I think I am going to CVS and Walgreens this week, from what I remember reading on other blogs, but I have to look them over and see what I see and what coupons I have.
A full Walgreens listing is available at Pocket Your Dollars. General Mills and Cascadian Farms cereal 8.9 to 17 oz. for $1.99. There is $1 off 1 Cascadian Farms product coupon available on facebook for printing for some cheap cereal! Also when you buy 4 Cascadian Farms or General Mills cereal you get 2000 balance reward points or the equivalent of $2. Pocket Your Dollars lists the General Mills coupons, mainly the normal sites, pillsbury.com, bettycrocker.com, boxtopsforeducation.com and coupons.com. The first three are all linked though, so you can only print two of each of them. Should make for some cheap cereal. Walgreens also has 12 packs of Ten Soda for $2.99 and use $1 off 1 from their Walgreens coupon booklet for a 12 pack for $1.99. $.39 Nestle candy .77 to 2.1 oz., limit 4. (Makes a good filler.) Butterball Turkey Bacon 6 oz. for $1.29 and use $.55 off 1 from April 2013 or February 2013 All You Magazine. Planter’s Nut-rition Peanut Butter 12 oz. for $1.99 and use the $1 off 2 coupon from the 4/7 Smartsource insert. (Some areas received $1 off 1, but mine was $1 off 2. These are not normal peanut butter, as you can see on the Planter’s website.) Ajax dish liquid 14 oz. for $.89 with in ad coupon and Sunny Smile plates for $.99 with in ad coupon make some good fillers also. Right guard should be cheap with a bogo sale and coupon from the 4/7 redplum insert. Some cheap Progresso soup with a printable, shown on Pocket Your Dollars. There is also some neosporin and bandaid deals listed there. Looks like I will be buying some cereal and some 12 pk. soda. We do go through a lot more soda now that my husband and son both take a lunch to work/school.
The complete CVS listing is also available on Pocket Your Dollars. I will probably pick up a bottle of Xtra Liquid Laundry Detergent 30 loads For $1.99 minus the $1 off coupon the coupon machine is supposed to print, for a total of $.99. They have Ajax or Gain Dish liquid 9 to 14 oz. for $.88, limit 5. They have kellogg’s frosted mini-wheats, crispix or Crunchy nut cereal 10.8 to 18 oz. for $2. Also, there is some crunchy nut printables out from the Kellogg’s.com website, but most want you to buy fruit or milk with it. But there is a $.50 off 1 coupon. Oh and there is a $1 off 2 mini-wheats coupon on the kellogg’s site too. There is a free bag of Brookside Dark Chocolate trial size .8 oz. after $.67 in ECBs, limit 1. They have Stride 14 ct. gum for 2 for $2 and receive $1 back in ECBs when you buy 2 and there is a $1 off 2 coupon out from the 4/7 Smartsource insert. So free chewing gum after coupon and ECBs, limit 1. Mitchum deodorant is $1.99 and there is a $1 off 1 coupon from 3/17 Smartsource insert and from 4/7 Smartsource insert, so deodorant for $.99. Pepsi 2 liters for $.97, limit 5. (Hope they have some caffeine free this time!) Kleenex for $.99 that you can use a $2 off 3 CVS coupon on and get some cheap Kleenex. Campbell’s chicken noodle or tomato soup 10.75 oz. for $.69, limit 8. There is a $.40 off 4 coupon in the 2/10 Smartsource insert. According to PYD a decent Infusium deal if you have two of this past Sunday’s coupon inserts, which I do not. So for me it looks like some laundry detergent, Pepsi 2 liters, free bag of chocolate, free chewing gum and some cheap Kleenex and maybe some Crunchy Nut cereal.
Looks like a good week to me, and next week, I have seen previews of, and at least Walgreens looks interesting.