There are only 14 shopping days until Christmas — can you believe it? Hopefully some of these deals will help you wrap it up for the season.
Gander Mtn. has various gifts on sale this week, but one of the best deals is on their slippers for the whole family — they’re 40 to 50 % off this week and start at $9.99. Various other gifts and apparel are 30 to 50% off.
Dick’s Sporting Goods also has tons of gifts and apparel on sale this week. Some of the best deals are on Crocs Blitzen styles for the family (buy 1, get 1 free), select ellipticals and treadmills (50% off), the ESPN Poker Club chip poker set ($19.98, 75% off) and 3-pack and 6-pack Nike socks (buy 1, get 1 50% off).
Target has an interesting trade-in deal for gamers. Trade-in 2 select video games and you’ll receive a $25 trade-in card good towards any purchase at Target — a great way to get something for those games you no longer play.
Throughout the rest of the store, select DVDs and Blu-ray movies are $7, select best-selling hardcover books are 50% off, kids and family board games are $5 to $14, men’s Mossimo and Merona henleys and thermal Tees are $12, basics for women (including V-neck Tees, turtlenecks, leggings, tank tops, and crew neck Tees) are $6 to $8, and girls’ and boys’ licensed Tees are $8.
There are tons of BOGO deals week at CVS, some of the best including CVS batteries (buy 1, get 1 free), toys (buy 1, get 1 50% off), Revlon cosmetics (buy 1, get 1 50% off), Mars chocolate singles (buy 2, get 1 free), Caliber tape (buy 1, get 1 free), gift wrap (buy 1, get 1 free), select Neutrogena cleansers (buy 1, get 1 50% off) and Merry Brite light sets (buy 1, get 1 free).
The free gift card promotion is still going on, so make note of the new items eligible to qualify for your $30 purchase.
Walgreen’s is continuing the Jingle Cash promotion this week, so spend a certain amount and you’ll get cash back to spend next time.
They also have a lot of BOGO deals this week. Some of the bargains include toys (buy 1, get 1 free), gift wrap (buy 1, get 1 50% off), Scotch packaging tape (buy 1, get 1 free), holiday ornaments (buy 1, get 1 50% off), Hallmark boxed greeting cards (buy 1, get 1 50% off), bows, ribbon and cord (buy 1, get 1 50% 0ff) and coloring and activity books (buy 1, get 1 free).
Of course there are numerous store coupons for great deals, too. They include: Softsoap for 99 cents, Mars or Dove candy for 59 cents, Campbell’s soup for 79 cents, Green Giant veggies for 69 cents, votive candles 4/$1, and 20% off photo gifts.
AC Moore is a great spot to check for kid’s Christmas gifts this week. Their entire stock of Melissa & Doug, K’Nex, Crayola, Safari Ltd., Papo, Thomas & Friends, and Chuggington toys are 40% off.
Throughout the rest of the store, holiday-themed items are 40 to 60% off, holiday candy making items are 30% off, gift wrap is $1.99, solid color pashminas are $5 and select bead strands are 2/$5.
Of course there are coupons: One for 30% off your entire regular priced purchase (today only), and one for 50% off any regular priced item.
Shoe lovers are in luck this week. Shoe Carnival and Rack Room Shoes both have ads with coupons up for grabs.
Rack Room is offering $10 off a purchase of $60 or more.
Shoe Carnival is offering $10 off a purchase of $59.98 or higher.
Kohl’s is having a big two-day sale beginning today, and you’ll find things throughout the entire store up to 60% off.
The Christmas Countdown sale begins today at Belk. Don’t forget to clip your coupons: 2 good for 20% (15% on home and shoes) off a single item storewide, and 1 good for 20% off your entire regular & sale purchase in fine jewelry. Combine the coupons with the sales throughout the entire store for the best deal!
Sears has over $100 in coupon savings this week. Find your ad and there will be coupons ranging from $5 off fragrances and cosmetics, to $30 off clothing, intimates, accessories and more.
JC Penney is offering big savings today and tomorrow as well, but there are no coupons necessary! All the savings will be deducted at checkout — up to 70%.
Joann Fabric’s ad is loaded with coupons this week. There are 8 coupons in all, and they can save you up to 40% off of regular priced items — if you can find something in the store that’s not on sale! Throughout the store you’ll find Christmas merchandise up to 60% off, various toys 25% off and all Singer sewing machines are on sale.
Michaels has their entire stock of holiday gift wrap and ribbon 50% off this week, which will be great for any kid’s activity kits you buy at 40% off.
They’re also having a Christmas blowout, offering candles and candleholders, walls and tabletop decor, florals, lights, trees, cards and ornaments up to 60% off.
Throughout the rest of the store, various frames, scrapbooking goods and beading merchandise is 40% off.
The coupons offer 25% off your entire purchase of frames, framed art and display cases, 50% off a regular priced item (Tuesday through Saturday) and 50% off a regular priced item (Sunday and Monday).
Office Max has a great deal on batteries this week — one major item you don’t want to be without on Christmas morning. A 20-pack of Duracell AA or AAA batteries is $16.99, but you’ll receive $16.98 back in MaxPerks…so that’s like getting them for 1 cent.
Other good deals include Scotch tape, Kleencut scissors, shipping boxes and Sharpie markers for $2, and all shipping supplies, holiday letterhead, greeting cards and gift wrap and colored paper reams are buy 2, get 1 free.
The Toys R Us ad is full of BOGO deals and free gifts with purchase this week. You have multiple opportunities to earn free gift cards and free items with purchase, while various construction kits (K’Nex, Lincoln Logs, etc.) are buy 2, get the 3rd for $1, and various doll sets are buy 1, get 1 50% off.
Some of these deals are only Sunday and Monday though, so plan your shopping trip carefully.
Kroger has all kinds of holiday goodies on sale this week, so if you’re planning a big Christmas meal check it out. Birds Eye or Kroger frozen veggies are 10/$10, butter is 2/$5, 18-count eggs are 2/$4, Philadelphia cream cheese is 2/$3, Tyson chicken breasts are $1.99/lb., Ore-Ida potatoes are buy 2, get 1 free, Kroger canned fruit is 10/$10, Russell Stover candy is 10/$10, frozen Healthy Choice meals are 5/$11, pre-bagged salads are 3/$5, and Vitamin Water is 10/$10.
Through Dec. 24, you can save 50% on holiday-themed pet toys, collars, apparel, and boxed greeting cards at Petsmart. There will also be bargains on dry and canned food for dogs and cats, dog beds, crates, specialty pet merchandise and even the pets themselves (beta fish, lizards, hamsters and guinea pigs). Most of the sale prices on food and treats are good through Jan. 1.
There’s only 1 coupon booklet this week: Smartsource. Inside you’ll find grocery, hygiene and restaurant coupons.
Remember, all of these ads may not appear in your paper. However, many retailers post their ads online, so always check there if you’re interested in finding out more details. You can also get printable coupons at both SmartSource and Redplum websites.