Saturday, September 7, 2013

Bath & Body Works Free Pumpkin Candle

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Here's something you may want to put on the calendar. Saturday, September 21, between 12 and 4pm stop by Bath and Body Works for their Country Fair.

You will get to experience & rate their Blue Ribbon Pumpkin Fragrances & learn what makes our Candles the World's Best.

PLUS word is that the Free Gift included with your fist is a FREE Pumpkin Candle!

Sunday Coupon Preview September 8th

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There will be 2 SmartSource Inserts and 1 Redplum Insert in the Sunday paper this weekend!

Here's the list, keep in mind this is a national overview so a few of the coupons may have different savings amounts in your local paper.


Bausch+Lomb $3/1 Ocuvite product (10/31)
Bausch+Lomb $5/1 Ocuvite Healthy Tears product (10/31)
Beano $1/1 meltaways or tablets 30ct+ (11/2)
Bengay $2/1 pain relief product (9/22) ETS
Campbell's $.40/2 condensed soups excluding chicken noodle, tomato and cream of mushroom (10/31)
Campbell's $.40/4 condensed chicken noodle, tomato or cream of mushroom soups (10/31)
Campbell's $1.25/3 microwavable bowls or soup on the go cups (10/31)
Claritin $/1 45ct+ (9/15)
Claritin $2/1 syrup 4oz (10/6)
Claritin $3/1 D 15ct+ (10/6)
Claritin $4/1 30ct+ (10/6)
Claritin $4/1 children's chewables 20ct+ (10/6)
Claritin $5/1 D 15ct+ (9/15)
Classico $1/3 products (10/19) DND
Colgate $1/1 360 manual toothbrush excluding Plus, Triple Action, Extra Clean and Classic (9/28)
Colgate $1/1 Total, Optic White, Max Fresh or Sensitive toothpaste 4oz+ (10/5)
Colgate $2/1 mouthwash 8oz+ (10/5)
Dreamfields $.55/1 pasta (11/16)
Efferdent $1/1 (10/31)
Enxymatic Therapy $2/1 probiotic pearls product (12/31)
Fiber Choice $3/1 90ct+ gummies or chewables (11/2)
Hershey's $1/2 stand up bags of Kit Kat Minis, Rolo Minis, Hershey's milk chocolate Drops, Hershey's cookies 'n' creme Drops, Reese's Minis, Hershey's Pieces milk chocolate with almonds, Reese's Pieces, York Pieces, Almond Joy Pieces, Jolly Rancher Bites or Twizzlers Bites candies 9oz+ (11/22)
Johnson & Johnson $3/3 Neosporin first aid, Eczema Essentials, Band-Aid bandages, Benadryl topical or Johnson & Johnson Red Cross tape or gauze products (9/22) ETS
Johnsonville $1/2 fresh italian sausage products (10/19) DND
Knudsen $1/2 cottage cheese 16oz+ (10/8)
Mean Green $.75/1 mildew destroyer, anti-bacterial or orange cleaner 32oz+ (10/20)
Mean Green $.75/1 super strength 32oz+ (10/20)
MiraLAX $1/1 10ct or 14 dose (10/20)
MiraLAX $3/1 30 dose+ (10/20)
Mitchum $1/1 men or women product excluding trial and multipacks (10/13)
Nature's Way $2/1 Alive! multivitamin product (12/31)
Purina Friskies $1.50/3 dry cat food bags (12/8)
Purina Friskies $1/2 cat treats (12/8)
Purina Friskies $1/24 5.5oz cans or 2 12ct or 1 24 ct variety pack wet cat food (12/8)
Revlon $2/1 ColorStay eye or nail product (9/22)
Revlon $2/1 ColorStay lip product (9/22)
Revlon $3/1 luxurious colorsilk buttercream (9/22)
Revlon $4/1 ColorStay face product (9/22)
Starbucks $1.50/1 K-Cup pack 10 or 16 count (11/30)
Starbucks $2/2 11oz+ bags (11/3)
Starbucks $4/2 K-Cup packs 10 or 16 count (11/30)
Swisse $3/1 liver detox, sleep or mood (11/1)
Torani $1/1 syrup (10/31) DND
Torani $2.50/2 syrups (10/31) DND
V8 $.50/1 V-Fusion 100% juice or V-Fusion Refreshers 46oz bottle (10/20)
V8 $2/1 complete nutrition bars 6pk (9/14)


