Sunday Coupon Preview Ocotber 20, 2013
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Sunday Coupon Preview Ocotber 20, 2013

Posted on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 at 9:35 am
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Smartsource 10/20

Aleve $1/1 20ct+ excludes D cold products (12/31)
Aleve $1/1 50ct+ (12/29) TARGET COUPON
Aleve $1/1 D product (12/31)
Alka-Seltzer $1/1 60ct+ (12/29) TAGRGET COUPON
Alka-Seltzer $1/1 product excludes Plus Cold (12/31)
Alka-Seltzer $2/1 Plus product 10ct+ (12/31)
Bausch+Lomb $3/1 Ocuvite product (12/31)
Bausch+Lomb $5/1 Ocuvite Eye+Multi product (12/31)
Bayer $1/1 100ct+ (12/29) TARGET COUPON
Bayer $1/1 aspirin 20ct+ (12/31)
Bayer Healthcare Products $5/3 Bayer Aspirin, Citracal, Phillips, Aleve, One A Day, TruBiotics, Flintstones, Alka-Seltzer or Alka-Seltzer Plus products 20ct+ excludes Aleve-D and Icy Hot products (10/27)
Betty Crocker $.25/1 macaroni and cheese (12/14)
Blink $1/1 Tears or GelTears (12/2)
Blue Diamond $1/1 64oz Almond Breeze iced coffee (11/30) DND 
Chattem Products $1/1 Icy Hot, Aspercreme, Capzasian, Sportscreme, Arthritis Hot or Flexall product (1/31)
Citracal $1/1 60ct+ (12/29) TARGET COUPON
Citracal $1/1 product (12/31)
Compete/Blink $1/1 Complete Blink-N-Clean lens drops or Blink contacts lubricant eye drops (12/2)
Complete $1/1 12oz+ solution (12/2)
El Monterey $1/1 taquitos and mini chimis (11/3)
El Monterey $1/2 supreme or all natural burritos and chimis (11/3)
Farm Rich $1/1 snack 18oz+ (12/15)
Finesse $1/1 (12/1)
Flintstones $1/1 60ct+ supplements or vitamins (12/29) TARGET COUPON
Flintstones $1/1 multivitamin or supplement (12/31)
French’s $1/1 Flavor Infuser marinade (2/28)
General Mills $1/3 Big G cereals (11/30)
Goodnites $2/1 bed mats jumbo pack+ (11/16)
Goodnites $2/1 underwear jumbo pack+ (11/16)
Hartz $3/1 multi-cat litter (1/11)
Hershey’s $1.50/3 Reese’s, Kit Kat, Hershey’s, Jolly Rancher or Twizzlers snack size bags 9-22oz (10/31)
Hershey’s $1/1 assortment snack size bag 22oz+ (10/31)
House Foods $1.50/2 organic tofu (1/31)
House Foods $1.50/2 shirataki or tofu shirataki (1/31)
House Foods $1/2 premium tofu (1/31)
Lee Kum Kee Buy 1 hoisin sauce, get $2 off 1 soy sauce (2/28)
One A Day $1/1 100ct+ (12/29) TARGET COUPON
One A Day/TruBiotics $1/1 One A Day multivitamin or TruBiotics supplement (12/15)
Phillips $1/1 product (12/31)
Pillsbury $.30/2 refrigerated Grands! biscuits (1/11)
Progresso $.25/1 Rich & Hearty soup (12/14)
Progresso $.50/2 soup cans (12/14)
Purina Beneful $1.50/1 Baked Delights dog snacks (1/20)
Purina Friskies $1/2 dry cat food (1/20)
RevitaLens $2/1 OcuTec 10oz (11/25)
RevitaLens $4/1 OcuTec 20oz (11/25)
Revlon $1/2 hair color products (11/24)
San Francisco Bay/Organic Coffee Company $1.50/1 Onecup pack 12ct+ (12/31)
Scotch-Brite $.75/2 stay clean, heavy duty, non-scratch, delicate care or greener clean scrub sponge multi-packs (11/30)
Seattle’s Best $1/1 12oz coffee bag (12/20)
Speed Stick $.50/1 regular or lady 2.3oz+ (11/9)
Triscuit $1/2 crackers 7.6oz+ (11/29) DND
TruBiotics $1/1 probiotic (12/29) TARGET COUPON
Urinozinc $2/1 prostate formula (4/30)
V8 $.50/1 V-Fusion Refreshers or any V-Fusion 46oz bottle (12/31)
Wonderful $.50/1 pistachios 4.5oz+ (12/20)

Little Tikes 10/20

$5/1 Little Tikes Red Cozy Coupe
$5/1 Lalaloopsy Workshop double pack
$3/1 Lalaloopsy Workshop single pack
$5/1 Lala-Oopsies
$5/1 Lalaloopsy Loopy Hair
$5/1 Little Tikes Lil’ Blabberz
$10/1 Little Tikes Giddy Up ‘N’ Go Pony
$3/1 Little Tikes Wiggimals
$8/1 Little Tikes I’m an Artist Station
$8/1 Little Tikes Activity Garden
$5/1 Bratz Action Heroez
$4/1 Bratz My Passion

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