Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Oct 19, 2014
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Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Oct 19, 2014

Posted on Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 at 10:32 am
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Look for these coupons in this Sunday’s paper! Remember coupons can vary by region.

And don’t miss the hundreds of FREE Printable Coupons we have available right now!

 

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$0.50/2 Alberto V05 Shampoo, Conditioner or Body wash
$1/1 Alberto V05 Salon Series, Hot Oil product or Hairspray
$1/1 Barber Foods Product
$4/1 Benefiber 62 serving+ or stick packs
$2/1 BIC Disposable razor
$4/1 Claritin 30ct+
$5/1 Durex lubricant
$2/1 Florastor 20ct or kids 20ct
$4/1 Florastor 50ct
$1/1 Foster Farms Simply Seasoned Chicken Breasts
$1/1 Frito-Lay Ready To Go Snacks item
$1/1 Hartz Dog pad
$1/1 Hartz Multi-cat strong cat litter
$2/1 Hartz Ultraguard Plus or Pro Topical for dogs or cats
$1.50/3 Hershey’s, Reese’s, Kit Kat, York, Almond Joy, Mounds, Payday, Milk Duds or Whoppers Snack Size bags 9-22oz
$1/1 Hershey’s Assortment Snack Size bag 22oz+
$0.50/1 Huggies Baby Wipes 32ct+
$1.50/1 Huggies Diapers
$2/1 Huggies Little Snugglers, Little Movers or Overnites diapers
$1.50/2 Jack Link’s Minis snack bites, Crinkle Cut Pepperoni or Wild Side Sausages
$3/1 JointFlex Pain Reliever
$0.75/1 LA Looks 20 or 26oz gel or Red Carpet Collection
$0.50/1 Morton System Saver 2 or Rust Remover
$0.75/1 Mott’s Fruit Punch Rush, Wild Grape Surge or Strawberry Boom 64oz bottle or 8oz bottles 6pk
$0.30/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! biscuits
$0.50/2 Progresso [excluding pasta bowl]
$0.75/1 Progresso Chili Pouch
$1/1 Purpose Bar Soap
$2/1 Purpose Cleanser or Moisturizer
$1/1 Revlon Luxurious Colorsilk Buttercream
$1/2 Revlon Colorsilk, Luminista or Frost & Glow
$3/1 Similasan product
$0.55/1 Thomas English muffins
$1.50/3 Twizzlers or Jolly Rancher Snack size bags 9oz+
$3/1 Vanquish Pain relieving caplets

 

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