It’s Always good to have options! For instance, today we have two new Always printables:
And, we also have Always options on Amazon with a $1.00 coupon there:
Always Maxi Long/Super Without Wings, Unscented Pads 22 Count, just $2.11 shipped with subscribe & save + the $1.00 coupon on the page. (You must be logged in to see and clip coupons, which are one per account. You can cancel a subscription or skip a shipment at any time with no penalty.)
Always Xtra Protection Regular Daily Liners Unscented 100 Count, $4.68 shipped with subscribe & save + the $1.00 coupon on the page.
Always Incredibly Thin Regular Daily Liners, wrapped, 120 Count (Pack of 2 — 240 total), $9.39 shipped with subscribe & save + the $1.00 coupon on the page.
Always Xtra Protection Long Daily Liners Unscented 108 Count, $5.62 shipped with subscribe & save + the $1.00 coupon on the page.
Schar! What is it GOOD for… gluten free eating (say it again!)Posted by rachel in coupons, gluten free
Um. $1.00/1 Schar gluten-free product. If you don’t see it, just change your ZIP to 77477 and reload the page to find it first and clipped for you.
Now, here’s where it gets interesting! Minute Maid in cans is a Coca-Cola product, and often is included in the Coke sales. You’ll have to check to see if it’s tagged at your individual store, but everyone has 12-packs on sale for Memorial Day this weekend, which could make for some very good deals. Please comment here if you find it included at your store. Here are a few prices where 12 packs of Coke are on sale — again, check to ensure Minute Maid is included:
- Dominick’s: 4/$10.00 Friday through Monday.
- Jewel: 4/$10.00 must buy four limit eight, starting Thursday.
- Ultra Foods: 4/$8.88 when you buy four with additional $10 purchase, limit 8, starting Thursday.
Last up in our
Thursday Wednesday Coupon Explosion: Coupons of General Mills — which we usually see at the first of the month, but I guess they’re messing with our minds! Makes no nevermind to us, though — tonight we’re going to print them like it’s 1999… um… June 1, that is.
Continuing our new coupons tour (it’s kind of like the first of the month already, how weird!)… with coupons that will be useful for drugstore deals — or HBA items.
$1.00/1 Right Guard body wash — looks like it’s going to be a Target coupon, hmm. (I’m not near my printer at the moment!)
$1.00/1 o.b. brand product — don’t see this one quite as often.
Here are a few new “Crunchy Friday” type coupons to start out your morning!
$.75/1 Food Should Taste Good chips. These go on sale at Whole Foods a lot.
$.75/1 Cascadian Farm cannot but be useful! Maybe Walgreens will have another crazy cereal sale, or use when the frozen veggies go on sale.
Yesterday I told you about this new $7.00/1 Zyrtec product (24 ct+). (There is also one in the 5/19 RP, so this is if you want extras without shelling out for more papers!) Here’s another option for using it:
- Starting Sunday 5/26, CVS will have the 25-30 ct Zyrtec on sale 2/$30.00.
- Use two $7.00/1 and pay $16.00 for two, or $8.00 each.
(Thanks, Wild for CVS)
Several new Glad coupons under ZIP 12345 today (look under “household” to find). $1.25/2 and $.50/1 Glad trash bags and $.50/1 Glad designer series medium rectangle containers. They say “redeemable at Walmart” but are manufacturer coupons.
Here’s a brand-new $1.00/1 Canyon Bakehouse gluten free baked item coupon! Not a lot of stores carry this — I looked it up and only Lemon Tree in my immediate area does. However, if you can find it in your area, it’s good stuff — I’ve tried the bread at a couple conferences.
Here’s a new $3.25/2 Banana Boat coupon. Over at Target this week, Banana Boat is $6.49, buy two, get a $5.00 Target gift card. So:
- Buy two kids sunscreen or sport spray for $12.98.
- Use a $2.00/2 Target printable = $10.98.
- Load 5% off at Cartwheel (one transaction, after Target coupons) = $10.43.
- Use $3.25/2 = $7.18.
- Get back a $5 gift card for a net cost of $2.18/2, or $1.09 each.
(There’s also $3.00/2 and $1.00/1 in the 5/19 RP.)