1 Advanced 8oz+ (12/29)
Purell $1/4 products (12/29)
Rug Doctor $1/1 24oz spot & stain remover trigger spray (12/31)
Rug Doctor $3/1 rental (12/31)
Solo $1/2 products (12/29)
Trix $.75/1 cereal box (12/14)
Voskos $.35/2 products (1/31)

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