If you are brand new to couponing and just visiting this blog you can start at the Coupons 101 - Overview to get a start on the how to's of couponing.

Always, feel free to contact me at thriftymomincolorado@gmail.com

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Free Shipping at Barnes & Noble

This weekend, through Sunday Barnes & Noble is offering free shipping an all orders of $10 or more of eligible products.

I was skimming the discounted children's books and found this book here...for only $4.48, what a great Easter Basket stuffer! Offer ends Sunday so make sure to order by then to take advantage of the free shipping offer.

Olay Body Wash Money Maker!

HURRY, do this soon as these items tend to go out of stock quickly!

No coupons needed and you don't even have to get up from your computer and go somewhere to do this, how awesome is that?

Go to Alice.com and sign up for an account. Alice.com is a website that your can shop through and they automatically apply any available coupons to your order, no clipping/filing/or searching for the ones you need! They also have free shipping on any order amount. If you are new to their website you don't need to do anything but order the 3 body washes I'm getting ready to tell you about. If you have ordered from them before, you need to have a minimum of 6 items for shipping.

On to the good stuff...
Search for "Olay Body Ribbons" and it should pull up 4 products all priced at $3.99.
Purchase any 3 of them and submit for the $15 Olay rebate here.
You will spend $11.97 but get a rebate back for $15!

Do this soon because I'm not sure how long the body wash will be available at Alice!

Once you receive your product, make sure to submit for the rebate before March 26th!

It really doesn't get much easier than this!!! I love FREE body wash, how about you?

(Thanks, TheThriftyMama!)

Free Pretzel - Today Only!

Today only, Saturday February 20th, Aunt Anne's is offering a free original or cinnamon sugar pretzel between 10 am and 3 pm. Limit one per person, no other purchase required.

For more information go here and to find your closest store go here. I really wish I lived close to an Aunt Anne's store! Enjoy if you decide to stop by to get one.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Free Subscription to Kiwi Magazine!

Go here to register and receive a free subscription to Kiwi Magazine when you sign up to be a part of Moms Meet.

(Thanks, Hip2Save!)

Do you shop online?

Do you know about the cash back sites that are available when you shop online?

There are several sites that are super easy to use and offer cash back when you purchase from any of the affiliated stores through them online. My favorite is Cashbaq.

When you are ready to make any purchase online, simply sign up for a Cashbaq account here first and receive a $5 credit just for signing up! Then search on their site for the store you want to purchase from. If the store participates in their cash back program, they will be listed with the percentage you receive in cash back next to the name. Simply select the store and the Cashbaq website will pull up any offers the store has. You can click on the link for any of these offers you wish to use or you can just click the link directly to the store. Then just shop as usual.

As long as you start your shopping trip at the Cashbaq website, your purchase will be automatically tracked and put into your account.

Once you accrue $10 or more in cash back from purchases, you will be eligible to get your money via check or paypal. This site is completely legitimate and I've never had a problem getting my money back through them.

Using a site like this is just another great way to save even more money while shopping online!

Aveeno $3/2 coupon

Do you love Aveeno products? Go here to print out a coupon for $3 off the purchase of 2 of their new Essential Moisture Shampoo.

Free Day at the Museum of Nature and Science

This Sunday, February 21st is a free day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Pack up the family and enjoy a great day at the museum. Go here for more information about the museum.

Just be aware that Imax and the Planetarium still charge regular fees during the museum free day events.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Campbell's Select Harvest Coupon = FREE Soup!

Go here to print a $1/1 Campbell's Select Harvest soup coupon. With the sale at Safeway this week, this equals FREE soup. Remember to use your back button and you can print 2 copies!

Burt's Bees Toothpaste Sample

Go here to request a free Burt's Bees natural toothpaste sample. I love Burt's Bees products so I am exciting to try this one out.

Panera Bread Company Coupon

Go here to make a date with your loved one (husband, wife, kids, whoever you love and want to meet) and Panera Bread Company will send you a buy one get one free "You Pick Two" combo coupon.

The only tricky part is that you have to pick a date and time when sending the invite and the coupon is only good the date you pick after 4 pm. Make sure to pick a date that works for both of you to take advantage of this offer. This offer is available through 2/28.

