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Sunday deals are up! (Jan. 1-7)

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With an infusion of new coupons in Sunday's newspaper, the deals are starting to crank back up this week. I especially like the FREE Nivea lip balm and Skinny Cow candy at CVS, the FREE Triaminic at Walgreens and the 8-cent Softsoap at Kroger. Best of all, however, is the milk for $2.79 a gallon at Walgreens, which doesn't require any coupon at all.

Read on for a store-by-store breakdown of the top deals I spotted:


Skinny Cow candy (6 count): BOGO
BOGO printable coupon

Spend $10 on select Nivea products, Get $5 in Extra Bucks
Nivea lip care: 2/$5
$3/2 (1/1 Red Plum)
= FREE, plus a $1 moneymaker after two coupons and Extra Bucks.

Oral-B battery toothbrush: $5.99
$2 Extra Bucks
$3/1 (1/1 P&G)
= 99 cents. Limit 2.

Oral-B floss: $2.99
$1 Extra Bucks
$1/1 (1/1 P&G)
= 99 cents. An OK price, if you need it. But you can usually get this cheaper or free.

Kellogg's Special K cereals/crackers/cracker chips: 3/$10
$4 Extra Bucks on 3
$1/3 (1/1 Red Plum)
= $1.66 each after Extra Bucks and coupon. A decent price if you like these.

Tide (19-32 loads): $5.94
$2/1 (1/1 P&G)
= $3.94. An OK price if you are brand loyal. But Kroger has a far better deal.

Blue Diamond almonds (6 oz.): BOGO
$1/2 (10/16 Smart Source)
.60/2 (11/20 Smart Source)

Nature's Bounty and Sundown Naturals products: BOGO
various coupons from 1/1 Red Plum

There's also a new promotion similar to the gift card promotion that ran through much of the holiday season. Buy $30 in select products and receive a $10 "CVSCash Card." Not sure if this will simply be a CVS gift card or a voucher with an expiration date. The circular is not clear. Limit 5 deals.

Some of the participating products with their corresponding coupons:

Charmin toilet paper (9-12 packs): $5.49
.25/1 (1/1 P&G)

Pantene products: 3/$9.99
$3/2 (1/1 P&G)

Cover Girl products: Buy 1, Get 1 50% off
$1/1 (12/11 Smart Source)
$1/1 or $2.50/2 (1/1 P&G)

Duracell batteries (select sizes and varieties): $5.99
.75/1 (1/1 P&G)
$1.50/1 (12/11 Red Plum)

= as low as $4.49.

You may also qualify for a $10 CVSCash Card when you spend $30 in participating CVS-brand products. See page 3 of the circular.

Deals without coupons:

CVS vitamins, minerals and herbals: BOGO. Limit 6.

Xtra laundry detergent (28 loads): $1.99.

CVS pain relief: BOGO.

At Rite Aid:

Oral-B power toothbrush: $5.99
$2.99 Single-check rebate
$3/1 (1/1 P&G)
= FREE! Limit 1.

Carefree Pantiliners: 2/$2
$1 +UP Reward on 2
= 50 cents each. Limit 4 deals.

Dawn dish liquid (9 oz.): 99 cents
.25/1 (1/1 P&G)
= 74 cents.

Pantene products: 2/$7
$2 +UP Rewards on 2
$3/2 (1/1 P&G)
= $1 each. Limit 2 deals.

Nivea lip products: 2/$5
$3/2 (1/1 Red Plum)
= $1 each. CVS has these FREE.

Playtex tampons (18-20 count): $3.99
$1 +UP Reward
$1/1 (11/20 Smart Source or 1/1 Smart Source 2)
= $1.99. Limit 4 deals.

Blue Diamond almonds (6 oz.): BOGO
$1/2 (10/16 Smart Source)
.60/2 (11/20 Smart Source)

Buy $30 in Gillette products, Get $10 +UP Rewards Limit 2 deals.
various Gillette coupons (1/1 P&G)

Nature Made vitamins and supplements: BOGO
various coupons (1/1 Red Plum)

Aquafresh toothpaste (4.6-6.4 oz.): BOGO
$1/1 or .75/1 (1/1 Red Plum)

There's a new January promotion: Spend $100 or more on select products, Get a $20 +UP Reward. Deal runs through Jan. 28. +UP Reward expires Feb. 11. Details on page 7 of the circular.

At Walgreens:

Triaminic Cold, Cough, Fever or Allergy Relief: 2/$10
$5 Register Rewards on 2
$3/1 Fever Reducer (12/4 Smart Source)
$3/2 any (12/4 Smart Source)

= FREE, plus a $1 moneymaker after rewards and two $3/1 coupons.

Muscletech Smart Protein Bar (2.2 oz.): $1.99
$1.99 Register Rewards

Lichi Super Probiotic: $9.99
$9.99 Register Rewards
= Free.

NutraLife SAMe Mood, Joint and Liver Health: $10
$10 Register Rewards
= Free.

Hunt's tomato sauce (8 oz.): 39 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 3.

Morton salt or Nice! baking soda: 59 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 4.

Softsoap hand soap (7.5 oz.): 99 cents with in-ad coupon
.40/1 (1/1 Smart Source 2)
= 59 cents. Limit 3. Kroger has the far better deal.

Dawn dish liquid (9 oz.): 99 cents
.25/1 (1/1 P&G)
= 74 cents. Limit 3.

