Friday, October 12, 2012

Sunday Coupon Insert Preview for 10/14

There are a few good coupons in the inserts this weekend.There should be (1) Smart Source, (1) Red Plum & (1) P&G insert insert this week.  Reminder coupon value does vary by region. You can always print additional coupons from or Red Plum, too. 

Or, check out Discounted Newspapers to see what the best deal for a weekly subscription (remember, you get the best coupons when you subscribe!).Remember that coupon selection and values vary according to region, so our paper might not include these exact coupons (though it’s a close estimate). In general, newspapers with larger circulation will have better coupons, but you’ll want to check the papers in your area to be sure. 


Regional coupon inserts & value differences are to be expected!
(/X) after coupon = expiration date
() before coupon = multiple of same coupon
ETS = excludes trial sizes
DND5 = coupon states Do Not Double, but barcode starts w/a 5

Smartsource CouponPreview
Bear Creek $1/1 pasta mix (4/14)
Beggin B1G1 free 6oz package up to $3.75 (1/14)
BIC B1G1 free disposable razor up to $7.49 (11/11)
Campbell’s $.50/2 100% natural soups (12/15)
Campbell’s $1/1 skillet sauces (12/31)
Colgate $.75/1 Optic White, Total Advanced or Sensitive Pro-Relief toothpaste 4oz+ (10/27)
Coricidin $1/1 HBP product (11/18)
Coricidin $3/1 HBP product (10/21)
Cottonelle $.40/2 toilet paper 4pks or $.40/1 toilet paper 9pk+ (11/18)
Cottonelle $1/1 12pk Comfort Care mega-roll bath tissue TARGET coupon (12/8)
Cream of Wheat $1/2 9.8oz+ products (1/13)
Gas-X $1/1 product (12/8)
Glade $1/1 PlugIns Scented Oil warmer or starter kit (11/24)
Glade $1/1 Scented Oil twin refill or 2 single refills (11/24)
Glade $1/2 Carpet & Room odor eliminator oar automatic spray refills (11/24)
Glade $2/1 Sense & Spray or Automatic Spray starter kit (11/24)
Hershey $1/1 Hershey’s assorted snack size bag 22oz+ (10/31)
Hershey $1/3 Reese’s, Hershey’s, Kit Kat, Twizzlers or Jolly Rancher snack size bags 8oz+ (10/31) 
IHOP At Home $1/1 frozen breakfast item (2/14)
Johnsonville $1/1 Italian sausage (12/31)
Keri $3/2 lotion products (1/31)
KMART $5/$25+ Fisher-Price toy purchase (10/27)
Kraft Philadelphia $.50/1 cream cheese spread (11/17)
Kraft Philadelphia $.50/1 Indulgence cream cheese spread (11/17)
Lysol $.50/1 disinfectant spray (11/6)
Lysol $.50/2 disinfecting wipes (11/6)
Lysol $.50/2 toilet bowl cleaners (11/6)
Lysol $1/1 No-Touch hand soap system starter kit (11/6)
Maruchan $.50/1 Yakisoba product (12/31)
Mitchum $1.50/2 products excluding trial and multipacks (11/18)
New York $.50/1 frozen bread product (12/15)
Orajel $2/1 single dose product (1/13)
Ore-Ida $1/2 frozen potato products 19oz+ (11/30)
Perform $2/1 pain relieving singles, gel, roll-on and spray (1/31)
Philips Sonicare $20/1 DiamondClean, FlexCare+ or FlexCare rechargeable toothbrush (11/30)
Philips Sonicare $4/1 handle or brush head (11/30)
Poise $1/1 body cooling towelettes, feminine wash or panty fresheners (11/24) ETS
Poise $2/1 personal lubricant or roll-on cooling gel (11/24) ETS
Prevacid 24HR $3/1 product (11/17)
Red Rose $1/2 tea products (11/30)
Revlon $1/1 color cosmetic (11/18)
 Revlon $1/2 haircolor products (11/18)
Scotch $2/1 Scotch or Scotch-Brite pet hair remover or sweeper refill (11/30) DND
Scotch $2/1 Scotch or Scotch-Brite pet hair remover or sweeper starter kit (11/30) DND
Trident $1/3 single packs (11/30)
Viva $.25/1+ paper towel big rolls (12/9)
VO5 $1/1 styling or hot oil treatment product (11/30)
VO5 $1/4 shampoos or conditioners (11/4)
Wonderful Pistachios $.50/1 5oz+ package (12/14)

Sunday coupon preview
Regional coupon inserts & value differences are to be expected!
(x) before coupon = multiple of same coupon
ETS = excludes trial sizes