I personally love Panera and would eat there weekly if allowed. I cannot get enough of the Fuji Apple Chicken Salad or Turkey Artichoke Panini!

To buy or not to buy?

Coupons that is! The easiest way to get coupons is to get a subscription to the newspaper. It really only takes the effort to set up the delivery and then they show up at your door week after week without much effort on your part.

The question has been asked, "how do you get so many copies of coupons?" I get several copies of newspaper inserts every week - I have a subscription to the newspaper and both of my grandmothers happily supply me with their unused coupons and nice people my husband works with send them my way too. (Thanks to all of you!)

But when there is a deal that I really want to stock up on, like the Kraft Shredded Cheese at King Soopers a couple of weeks ago that ended up being about $1/bag or the Mission Tortillas for $.25 a bag, I actually purchase coupons.

"Purchase coupons!" you say. Yep, that is what I do. Coupons say on them that you cannot buy, sell or trade them but you can get around this by saying you are paying for the time and effort the person puts forth to clip, sort and mail them to you.

There are many sources to purchase coupons from, but my main source has been and probably will always be ebay. I've purchased through other coupon clipping sites and they have almost always been more expensive than purchasing from someone on ebay. Just make sure to check their feedback before sending money! Also, make sure to order them as early as possible to get them with enough time to receive them before your sale is over. It is no fun to get coupons a day after the sale you wanted to use them on just ended. I only purchase coupons for sale with the option to 'Buy it Now' instead of having to wait for the auction to end, to ensure I receive them as quickly as possible.

Another question I've been asked is "why spend money on coupons just to save some money?" I'll give you an example. I bought 20 $.75/1 Mission Tortilla coupons on ebay for $1.50 shipped. We eat tortillas all the time in our house and they freeze great, so I figured that since they are on sale right now for $1.25/pack and with my coupon doubled up to $1, my final cost per pack is $.25, now was an awesome time to stock up. I spent $1.50 for the coupons for the equivalent of $20 of savings, since each coupon will save me $1 each time I buy a pack. These tortillas are usually $2.25 each when not on sale, so I'd spend $45 buying 20 packs at regular price. If I buy 20 packs of tortillas using my coupons, I'll spend $5 on them. Factor in my coupon cost and I'll spend $6.50 for 20 packs of tortillas or $.33/pack with coupon costs figured in. Needless to say, I won't be needing to purchase any more tortillas for a really long time.

What do you think about buying coupons - good idea or a bad one?

Aeropostale - BOGO polos, 50% off jeans

Aeropostale has selected polos on sale buy one get one free right now. They also have select jeans on sale for 50%! Go here to check out the selection.

The Body Shop Deals!

The Body Shop currently has skin care starter sets for $12, regularly $25-35. Go here for the online selection. Rumor has it that this is also going on in stores.

Also, all skin care products are buy 2 get 1 free! Sounds like it is time to stock up!!

Safeway Weekly Deals - 2/17 - 2/23

Safeway has a bunch of in-ad coupons again this week! You must spend at least $10 to be able to use the in-ad coupons. Let me know if you find any great deals that I missed.

Saturday & Sunday Sale only:
Primo Taglio Pan Roasted Turkey $4.99/lb.
Navel Oranges 8 lb. bag $2.99
Nabisco Premium Saltine Crackers $1.29, Limit 4
Pasta or Rice A Roni $.75, you must buy 4 or more to get this price

Nature Valley Oat & Honey Granola Bars $1.50, Limit 6
Use $.40/1 Printable here or $.70/2 from the 2/7 GM
Cost = as low as $.70 each!

Other Weekly Deals:

Crest Toothpaste $.99
Use $.75/1 from the 2/7 PG
Cost = FREE!

Bertolli Pasta Sauce $1.99
Use $.75/1 from the 2/14 RP
Cost = $.99 each!

Progresso Soups $1

Use $1.10/3 Printable here, you must buy 3 to use this coupon or $.50/2 or $.50/1 from the 2/7 SS
Cost = as low as $.50 each!

Campbell's Select Harvest Soup $1
Use $.50/2 from the 2/7 SS
Cost = $.50 each!

Campbell's Condensed Soup $.50
Use $.40/2 from the 2/7 SS (if Healthy Request ones are included)
Cost =$.10 each!

