Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Sept. 21, 2014
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Sunday Coupon Preview ~ Sept. 21, 2014

Posted on Thursday, September 18th, 2014 at 10:10 am
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Look for these coupons in this Sunday’s paper! Remember coupons can vary by region.

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$2/1 Alka-Seltzer product excludes 6ct (10/11)
$.50/1 Bertolli imported dessert (11/2)
$.50/1 Bertolli single-serve meal or torta (11/2)
$1/1 bodycology product 8oz+ (11/21)
$3/1 Clairol age defy (10/31) ETS
$2/1 Claritin 4oz grape syrup, 10ct reditabs or 10-30ct grape chewables (11/6) TARGET COUPON
$3/1 Claritin 4oz children’s grape syrup (9/28) TARGET COUPON
$4/1 Claritin 20ct+ children’s grape chewables (9/28) TARGET COUPON
$1/1 Clorox Clorox 2 product excluding pen (11/21)
$2/1 Colgate powered toothbrush (10/11)
$.50/1 Fiber One streusel bars (11/15)
$1/2 General Mills big g cereals (11/1)
$1/2 Glade fall collection products (11/1)
$2/3 Glade fall collection products (11/1)
$1/2 Golden Grain pasta products (11/20)
$1/2 Golden Grain pot-sized pasta (11/20)
$.75/1 Happy Egg Co dozen free range eggs (11/9)
$2/1 Hasbro connect4, sorry, trouble, clue or guess who game (10/18)
$3/1 Hasbro monopoly, operation, scrabble, taboo or trivial pursuit game (10/18)
$3/1 Hasbro twister, jenga, battleship, game of life or catch phrase game (10/18)
$5/1 Hasbro let’s imagine Elmo or big hugs Elmo (10/18)
$1/1 Irish Spring gear body wash excludes 2.5oz trial or gear bar soap 6pk+ (10/11)
$.75/1 Kozy Shack pudding (11/30)
$.50/1 Nature Valley breakfast biscuits (11/15)
$3/1 One A Day adult multivitamin (10/5)
$.30/2 Pillsbury refrigerated grands biscuits (12/13)
$10/$40+ Purina pet care purchase (11/1) TARGET COUPON
B1G1 free Purina waggin’ train 3oz package up to $4.99 (10/21)
$.50/1 Speed Stick lady 2.3oz+ antiperspirant/deodorant (10/11)
$.50/1 Speed Stick men’s 2.7oz+ antiperspirant/deodorant (10/11)
$1.50/1 Speed Stick gear antiperspirant/deodorant or body spray excludes 1.8 and .5oz (10/11)
$2/1 Theraflu product (11/1)
$4/1 Theraflu product (9/28)
$1.25/1 Tom’s of Maine deodorant or bar soap (10/30) ETS
$1.25/1 Tom’s of Maine toothpaste or mouthwash excludes trial and toothpaste under 4oz (10/30)
$1.50/1 Tom’s of Maine naturally dry antiperspirant (10/30) ETS
$1/1 Tom’s of Maine kids toothpaste or rinse excludes trial and toothpaste under 4oz (10/30)
$2/1 Triaminic product (11/1)
$4/1 Triaminic product (9/28)
$1/1 Tropicana farmstand 46oz bottle (11/30)
$2/1 TruBiotics probiotic supplement (11/16)
$2/1 Vidal Sassoon hairspray or styling aids (10/31) ETS
$2/1 Vidal Sassoon shampoo or conditioner excludes 12oz and trial (10/31)
$3/1 Vidal Sassoon hair color (10/31) ETS
$1/1 Viviscal gentle shampoo or moisturizing conditioner (11/21)
$2.50/1 Viviscal hair filler fibers (11/21)
$3/1 Viviscal hair and scalp serum (11/21)
$5/1 Viviscal extra strength tablets or man (11/21)
$1/1 Wet n Wild product (10/4)
$1/1 Woolite 50oz+ product (11/2)
$.50/8 Yogurt yogurt cups (11/15)
$.40/6 Yoplait yogurt cups (11/15)
$1/5 Yoplait greek or greek 100 yogurt (11/15)
$1/2 Ziploc bags (11/9)

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