Air Wick $1/1 scented oil twin refill pack or 2 single refills (10/6)
Air Wick $2/2 candles (10/6)
Alberto V05 $1/1 salon series shampoo or conditioner 14.2oz (10/20)
Alberto V05 $1/1 salon series styling treatment or hot oil product (10/20)
Alberto V05 $1/4 shampoo or conditioner 15oz+ (10/6)
Barilla $.55/2 pasta boxes (11/2)
Benefiber $2/1 product (11/9)
Betty Crocker $.50/2 boxed potatoes except potato buds and pouch (11/2)
Chicken Helper $.50/1 (11/2)
Covergirl $2/1 flamed out mascara (10/31) ETS
Energizer $1.50/1 batteries or flashlight (9/28)
Energizer $2/1 EZ Turn & Lock hearing aid batteries 8pk+ (10/26)
Energizer $3/1 Ultra Lithium, Advanced Lithium, Recharge Power Plus or Recharge Universal, AA/AAA 4pk+ (9/28)
Franks $.35/1 redhot sauce (11/30)
Ghirardelli .75/1 bag or bar 3oz+ (10/31)
Hamburger Helper $.75/3 hamburger, tuna or chicken helper (11/2)
Hormel $.55/2 chili products (10/28)
Lysol $1/2 cleaning items (10/13) TARGET COUPON
Mrs. Dash $.75/2 seasoning packets (12/31)
Nature Valley/Fiber One $.50/2 NW granola bars 5ct+, NW granola thins, NW soft-baked oatmeal squares, FO chewy bars or FO 90 calorie products (bars, brownies, cakes) (11/2)
Nature's Bounty $2/1 vitamin or supplement excludes Eye-Vites and Lutein (10/13)
Nissin $1/3 chow mein or chow noodles (12/8)
Nissin $1/4 Big Cup noodles (12/8)
Old El Paso $.60/3 products excluding refrigerated, frozen or soup products (11/2)
Progresso $.25/1 light soup can (11/2)
Progresso $.50/2 soup cans (11/2)
Rachael Ray Nutrish $2.50/1 super premium food for dogs (12/8)
Rachael Ray Nutrish B1G1 free super premium treats for dogs up to $3.99 (12/8)
Smart Balance $.50/1 peanut butter (10/16)
Smart Balance $.50/1 spreadable butter or blended butter sticks (10/16)
So Delicious $1/1 dairy free product (11/30)
Totino's $.40/2 rolls snacks (11/30)
Yoplait $.75/2 go-gurt, kids cup, trix multipack, pro-force multipack or baby (11/2) (2 coupons)


A Taste of Thai $1/2 pad thai products (10/31)
Allegra $1.50/1 anti-itch 1oz cream (10/5)
Allegra $2/1 Children's or Allergy 15ct or smaller (10/5)
Allegra $6/1 D or Allergy 30ct+ (9/14)
Body Fortress $3/1 powder (11/3)
Boost $2.50/1 nutritional product (11/4)
C&H $.40/1 2lb brown or powdered sugar bag (10/31)
C&H $.50/1 sugar product 2lb+ (10/31)
Centrum $3/1 ProNutrients Omega 3 (11/14)
Centrum $3/1 regular or Silver multivitamin 65ct+, Specialist or Flavor Burst multivitamin (11/14)
DermaSilk $5/1 full size product (9/21)
Dial/Tone $1/2 Dial, Dial for Men or Tone body was 6oz+, foaming hand wash or bar soap 3 bar pk+ (10/5)
Emerald $.50/2 Breakfast on the go! products 7.5oz+ (10/20)
Fleischmann's $.40/1 yeast jar or strip (12/24)
Garnier $2/1 moisturizer (11/2)
Garnier Fructis $1/1 shampoo, conditioner or treatment (10/19) ETS
Garnier Fructis $1/1 styling product (11/2) ETS
Garnier Nutrisse $2/1 haircolor (11/2)
Gerber $1/2 regular or Graduates products (9/30)
Gillette $.75/1 shave prep (10/31) ETS
Gillette $2/1 disposable razor (10/31) ETS
Gillette $3/1 Mach3 razor (10/31) ETS
Gold Bond $1/1 powder 7 or 10oz (10/12) TARGET COUPON
Gold Bond $3/2 13oz lotions (10/12) TARGET COUPON
Jack's $.75/1 pizza 15-30.5oz (10/8)
Joint Juice $1.50/1 product (1/31)
Karo $.40/1 16oz+ syrup (11/27)
Land O'Frost $1/1 premium minis (10/8)
L'Oreal $1/1 EverCurl, EverCreme,, EverSleek, EverPure or EverStrong shampoo or conditioner (11/2)
L'Oreal $1/1 EverCurl, EverCreme,, EverSleek, EverPure or EverStrong treatment (11/2)
L'Oreal $1/1 EverStyle product (11/2)
L'Oreal $3/1 11oz Elnett hairspray (11/2)
Maybelline New York $1/1 mascara (11/2) (2 coupons)
Neilmed $3/1 product (10/31) (2 coupons)
Polident $1/1 tablets 84ct+ (10/8)
Pop Secret $.50/2 products (10/20)
Pringles $.50/1 snack stacks or stix 70ct or 8pk (10/20)
Pringles $1/2 fat free/light cans 150g+ (10/20)
Pringles $1/4 full size cans 160g+ (10/20)
Purina $5/2 24ct+ Fancy Feast wet cat food, 40oz+ dog treats, 11lb+ dry dog food, 13lb+ dry cat food or 35lb+ cat litter (10/20) TARGET COUPON
Purina Beneful $1.50/1 6oz+ Baked Delights dog snack (12/8)
Purina Beneful $1.50/1 6oz+ Healthy Smile dog snack (12/8)
Renuzit B3G1 free adjustables air fresheners up to $4.17 (9/22)
Sensodyne $.50/1 Precision toothbrush (11/3)
Sensodyne $1/1 ProNamerl toothpaste (11/3) ETS
Sensodyne $1/1 toothpaste (11/3) ETS
Snickers $1.50/2 miniatures 11oz+ (10/20) DND
Stouffer's $1/1 family, large family or party size entree 32-96oz (11/30)
Stouffer's $1/2 Entrees for One 6-20oz (11/30)
Super Poligrip $1/1 product 2.1oz+ (10/8)
Venus/Daisy $2/1 disposable razor (10/31) ETS
Weight Watchers $1/1 Sweet Baked Good (12/31)