Herbal Essences or Aussie hair care products: $2.99
$1 Register Rewards
$1/1 (1/1 P&G)
= 99 cents. A very nice deal.

Eos Lip Balm: $2.99
$2 Register Rewards
= 99 cents.

7UP, A&W, Sunkist, Canada Dry or Hawaiian Punch 2 liters: $1 with in-ad coupon. Limit 3.

General Mills cereals or bars (select varieties): 4/$10
$3 Register Rewards on 4
$1/2 (12/11 Smart Source)
= $1.25 each after two coupons and rewards. I generally don't like to pay more than $1 for a box of cereal but a decent price, especially if you have rewards to spend.

Playtex tampons (18-20 count): 2/$8
$2 Register Reward on 2
$1/1 (11/20 Smart Source or 1/1 Smart Source 2)
= $2 each after rewards and 2 coupons.

All laundry detergent (28-40 load): $3.99
$1/1 (12/4 or 1/1 Red Plum)
= $2.99. A decent price if you're brand loyal.

Tide (18-32 loads): $5.99
$2/1 (1/1 P&G)
= $3.99. An OK price if you are brand loyal. But Kroger has a far better deal.

Deals without coupons:

Milk: $2.79 per gallon. Limit 2! A fantastic price! Any time you can pay under $3 for milk, you're getting a great deal.

Maxwell House coffee (11-11.5 oz.): $2.99.

Mead Five Star portfolios, binders and notebooks: BOGO.

Pilot pens: BOGO.

Walgreens batteries: BOGO.

Walgreens pain relievers: BOGO.

Foster Grant reading glasses: BOGO.

At Kroger:

Softsoap hand soap (7.5 oz.): 88 cents
.40/1 (1/1 Smart Source 2)
= 8 cents! Stock-up time!

Bar S Franks: $1
.50/2 printable coupon
= 50 cents each.

Lean Cuisine entrees (select varieties): $2
$1/5 (1/1 Smart Source 2)
Free Skinny Cow candy coupon (on candy display) when you buy five Lean Cuisine
= $1.80 each, plus a box of Skinny Cow candy wyb 5. Target has the far better deal.

Buy 4 Kellogg's, Keebler or Kashi items, Get $3 instantly off your order
$1/3 Kellogg's (1/1 Red Plum)
$1/2 Keebler Right Bites (1/1 Red Plum)
$1/1 Kashi Go Lean printable coupon
$1/1 Kashi Go Lean Crisp printable coupon

= as low as $1.24 each if you have four $1 Kashi coupons.

Silk Soymilk (half gallon): $2.99
.75/1 printable coupon
= $2.24.

Buy 4 participating P&G products, Get $4 instantly off your order
Here are a few participating products and their corresponding coupons:

Old Spice deodorant: 99 cents after discount
$1/2 (1/1 P&G)
= 49 cents each! A very good price on these.

Duracell batteries: $2.99 after discount
$1.50/1 (12/11 Red Plum)
= $1.49.

Crest toothpaste (5.8-6.2 oz.): $1.67 after discount
.50/1 (1/1 P&G)
= 67 cents.

Tide laundry detergent (20-32 loads): $4.99 after discount
$2/1 (1/1 P&G)
= $2.99. A good price if you're brand loyal.

Deals without coupons:

Bartlett and Anjou pears: 99 cents per pound.

Braeburn, Cameo and Jonagold apples: 99 cents per pound.

Cherries: $2.99 per pound.

Avocados: $1.

Roma tomatoes: 88 cents per pound. A terrific deal.

Tyson split chicken breasts: 99 cents per pound.

Sunbeam Giant Sandwich Bread (24 oz.): BOGO for $1.45 each.

Kroger yogurt (6-8 oz.): 40 cents each.

At Target:

Softsoap hand soap (5.5-7.5 oz.): $1
.40/1 (1/1 Smart Source 2)
= 60 cents. Kroger has a far better deal.

Lean Cuisine entrees: $2 each
$1/5 (1/1 Smart Source 2)
Buy 10, Get a $5 Target gift card
= $1.30 each after two coupons and gift card.

Gillette Venus Embrace and Fusion razors/cartridges: $8
Buy 2, Get a $5 Target gift card
various coupons (1/1 P&G)


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this Sundays coupons

I was so happy to hear that there would be 4 coupon books in the paper that I ran out and got 3 copies! Unfortunately when I opened them up, I was a little disappointed. Most of the coupons were for makeup, cleaning products and medications. Where were the ones for food? My mother and I felt the same way! It makes me wonder are companies getting "too cheap" or are they putting more coupons on the internet?


Can you tell me the policies on BOGO?  Which stores do you have to actually buy both products?  I know you don't at HT, but I bought some toothpaste at Rite Aid today and it was over $4!  I had to go back in to return it because I didn't realize I didn't get it for half price.  Maybe I just picked up the wrong size or something.

Good question! At the

Good question! At the drugstores you must buy both products to get the BOGO deal. Only the grocery stores will allow you to get one item in a BOGO deal for half price.

So glad you spotted your mistake and returned the product!

Super Doubles at HT

Just saw on Facebook that Harris Teeter will be doing the Super Doubles this week!

Soft soap

I am not sure about the soft soap deal. The Kroger ad says the 7.5oz size is $.88 and the coupons says 8oz or larger. Did you get a different coupon?

I believe you are

I believe you are right...unless Kroger has a variety of sizes included in the sale. Thanks for your eagle eyes! This couponing business is definitely a team sport...

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