Quaker Granola Bars $2.50
Use $.75/2 from the 2/14 RP, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $2 each when you buy 2

Kraft Singles $1.49 with in-ad coupon, Limit 2
Red Baron Singe Serve or Tony's Pizza $1.99 with in-ad coupon, Limit 2

Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs 3/$5 with in-ad coupon
Coca-Cola 6 pack 16.9 oz bottles 3/$7 with in-ad coupon

Powerade $.60 with in-ad coupon. Limit 10
Oroweat Oatnut, Buttermilk and 100% Whole Wheat Bread $1.99 with in-ad coupon
Lucerne Butter (1 lb) $1.99 with in-ad coupon. Limit 2

Sanderson Farms Whole Chicken - $.69/lb.
Boneless Beef Round Steak - $1.88/lb.

Fresh Whole Boneless Pork Loin - $1.99/lb.

Tilapia Fillets - $3.99/lb.

80% Lean Ground Beef - $1.99/lb.

Boneless Beef Top Sirloin - $4.99/lb.

SeaPak Seafood Selections $4.99 with in-ad coupon
Use in-ad coupon and $1/1 from the 2/7 SS
Cost = $3.99

Jennie-O Ground Turkey $4.99
Use $1/2 from the 1/3 SS, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $4.49 each when you buy 2

Organic Navel Oranges - $.99/lb.
Russet Potatoes - $.99/lb.
Red Seedless Grapes - $.99/lb.

Red, Yellow, Orange Bell Peppers - $.99 each

White Mushrooms (whole or sliced) 8 oz. - $.99 each
Red Delicious Apples - $.99/lb.
D'Anjou Pears - $.99/lb.

Minneola Tangelos - $.99/lb.

Green, Red or Romaine Lettuce - $.99 each

Eggplant - $.99 each

Buy $25 of participating P & G products in a single transaction, get a $10 catalina good toward your next purchase. This promotion is running through 3/2, so you've got time to come up with a good scenario. It is limited to one catalina per transaction.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Free 8 x 10" Canvas Photo - Just pay shipping!

Canvas People is offering up an 8 x 10" canvas photo, you just have to pay shipping and handling - which looks like it is $14.95. Go here to take advantage of this offer. Even with the high shipping, it is still a great deal since a comparable canvas print at Costco (which tends to be pretty competitive on photo processing) is $26.99 before shipping!

If you want a larger size, they have all sizes $55 off, just note that the shipping charges will increase with the larger ones too.

Now would be a great time to place an order of that family picture you love so much!

Hobby Lobby 40% Off Single Item Printable Coupon

If you shop at Hobby Lobby then make sure to go here to print out a 40% off coupon for one single regular priced item. This coupon is available almost every week on their website and does have a couple of exclusions, so make sure to read the fine print.

I print this coupon and put it in my purse anytime I head out to shop at Hobby Lobby, in case I find something that I love that is not on sale. What a great coupon for all you crafty people!

The Walgreens candy deal this week...

gets even better! Remember the buy $10 or participating Hershey's or Twizzlers products RR deal I posted about on the Walgreens weekly deals here?

While flipping through my coupon inserts I realized there is a $2/2 Hershey's coupon that is good for some of the Hershey's products included in this promotion in the 1/31 SS!

Buy 2 Hershey's products mentioned on the coupon (they must be the 19.75 oz. size!) = $8
Buy 2 Twizzlers = $3
Use 1 $2/2 from the 1/31 SS
Cost =$9, get $5 RR, like paying $4 for all 4 items after RR!

I know for sure that the Hershey's Miniatures, Reese's Miniature Peanut Butter Cups and Hershey's Kisses are all part of the RR deal and listed on the coupon. What a SWEET deal for the larger bags of these usually expensive candies!!!

King Soopers Weekly Deals - 2/17 - 2/23

The Daytona 500 buy 10 participating products, get $3 off of your order event continues this week. See deals I posted about last week that are still good this week here.

One other Daytona 500 deal worth mentioning:
Pillsbury Savorings $2.99
Use $1/2 Printable here, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $2.49 each or $2.19 each if you purchase in increments of 10!

