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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Hey folks!  Below is a round up of my favorite coupons from the week!  Don’t forget – a lot of these become extra valuable with the current Super Doubles week going on at Harris Teeter.  Also, it’s the last day to score some free Centrum chews at CVS!  Head on down today!

Grocery
.50/2
Campbell’s Chunky soup or chili or 100% Natural bowls printable
.75/1 Snikiddy Eat Your Vegetables, 4.5 oz (zip 33134) printable
$1.50 off Wholly salsa printable

Personal Care
$1 off
Reach Total Care floss printable
$5 off Rembrandt 2 hr kit or Intense Stain dissolving strips printable
$1.75 off Centrum Flavor Burst chews printable
$3 off
Burt’s Bees Intense Hydration face care printable

Baby & Household
$2 off
Huggies Little Movers slip-on diapers printable
$1 off
Command product printable
.50/1
Ruffies trash bags (zip 90210) printable

    • Wulffenstein

      Huggies Little Movers were at my Publix in Madison,
      AL on clearance – a big pack of size 3 (66 diapers) for 9.99.  If you could combine with the coupon, that’s an amazing deal!

    • JenneyG

      I wish the centrum deal was posted in a separate post. I have 4 of those $5 coupons from the machine but didn’t realize they were $6.99 each until now which is too late. I went back to the original post for cvs 9/9-9/15 and found it under additional deals which I don’t think was there originally…

      • CamiD

        It was posted on 9/10 under the heading Additional Deals: Glade, Biore, Gillette, Starbucks & More.  This post had additional deals for several stores including CVS and the Centrum deal.

    • Sherry

      Do you recommend a place to print multiple coupons besides these sites that require you to have the coupon printer installed on the computer? I print from work but I can not DL anything like that on my comp. Any suggestion is appreciated. 

      • Randy Steadman

        Most all sites require you to install the software. This is how they control the number of prints allowed on any given computer. I have 2 desktop computers and 1 laptop in my home so I can ideally print 6 of most any coupon. I find the investment of $250 for an additional computer has paid for itself. Better for me than the people that have like 8 newspaper subscriptions. I get a small percentage of my coupons from the newspaper. I run all 3 computers to 1 B&W laser printer that is very afforable to run.