Sunday Coupon Preview October 13, 2013
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Sunday Coupon Preview October 13, 2013

Posted on Thursday, October 10th, 2013 at 9:05 am
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Smartsource 10/13

Benefiber $1/1 product (12/31)
Blue Diamond $.55/1 chilled or shelf stable Almond Breeze almond milk (12/13)
Blue Diamond $.75/2 almonds 4oz+ bags (12/13)
Blue Diamond $.75/2 Nut Thins 4.25oz packages (12/13)
Campbell’s $.50/1 homestyle soup (12/8)
Clearasil $1/1 product (11/24)
Colgate $.50/1 toothpaste 4oz+ (10/26)
Colgate $1/1 mouthwash 8oz+ (11/9)
Cottonelle $.50/2 toilet paper 4pks or 1 9pk+ (11/16)
Cottonelle $1/1 upright dispenser (11/16)
Excedrin $1.50/1 100ct+ product (11/30)
Excedrin $1/1 24ct+ product (11/30)
Garnier Fructis $1.50/1 shampoo, conditioner or treatment (11/23) ETS
Gas-X $1.25/1 product (12/31)
Glade $1.50/2 Automatic Spray refills (11/2)
Glade $1/1 PlugIns Scented Oil twin refill or 2 single refills (11/2)
Glade $1/1 Sense & Spray product (11/2)
Glade $1/2 4oz jar candles, Scented Oil candles or Wax Melts products (11/2) 
Hormel $1/2 Rev wraps (12/9)
Kellogg’s $1/1 To Go breakfast shake or mix (1/31) TARGET COUPON
Keri $2/1 lotion (1/31)
Lavazza $2/1 product (12/31)
Lavazza $3/2 products (12/31)
Lysol $.50/1 disinfectant spray 12.5oz+ (11/12)
Lysol $.50/2 disinfecting wipes 35ct+ (11/12)
Lysol $.50/2 toilet bowl cleaners (11/12)
Lysol $2/1 No-Touch hand soap system starter kit (11/12)
Nudges $.75/1 bag (11/30)
Phillips Sonicare $15/1 Airfloss (11/30)
Phillips Sonicare $20/1 DiamondClean, FlexCare Platinum or FlexCare+ rechargeable toothbrush (11/30)
Phillips Sonicare $4/1 product excludes PowerUp models (11/30)
Pillsbury $.40/2 crescent dinner rolls excludes twin pack (1/4)
Pillsbury $.40/2 refrigerated breadsticks, loaves or dinner rolls (1/4)
Prevacid 24HR $2/1 product (12/31)
Prevacid 24HR/Gas-X/Benefiber $10/3 products (12/31)
Prevacid 24HR/Gas-X/Benefiber $5/2 products (12/31)
Progresso $.50/1 Recipe Starters cooking sauce (12/7)
Refresh $3/2 products (12/31)
Refresh $4/1 Optive Advanced product (11/15)
Revlon $1/1 color cosmetic (11/24)
Ricola $1.50/2 cough drop bags (11/13)
Scotch-Brite $1/1 lint roller (11/23)
Scott $.75/6+ towels rolls (11/24)
Scott $.75/8+ bath tissue rolls (11/24)
Scott Naturals $.50/1 flushable cleansing cloths (11/24)
Similac $5/2 22oz+ SimplePacs (12/31)
Smart Balance $1/2 buttery spreads (11/27)
Smart Balance $1/2 light buttery spreads (11/27)
Sunsweet $1/1 juice (12/31) DND
Tasteful Selections $.75/1 product (4/30)
Tombstone $1/3 large pizzas (10/31)
Tombstone $1/3 large pizzas (11/30)
Tree Top $.60/1 product (11/27)
Twizzlers/Jolly Rancher $1/2 snack size bags 9oz+ (10/31)
Tyson $.75/1 bagged breaded chicken strips (1/13)
Tyson $1/1 Any’tizers snacks excluding bone-in wings (1/13)
Viva $.50/1 on-the-go napkins (11/24)
Viva $1/1 6pk+ paper towels (11/24)
Wisk $1/1 45oz/24ct+ detergent product (11/24)
Yoplait $.75/2 Go-Gurt, Kids Cup or Trix multipack yogurt (12/7) (2 coupons)
Zest $.50/1 3-bar+ (11/30)
Zest $1/1 body wash (11/30)

Red Plum 10/13

Abreva $3/1 2g pump or tube (12/31)
Advil $1/1 children’s product (1/11)
Advil $1/1 Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus product (12/29)
Advil $1/1 PM product (12/12)
Advil $1/1 regular, film coated or migraine 20ct+ (12/12)
Advil $3/1 Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus product (10/27)
Aquafresh $.50/1 toothpaste 6oz+ (11/24)
Aquafresh $1/1 Extreme Clean, Advanced or Sensitive toothpaste 5.6oz+ (11/24)
Caltrate $2/1 product (12/15)
Caress $2/1 6 bar+ pack or body wash 12oz+ (11/10) ETS
Centrum $2/1 Flavor Burst multivitamin (11/30)
Centrum $3/1 regular or Silver multivitamin 65ct+ or Specialist (11/30)
Cheer $2/1 (11/30) ETS
Dimetapp $1/1 children’s product (11/10)
Dove $3/2 go sleeveless, go fresh or ClearTone or 1 Clinical Protection excludes trial size, multipacks and M+C (11/10) 
Era $.50/1 25oz+ (11/30) ETS
Gain $1/1 detergent or fabric enhancer (11/30) ETS
Gain $2/2 detergent or fabric enhancer (11/30) ETS
Garnier Nutrisse $2/1 haircolor box (12/7)
Gillette $1/1 female disposable (11/30) ETS
Gillette $1/1 male disposable (11/30) ETS
Gillette $3/2 female disposables (11/30) ETS
Gillette $3/2 male disposables (11/30) ETS
Morton $1/2 25, 40, 50 or 60lb System Saver 2 pellets (2/28)
Nestle/Wonka $1/2 halloween candy fun size bags 9.2oz+ (10/31)
Starkist $1/2 tuna creations pouch products (12/8)
Starkist $1/4 tuna pouch products (12/8)
Swiffer $1/1 Bissell Steamboost refill (11/30) ETS
Swiffer $5/1 Bissell Steamboost starter kit (10/27) ETS
ThermaCare $1/1 cold wrap 1ct or heatwrap 2ct+ (1/12)
ThermaCare $3/1 cold wrap 1ct (10/20)
Tide/Downy/Gain $.50/1 Tide PODS, Downy Unstopables or Gain Fireworks (11/30) ETS
Tide/Downy/Gain $1.50/2 Tide PODS, Downy Unstopables or Gain Fireworks (11/30) ETS
Tums $1/1 Chewy Delights Very Cherry or Smooth Peppermint 32ct (12/1)
Tums $1/1 Freshers Cool Mint or Spearmint 50ct (12/1)

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