Other Deals:
Dannon Yogurt $.50 each
Use $1/6 Printable for Dannon Light & Fit here or $.75/6 Printable for Dannon Light & Fit here, you must buy 6 to use these coupons
Cost = $ .33 each when you buy 6!

Thomas English Muffins BOGO - Save up to $3.89!
Oscar Mayer Lunchables - $1
4 x 6” Photos - $.10 each


Hormel Natural Choice Lunchmeats $3
Use $.55/1 from the 2/7 SS
Cost = $2 each!

StarKist Chunk Light Tuna Pouches $1
Use $1/2 from the 2/14 RP, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $.50 each

Atlantic Salmon - $4.99/lb.
Red Bird Chicken BOGO – Save up to $7.99/lb.

Kroger Value Fish Fillets - Salmon, Cod, Tilapia or Catfish - sold in 2.5 lb. bag - $3.99/lb.


Cuties 3 lb. Bag - $3.88

Use the $.55/1 from the 2/7 SS
Cost = $2.88 for 3 lbs!

Organic Fuji Apples - $.99/lb.
Organic Navel Oranges - $.99/lb.

Organic Red, Green or Romaine Lettuce - $1 each

Organic Mini Peeled Carrots BOGO – Save $2.19 on two

Red or Green Seedless Grapes - $1/lb.

Fresh Selections Salads BOGO - Save up to $3.49

Red Delicious Apples 5 lb. bag - $3.88 each

Anjou Pears - $1/lb.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Carter's 50% off select styles!

Carter's stores are having a 50% off selected styles sale right now in-store only! Pair that with the 20% off any $50 or more purchase through February 24th coupon here and you are looking at some potentially great deals!

You can also pick up diaper bags for $10 (a $32.99 value) with any $50 or more purchase while supplies last and can also score a $10 gift check for every $25 you spend. Go here for more details about these.

Go here to find your nearest store.

This would be a great time to stock up for any upcoming baby showers or birthdays.

Dairy Queen Blizzard Coupons

Sign up for the Dairy Queen Blizzard Fan Club here and receive 6 BOGO Blizzard coupons throughout the year. You may also receive other offers too. What a yummy treat!

(Thanks, SD!)

A couple of great printable coupons!

Go here to get a $2/1 Land O'Frost lunchmeat coupon and go here to get a $.95/1 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls coupon. These are both pretty high value coupons and should make for some good deals when paired with a sale.

(Thanks, Hip2Save!)

More FREE Right Guard at Safeway!

Here is another link to print out the Right Guard $2/2 coupons. This is a different link than I posted earlier, so even if you already printed those ones out you should be able to print this one too! Remember to use your back button or go back to the main page to print 2 copies!

Looking for some Wii deals?

Rumor has it that today Amazon is doing some lightning deals on Wii stuff all day today. Go to the page on Amazon here to view the current deal. Check back often because lightning deals on Amazon are only offered for a set amount of time or until the products sell out, which ever comes first. I'm not sure what Wii products they'll be offering up, but hopefully they will be something great!

I love shopping with Amazon, they have great customer service, fast shipping and I earn free Amazon gift cards to use toward my purchases by using Swagbucks for my internet searching. Not sure what Swagbucks is, go here for my earlier post about it to learn about it and get signed up. Get paid to do what you are already doing.

(Thanks, SD!)

Free Day at the Zoo today!

Bundle everyone up and head over to the Denver Zoo today for another free day - yeah! You might want to pack a thermos of hot chocolate because it looks like it is going to stay pretty chilly out today! This is the last zoo free day for a while, so enjoy.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Organic BabyLegs as low as $2.95/pair!

UPDATE: It looks like the prices went up to $3.50/pair, a bit more than originally but still a good deal on organic babylegs!

Can I just tell you how crazy I thought the idea of leg warmers for babies were when I first heard about them? I thought it was one of the silliest things I had heard of, until I used them on my kids. I put them under cute dresses and skirts when my daughter was learning to walk and crawl to protect her legs. I also layered them under other clothes to give the kids extra warmth, but still have access for easy diaper changes. I now am in love with them and have more than I will ever need!

Now to where you can get this great deal... Go here.

It is a small business that I have ordered products from several times and always been very happy with the products and services. She also sells Baltic Amber, which I used for helping to alleviate painful teething for my kiddos.

