Saturday, September 26, 2009

9/27 Coupon Highlights

There are some pretty good coupons in this week's paper! Here are the ones that I think are most likely to be useful:

Carnation Evaporated Milk, $.50/2 - Over the next few months, we should see several deals on baking supplies like evaporated milk. I know last year, these were free after coupon during one of Kroger's mega events.

Celestial Seasonings Tea Bags, $1/1 - I used these coupons to get free tea at Walgreens last year; they could come in handy again.

Colgate 360 Toothbrush, $1/1
Colgate Total Enamel Strength or Advanced Toothpaste, $1/1
Walgreens and CVS both have frequent deals on Colgate products, so these could make for free or at-profit toothbrushes or toothpaste.

Halls 20 ct. single bag, $.35/1
Halls Refresh Hard Candy, $.75/1
Halls Refresh Sugar Free are free after Register Rewards this week at Walgreens, so you'll come out ahead with these coupons.

Hershey's Special Dark bag or Extra Dark bar or bag, 3.5 oz.+, $1/1 - These coupons could get you free or cheap candy during either pre- or post-Halloween sales.

Schick Disposable Razors, $1/1 - CVS has Schick 2-ct. disposable razors in the travel section for $.99, so free after coupon

Lea & Perrins Thick Classic Worcestershire Sauce, $2/1 - If this goes on sale, these high-value coupons could make it cheap or free.

Crest Premium Paste 4.1 oz.+, $1/1 - CVS has quite a few ECB deals on Crest, so it could be free or better after coupon and ECB.

Oral-B Pulsar, CrossAction, Advantage Toothbrushes, $.75/1 - Advantage toothbrushes are free after Register Rewards this week at Walgreens, so you'll make a $.75 profit with these coupons.

Tide, $1/1 - If you're low on laundry detergent or are brand-loyal to Tide, this is a good week to use these coupons and get it at CVS. Otherwise, you can use these coupons to get travel-size detergent at stores like Target for free.

Vicks, $1/1 - Last year, I used these coupons to get free cough drops at Walgreens; the Vicks cough drops found near the front registers are priced at $.80-.90, so they were free after coupons.

If you want to see a full list of tomorrow's coupons, go here.

Note: Not all coupon inserts are created equal - there are regional differences in the selection and wording of some coupons. Typically the bigger cities' newspapers get the "best" coupons. I get the Chicago Tribune because the coupons are much, much better than the ones in our local paper. Also, if your paper publishes an early Sunday edition on Saturday, it will probably have the same coupons in it, and will be a little cheaper at most stores. Or, if you're really just interested in a few coupons, you might want to check out a coupon clipping service like The Coupon Clippers (see my post here or the link in my sidebar), where you can pick and choose your coupons and get multiples of the things you really want.

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