RedPlum Coupon Preview
Abreva $3/1 tube or pump (12/31)
Advil $1/1 Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus (1/6)
Aquafresh $1/1 Extreme Clean 5.6oz+ (12/14)
Breathe Right $1.50/1 nasal strips product 10-12ct (12/31)
Breathe Right $2/1 nasal strips product 26ct+ (12/31)
Caltrate $1/1 product (12/16)
Centrum $2/1 regular, Silver or Flavor Boost multivitamin 60ct+ (11/10)
Centrum $2/1 Specialist vitamin (11/10)
Centrum $5/1 ProNutrients supplement (12/31)
Charmin $.50/1 9pk+ ultra strong or ultra soft Target Coupon(11/28)
Charmin/Puffs $1 off both Charmin 9pk+ AND Puffs 3pk+ TARGET coupon (11/28)
Fleischmann’s .75/1 Simply Homemade (12/22)
Garnier $2/1 Herbashine Color Creme (11/25)
Kellogg’s $1/3 Special K cereals 11.4oz+ (11/25)
L’Oreal Paris $1/1 cosmetic item TARGET coupon (12/9)
L’Oreal Paris $1/1 skincare item (12/9) ETS
L’Oreal Paris $3/2 skin care items TARGET coupon (12/9)
L’Oreal Paris $5/1 Youth Code skin care kit TARGET coupon (12/9)
Morton $1/2 System Saver II Pellets 40, 50 or 80lb bags or $1/3 System Saver II Pellets 25lb bags or $1/2 Rust Remover Pelletes 40 or 80lb bags (2/17)
Nestle $1/2 fun size Halloween candy bags 9.2oz+ (10/31) 
Newman’s Own $1/1 complete skillet meal (11/24)
Pedigree $1/2 Treats for Dogs (11/30)
Ricola $.75/1 sugar free menthol fresh (11/14)
Ricola $1/2 bags (11/14)
Sheba B3G1 free Premium Food for Cats up to $.58 (11/30)
Snuggle $.50/1 fabric softener liquid or dryer sheets (11/25)
Suave $.50/1 deoderant product (11/11) ETS
Suave $.50/1 Professionals styling product (11/11) ETS
Suave $.50/2 Professionals shampoo or conditioner products (11/11) ETS
Suave $.75/3 Naturals or Men body wash products (11/11) ETS
Suave $2/1 body lotion  product 18oz+ (11/11) ETS
Superpretzel $1/2 soft pretzel product (11/25)
Wisk $1/1 laundry detergent 45oz+ (11/25)
Wonka $1/2 fun size Halloween candy bags 9.47oz+ (10/31)

Sunday coupon preview
Regional coupon inserts & value differences are to be expected!
(x) before coupon = multiple of same coupon
ETS = excludes trial sizes

P & G Coupon Preview

Bounty $.25/1 towels or napkins
Cascade $.50/1 ActionPacs
Charmin $.25/1 product
Cheer $2/1 detergent
Clairol $1/1 Natural Instincts or Nice ‘N Easy product
Clairol $3/2 Natural Instincts or Nice ‘N Easy products
Covergirl Buy 1 LashBlast Mascara, get 1 1-kit Eye Enhancer eye shadow free up to $3.25
Febreze Gain $2/2 products
Gain $.25/1 dishwashing liquid
Gain $.40/1 detergent or fabric softener
Gain $1/2 detergent or fabric softener
Gillette $3/1 Mach3 razor
Mr. Clean with Gain Scent $.50/1 liquid or spray
Oral-B $1/1 adult battery toothbrush or 3D white action rechargeable toothbrush
Oral-B $10 mail-in rebate on Vitality, FlossAction, Dual Clean or ProWhite rechargeable electric toothbrush 10/14-11/30
Simply Olay $1/2
Vicks/Puffs Buy 1 Vicks product excluding trial, Vapodrops and ZzzQuil, get one Puffs free up to $1.89

Happy Shopping!

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Why You Don't Need a Flu Shot

The weather turns chilly… someone sniffles…Suddenly, everyone in America wants a flu shot. Clinics and companies alike (such as Walgreens) toss open their doors, offering discounted and sometimes free flu shots. Getting a flu shot, or so the logic goes, means staying healthy during the impending flu season.

But here is the catch that seems lost on many anxious Americans:

The CDC and the vaccine industry are lying to you.
"Our vaccines work so well that they offer almost total immunity from the flu," they claim. Yet somehow they also work so poorly that they "wear off" after a year and require you to be re-vaccinated annually. The lie that says you have be re-vaccinated each and every year, often with the exact same strains you were vaccinated with the previous year. The coming winter flu vaccines for 2012, for example, are being manufactured with the same strains as the 2011 flu vaccines.

There's something fishy about this. Because human antibodies last a lifetime, remember? That's why you don't get the chicken pox over and over again. The first time you got the chicken pox as a kid, your body created chicken pox antibodies and those antibodies last a lifetime. The vaccine industry tries to claim its vaccines work exactly the same way…They cause the body to produce antibodies against viral strains. But there's something you're not being told about vaccines: They don't produce the same quality and strength of antibodies that our bodies would produce from a natural infection. That's why the vaccines "wear off" and leave you with zero protection from the very strains they inoculate you against.
In other words, vaccines don't work as advertised. 

"This year's 
flu shot will be a duplicate of last year's because the same flu strains are still circulating," reports the Associated Press in an article about the CDC. "Government health officials are urging nearly everyone to get this fall's flu shot. They say a vaccine's protection can fade significantly after several months." 

You can immunize yourself against the winter flu
But here's the dirty little secret the CDC does not want you to know: 

If you…
Skip the vaccine
 Boost your vitamin D intake
Encounter the flu naturally
You will build natural antibodies to the flu.

The  best way to immunize yourself against any strain of the winter flu is to dose up on vitamin D, boost your nutritional intake (eat right), get healthy and go out into the world ~ stop worrying about exposing yourself to the flu! That isn't to say you shouldn't take precautions like washing your hands frequently, avoiding sick individuals, etc…but chances are you will pick it up somewhere, and if your immune system is functioning well with high levels of vitamin D, your body will build its own antibodies and you won't even know it!

Don’t fall for the hype, keep your money and take care of yourself!