I am so tempted to buy a few more pairs, please let me show some self restraint!!

Shopping Ahead...Part 2 - After Holiday Shopping

Since today is the day after Valentine's Day, I thought it would be a good idea to do round 2 of the "shopping ahead" series that I promised.

A great way to save some money is to shop sales at stores right after the holiday has passed. I always try to shop for next years items during this time. Stores will start drastically discounting holiday merchandise to get rid of it and make room for the new stuff.

Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Michael's and many other stores do this frequently. It is best to get in as soon as you can after the holiday for best selection of items. Usually items are at about 50% off right after the holiday and go into deeper discounts further out, but the selection dwindles.

Stores not only mark decorations, candy and other items that are obviously holiday related, but they also sometimes have items like napkins and tissues that are not necessarily with the holiday stuff, but that have holiday themed prints on them too! If your store has a price scanner, use it - it will be your friend when trying to figure out what is on sale and what isn't.

Just an example of some after the holiday shopping I did last year. I was able to get a $280 pre-lit 8 ft. tall Christmas tree from Target after Christmas for 90% off, I spent $28 for a $280 tree! I also got my kids tons of Halloween costumes to use for dress up play after Halloween for 75 - 90% off. It truly pays to shop ahead during the after holiday clearance events.

If you score any great deals on Valentine's goodies, let us know what you got in the comment section!

Did you miss Part One of the Shopping Ahead series? If so, go here to catch up.

Walgreens - How to "roll" Register Rewards

I have been asked a few times how to "roll" the Register Rewards (RR)s at Walgreens. "Rolling" means using a RR you already have, to purchase a different product and receive another RR. There is one major trick to get this to work correctly and that is to not use the RR from the same manufacturer for the new product. The manufacturer of the product can be found right here on the RR...
(sorry for the bad picture it is the best I could get!)

It is the part that is circled in red in the middle of the coupon, below the Walgreens written in red and above the bar code (that I covered with the other piece of paper).

We already know not to use a RR from the exact item to purchase it again, or the RR won't print. But the tricky part is that some of these manufacturers sell multiple brands and if you use a RR that is from one product to purchase a different product that is sold by the same manufacturer, you may not get your RR.

Let me give you an example. Let's pretend Crest toothpaste is on sale for $3 and you get a $2 RR when you buy it and that Tide is on sale for $10 get a $5 RR. I purchase Crest, which is manufactured by Procter & Gamble (PG) and get the $2 RR. I then go and purchase Tide in another transaction, which is also manufactured by PG and use my $2 RR from the Crest deal, I will not receive the $5 Tide RR. This is because both products are PG products and the system will not generate a new RR when I purchase with the original PG RR.

It is always important to look at the manufacturer/retailer listed on the RR you want to use and make sure it doesn't match the manufacturer/retailer listed on the product you want to buy.

There are always exceptions to this rule, but I try to never use RRs from the same manufacturer when trying to "roll" them. It prevents confusion and frustration on my end.

Many cashiers will tell you that if you use a RR to purchase a product, a new RR won't print and this IS NOT the case! They just don't know the details of the system. Just make sure not to use RRs from the same manufacturer.

I am going to start giving scenarios/ideas on how to "roll" your RRs. Here is my first transaction...I had a $7 RR from the Zicam deal and an $8 RR from the Blink RR deal 2 weeks ago. When using RRs to pay, your total needs to be above the amount they are worth before tax. So when I was trying to decide what to do, because my old RRs were expiring today, I was looking for items that would produce more RRs so I can "roll" them again in the next few weeks.

I purchased:
2 Twizzlers = 2/$3, mmm I love licorice!
2 Hershey's Products = $2/8, chocolate is good too!
2 Crest Pro-Health Mouthwashes = 2/$7
2 Tuf Paper Towels $.50 each, used as fillers to get up to $15 total
Total before coupons = $19

I used:
2 $2/1 Crest Pro-Health Coupons
$7 RR from the Zicam
$8 RR from the Blink Tears
Total coupons used = $19

Total Spent = $1.12 out of pocket (OOP), all of which was tax!

I got all of the goodies listed above and received a $5 RR for purchasing $10 or more of Hershey's products (Twizzlers are included in this) and $2.50 RR for purchasing 2 Crest Pro-Health mouthwashes.