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How to Save: What to buy in September...

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Wow it's already September and here's a helpful list of things to look for to get the biggest bang for you buck:

Patio Furniture:

September will see an increase in the sheer number of outdoor furniture sales and deals on seasonal outdoor items. Look for discounts from retailers like Target and Sears, each of which took up to 60% off their stock of outdoor furniture last year. However, Kmart stole the show in 2012 by slashing up to 90% off its collection of outdoor items, including patio chairs and tables.

Get Your Caffeine Fix for Free:

Are you a devout coffee drinker? Then make sure to mark September 29 on your calendar, as several food chains will offer a free cup o' Joe in honor of National Coffee Day. In years past, Krispy Kreme, Waffle House, 7-11, and Caribou Coffee all offered special promotions to celebrate, and it's possible that other chains and local cafes will do the same this time around, too.

New Car Models This Month Mean Good Deals in October:

Since many manufacturers release new car models in September, experts in the industry claim that dealerships will start slashing prices on older models. These discounts start in September, but according to Forbes, they become substantially better in October and later. As such, you can save 10% to 20% or more on a 2013 car if you wait until October.

New Price Points for the iPhone:

As is tradition, Apple is expected to announce a new iPhone this month, which means that previous generations of the iPhone are about to receive a price cut; typically this would mean that the two prior iterations will drop to $99 and $0, respectively, with a 2-year contract extension. However, this time around, there are rumors that Cupertino is planning to release a "budget iPhone" which might take the place of one of these price points. Either way, cheap iPhone options are on the way for September.

Discounts on Older Tablets:

The iPad mini is also expected to get a refresh this month, which means we'll see nearly instantaneous deals on the first generation mini from resellers. If Apple keeps the original around at a lower price point — perhaps $290 — then stores like Best Buy could discount the 16GB WiFi model to as low as $266, which would be a new all-time low. Likewise, Amazon will update the Kindle Fire HD tablet, which means the previous generation could receive a new retail price of $159, if the store maintains the same pricing structure precedent that it set last year.

Big-Screen HDTVs Remain Near All-Time Low Prices:

Although they didn't reach all-time low prices like they did in July, 55" 3D LCD HDTVs did fall to their second-lowest price of the year ($700) this past August. Chances are we may not see another rock-bottom deal on these sets until the holidays, but if you're in the market this month, look for deals at or below $729, which is the category average. This price point should get you a name-brand 55" 3D TV with built-in WiFi and app support.

While 55" LCDs may not be at their cheapest right now, 60" plasmas are. Prices have steadily fallen over the summer, with August bringing the best deal on these sets, priced at $600. We've actually seen this Editors' Choice price twice in August and there's a good chance it will make an appearance in September too. (The downside, however, is that it's a Micro Center in-store only deal.)

September Is Prime Time for 32" HDTVs

While chances are good that several big-screen TVs will fall to lower price points around Black Friday, September is typically the best time of year to buy smaller 32" 1080p LCD HDTVs. In 2012, September deals beat out the best Black Friday promotions by about 6%. Look for deals in the $169 range, which was last year's low — and make sure that it's actually 1080p. We've recently seen a resurgence of 32" 720p sets in the past few weeks, but they're coming in at the same price, making for a lesser value.

Haswell Core i5 Laptops Hit Lowest Price Since Launch:

The back-to-school crunch is almost over, but that doesn't mean laptop prices will suddenly rebound. Quite the contrary, actually; deals will remain low or plateau until the next big holiday, Black Friday. That said, we saw 15" Intel Core i5 Haswell processor laptops fall to a new low price last month: $458. That's still about $60 more than a Core i5 Ivy Bridge system, but it's 16% less expensive than July's best deal and the lowest price we've seen to date for a 15" Core i5 Haswell laptop.

A Month for Desktops to Shine

Desktops are generally a dying breed, having been bumped by mobile platforms, but there are still users who prefer a PC for their heavy computing needs. And such users should take note: for the past two years, we've noticed that September has been the best time to purchase a dual-core desktop PC. With prices starting at $200, this month boasts deals that should be better than Black Friday's best offers. (However, higher end quad-core models tend to see the biggest price cuts in November when they will be marked down to as low as $320.)

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