Walgreens: Cottonelle Toilet Paper $3 a Pack


For those of you who have taken my coupon class you know- only Cottonelle Toilet paper is used in this house.

As a couponer I am not too brand loyal but this is one area where I generally don’t compromise.

Fortunately for me right now I (and you) can print a coupon for $1/1 Cottonelle Toilet Paper.

Usually it’s on sale at Walgreens once a month and that sale happens to be doing on now.  You can grab it for $3 a 12 pack!

Buy (1) Cottonelle Bath Tissue 12 Large Rolls $5
Use the $1/1 Cottonelle Bath Tissue
PLUS the $1/1 Cottonelle Bathroom Tissue In-Store coupon (it’s in those long skinny coupon books at the front of the store by the flyers)
Final Price: $3.00 for 12 pack!

 

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Sunday Coupon Preview 7/15/12


Thinking of grabbing an extra paper this weekend?

You should only find one insert inside- a Smart Source insert.

Remember coupons vary by area but that should give you a good idea of what you will find inside!

 

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Print Now: FREE Right Guard Deodorant At Walgreens Beginning 7/22


Print this coupon now for a great deal beginning 7/22 at Walgreens: $1/1 Right Guard Deodorant (I found it under zip code 23320 and personal care).

Right Guard Total Defense 5 Deodorant, $2.99
Receive $2 in Register Rewards
$1/1 Right Guard Deodorant printable
FREE after coupon and Register Rewards

This is a great deal for building your stock pile!

Thanks Cincinnati Cents!

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Yankee Candle: $10 off of $25


I love it when these coupons are for a dollar amount off- you can raid the clearance section!

Right now you can print a coupon for $10 off of $25 at Yankee Candle.

Bring on the yummy smells!

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$25 Million Coupon Fraud Ring Busted In Arizona


Yesterday as I was joking with a coupon class about going to jail for coupon fraud someone was.

“In Phoenix, AZ authorities took three women into custody, raided three homes and seized valuable property on Tuesday as part of what police are calling a ‘first of its kind’ case in the United States.”

Bottom line about 4 years ago some really high quality fraudulent coupons starting popping up all over the US.  We aren’t talking about black and white copies here- these were top notch.  And they were ripping off some big companies who weren’t going to have it.

So these companies began working with the Coupon Information Corporation and hired private investigators to try to find the source.

They figured out that the coupons seemed to be used most frequently in Arizona and eventually tracked them to a website that sold coupons online.  Slowly they put together a case and yesterday raided the homes where they suspected everything was being done.  They seized coupons, vehicles and guns.

The estimated value of the coupons- $25 million dollars.

Had the coupons reached stores the losses would have been in the hundreds of millions of dollars worth of merchandise.

PLEASE be careful if you choose to buy coupons online but I would encourage you to avoid it all the way around.  Take a second and really check out that coupon- if it’s too good to be true it probably is.

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Target: Philadelphia Cream Cheese Indulgence Spread $1.04


I haven’t tried this stuff yet but it looks good!

Right now you can print a coupon for $.75/1 Philadelphia Indulgence Spread.

I found it under zip code 23320 and foods.

I’m sorry- does that say Dark Chocolate Flavored?!  I am in!

Thanks Deal Seeking Mom!

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$1/1 Torani Coffee Syrup Printable Coupon


My parents use this in their house- they say it’s very good!

Right now you can print a coupon for $1/1 Torani Coffee Syrup.

I have seen these at almost every grocery store in the area.

The coupon says that it is available at Walmart so you can grab it there!

Make your own Starbucks at home much cheaper!

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