Sometimes when there are money makers on products (when there is a coupon paired with a RR usually) you can actually get product and leave with more in RRs that you walked in with!

Stay tuned as I'll continue posting how I am "rolling" my RRs!

If you have questions, feel free to shoot me an email at thriftymomincolorado@gmail.com or leave a comment and I'll reply back.

New to shopping at Walgreens? Go here and here for helpful information to get you started.

GAP 40% off everything in-store today only!

If you are one of the lucky people to be off of work today for President's Day then HURRY over to GAP today as they are marking the entire store 40% off, regular and sale priced items included! If you are one of the unlucky ones working today, you can still head over to the store before they close.

What a great deal! GAP cardholders get an additional 5% off too. If you want to call your local store, go here to find them. I called and confirmed that the store at FlatIron Crossing Mall is participating.

If you get some great buys, let me know!

(Thanks, SD!)

Staples - A couple of good deals this week!

Staples has a couple of good deals worth mentioning this week.

Sharp EL611PA Printing Calculator is on sale for $14.99 with an easy saver rebate of $14.99, making it free before taxes after rebate. Limit 2 rebates per household. Go here for the weekly ad and you can find it on page 7.

HP Everyday 8.5" x 11" photo paper is on sale for $9.99 with an easy save rebate of $8.99, making it $1 per pack before taxes after rebate. Limit 2 rebated per household. It is located on page 8 of their weekly ad along with a bunch of other $1 and $2 deals!

Staples Easy Saver Rebates are super easy to do. You can submit all of your information online without having to send in receipts and they send you an actual check, not a gift card! Go here for more information about this program.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Free Oikos organic yogurt still available at Whole Foods!

If you weren't able to make it to Whole Foods when I originally posted about the free Oikos organic yogurt, don't worry it is still available through this Tuesday. For more information about this deal, go here. I wasn't able to make it the first time and was sad, but now I have no reason to cry - yeah!!

Walgreens Weekly Ad 2/14 - 2/20

New to shopping at Walgreens? Go here and here to get started. Here are the best weekly deals I see. If you find some killer deals this week that I missed, let me know and I'll add them to the list!

Register Reward Deals:

Buy $20 of Vicks Nyquil or Dayquil 10 or 20 count caplets or liquid 10 oz., Vapopads 5 or 6 pack, VapoSyrup 10 oz., or Formula 44, 6 oz. , get $10RR; Buy $15 = $5RR
Buy 4 Vicks Nyquil or Dayquil $5 each
Buy 2 Puffs Tissue
Use 4 $2/1 Vicks coupons from the 1/17 PG
Use 2 Buy 2 Vicks products and Get 1 Free Puffs coupons from the 2/7 PG
Cost = $12, get back $10 RR, like paying $2 for all 6 items!

Buy $10 of Downy Liquid 21-40 loads or sheets 70-80 pack, Bounce Dryer Bar or sheets 70-80 pack, Tide Stain Release 10 pack or liquid 20 oz. all on sale for $3.99, get $2RR
Buy 3 Downy Fabric Softeners = $11.97
Use 3 $1/1 from the 2/7 PG
Cost = $2.99 each, get $2 RR, like paying $2.32 each after RR!

Crest Pro-Health Mouthwash, Oral-B CrossAction Toothbrush, Crest: Pro-Health, Extra White Plus Scope or Outlast Toothpaste 5.8 or 6 oz., all on sale $2/7, get $2.50 RR when you buy 2
Buy 2 Crest Pro-Health Mouthwashes
Use 2 $2/1 from the 2/7 PG
Cost = $1.50 each, get $2.50 RR when you buy 2, like paying $.25 each after RR!

Buy $30 or more in products below get $10 RR, or buy $10, get $5 RR:
One A Day Multivitamins or Citracal Calcium Supplements, on sale 33% off
Omron Automatic Arm Blood Pressue Monitor
Centrum or Caltrate: 120 ct. Centrum Cardio, 100 ct. Centrum Ultra, 120 ct. Caltrate
Use $1/1 Citracal printable here
Use $1/1 Centrum Ultra from the 2/14 RP
Use $1/1 Centrum Cardio from the 2/14 RP
Cost = will vary

Spend $10 or more on participating Twizzlers or Hershey's Products, get $5 RR
Twizzlers 11 - 16 oz., 2/$3
Hershey's Candy 19.75 oz., 2/$8
Buy 2 Hershey's = $8
Buy 2 Twizzlers = $3
Cost = $11, get $5 RR, like paying $6 for all 4 items!

