I’ve included Halloween candy deals at drugstores this week. Get online coupons for these stores below. Don’t forget to check our FREE Coupon Database to find coupons for Halloween candy and more from online sources, magazines, and in store offers.
Walgreens – Get all the Walgreens coupon deals for this week. Highlights include Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief 4oz or Total Advanced 5.8oz Toothpaste for as low as FREE, Brach’s Autumn Candy for as low as $1.25 each when you buy 2, and Mars, Nestle or Hershey’s Fun or Snack Size Candy for as low as $3.24 each when you buy 2.
Rite Aid – Common Sense with Money has the Rite Aid coupon deals including Thermacare for FREE, King Size Candy Bars, Theatre Candy, or Fun and Snack Size for $.67 each after +Up Rewards, and Crest 3D White Arctic Fresh Toothpaste, Clinical or 3D White Rinse, Oral-B 5 Way Clean Manual Toothbrush or Colgate Total Advanced or Total Toothpaste or Total Manual Toothbrush for as low as $0.24 each after coupon and +UPR.
Staples – Hip 2 Save lists the hot Staples coupons including HP Everyday 4″³ x 6″³ Photo Paper, Gloss, 100-pack for $1, Avery Insertable Multicolored 5 Tab Dividers only $.79, and Bounty Basic Perforated Paper Towel Rolls 12 Rolls/Case for $7.99. Go straight to the Staples site.
CVS – Bargain Briana has all the CVS coupon deals for this week, including Gillette Fusion ProGlide Razor or Styler for as low as $.99, Hershey’s Snack Size Bars 6pk for as low as $.49, and General Mills Cereal or Fiber One Bars for $1.50.
Target – This week’s list of Target coupon deals will be up later today. Go to Target’s online coupons.
Grocery University – Reduce your grocery bill with Grocery University, a set of audio lessons crafted to save a lot more than you think you can on groceries.
Drugstore rewards comparison – Bargain Babe recently compared the drugstore rewards programs for CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens to determine which store has the best policy.
New to coupons? Check out Bargain Babe’s post on coupon clipping basics. If you want to take advantage of these deals, make sure to save the coupon inserts you receive in the mail or with your Sunday newspaper. Here’s a great suggestion for how to handle coupon organization.