I did good last Saturday at Walgreen. They had some toothpaste for $1 for which I had $1 off coupons for, and deodorant on sale for $1.99 that I had $1 coupons for. They also had cereal on sale for less than the grocery store and again I had coupons. I ended up with about 6 bags of items for under $15 and got a Walgreen register reward for $5 off my next visit. So, we are stocked up on toothpaste, deodorant and have a weeks worth of cereal.
Here is the link for this weeks sales and specials. http://www.couponmom.com/ Remember the best way to save is to wait for a sale and combine the sale price with a store coupon and the manufacturer's coupons. (yes, you can use both coupons on the same item) Also, don't be brand loyal-go with the best deal and sometimes the best deal still tends to be the store brand or a generic. Some stores, such as CVS give you extra discounts if you have their free register card.
CVS deals this week include free Carefree liners, free Reese's candy, free 3-day sale composition books and 125+ more deals.
Walgreens deals include bargains on Chinet plates, Goody hair accessories, Crest toothpaste, Kelloggs cereals, Scotch mailing envelopes, Scotch tape and many more deals.
Wal-Mart deals include Disney vitamins, Mead notebooks, Reese's candy, pet food and more.
Target deals include Hilshire Farm lunchmeat, grapes, Glade starter kits, Reeses 8 pack candy bars, Yoplait yogurt and more.
Rite Aid deals include free Colgate toothpaste, deals on Kotex pads and liners, free Mead composition books and notebooks with coupons and rebates, free Tylenol, 20-cent Reeses King Size candy bars, 50-cent Rubbermaid Take Alongs or bottles. Save even more when you Print a coupon for $5 off $25 at Rite Aid, too!