Pampers Jumbo Pack Easy Ups or Baby Dry Diapers $8.99, get $1 RR
Use $1.50/1 from the 2/7 PG
Cost = $7.49, get $1 RR, like paying $6.49 after RR

Shavemate Titan or Diva 6 Blade Disposable Razors $7.99, get $4RR
No coupons to use
Cost = $7.99, get $4 RR, like paying $3.99 after RR

Folgers Coffee 11.3 oz. $2/$5, get $1 RR when you buy 2
No coupon to use
Cost = $2.50 each, get $1 RR, like spending $2 each after RR!

Other Deals:

Lysol Cleaners BOGO
Use $1/2 Disinfecting Wipes OR
Use $.50/1 Bathroom Cleaner OR
Use $.50/1 All Purpose Cleaner OR
$.50/1 Toilet Bowl Cleaner all from the 2/7 SS
Cost = will vary, but buy 2 to get the best deal!

Cottonelle Fresh Wipes $1.99 with in-ad coupon
Use in-ad coupon $.50/2 from the 1/17 SS, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $1.74 each

Skippy Peanut Butter 2/$3
Use $.60/1 coupon from the 1/31 RP
Cost = $.90 each!

Revlon Color Silk Hair Color $1.99 with in-ad coupon
Use in-ad coupon and $1/2 from the 1/17 SS, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $1.49 each when you buy 2.

Smooth Away Hair Remover BOGO ($9.99 each)
Use 2 $1.50/1 from the 1/10 RP
Cost = $3.50 each when you buy 2

Purex 2x Laundry Detergent, 32 loads $2.99
Use $.35/1 from the 1/10 RP
Cost = $2.64

Almay Cosmetics BOGO 50% off, you must buy 2 to get the BOGO 50% off discount!
Use $2 $2/1 from the 2/7 SS
Cost = will vary

Maybelline Cosmetics BOGO 50% off
, you must buy 2 to get the BOGO 50% off discount!
Use $2/1 Colorsensational lip product OR
Use $2/1 any foundation OR
$1/1 any mascara all from the 2/7 RP
Cost = will vary

L'Oreal Cosmetics BOGO 50%
, you must buy 2 to get the BOGO 50% off discount!
Use $3/1 any makeup, blush or concelear OR
Use $1/1 mascara, eye liner, or eye shadow OR
$1/1 any lip product
If you are buying the L'Oreal Extra Volumizing Collagen Washable Mascara also use the $2/1 from the February coupon book I posted about here
Cost = will vary

Lubriderm Skin Care BOGO 50%, you must buy 2 to get the BOGO 50% off discount!
Use 2 $2/1 printables here
Cost = will vary

Rice Crispies $1.99
Use $1.50/2 printable here or $1/2 from the 1/10 RP you must buy 2 to use these coupons
Cost = As low as $1.24 each

Imperial Sugar $1.99 with in-ad coupon
Use in-ad coupon and $.50/1 from here
Cost = $1.49

Dove or Degree Antiperspirant/Deodorant $2.49 with in-ad coupon
Use in-ad coupon and $.75/1 from the 1/31 RP
Cost = $1.74

Natural Instincts Hair Color $5.99 with in-ad coupon
Use in-ad coupon and $2/1 from the 1/17 PG or $1/1 or $5/2 from the 2/14 RP
Cost = as low as $3.49 each when you use the $5/2 from the 2/14 RP

Energizer Rechargeable Batteries or Charger $7.99, includes 4 pack ultimate or Advanced Lithium AA, 4 pack Rechargeable AA or AAA, Value Charger
Use $1/1 from the 1/10 SS
Cost = $6.99

Tuf Paper Towels $.50 each, limit 3

Free Bagel Poppers at Einstein Bros. Bagels!

Go here to print out a coupon to get some free bagel poppers with the purchase of any drink. These look super tasty! Coupon is good through February 23rd, so you have some time to use it.

(Thanks, SD!)