We’re right in the thick of July, and what better way to beat the heat than by shopping in the AC? There are plenty of bargains out there to be hunted.
Here’s the best of today’s paper:
SmartSource has a coupon booklet full of high dollar coupons.
Target has some special coupons available this week, especially if you have a kid about to hit the road for college.
*$5 off a Dirt Devil Easy Lite Cyclonic Quick Vac
*$10 off the Emerson dry-erase fridge
*$5 off a Room Essentials bungee chair
*$5 off a Room Essentials bookcase
There are also a lot of free gift cards available with select purchases:
*$20 when you buy an iPod touch
*$10 when you buy an iPod nano 8GB
*$25 when you buy an iPad
*$25 when you buy a Wii system bundle
*$10 when you buy a DSi system
*$15 when you reserve Just Dance 4 and buy any other Just Dance game
*$10 when you buy two select Enfamil items
*$5 when you buy10 SoBe drinks
*$5 when you buy two select K-cup packs
*$5 when you buy two select Viva, Huggies, Cottonelle or Scott items
*$5 when you buy three select laundry care items
Walgreens is ready for the kids to go back to school, and they are prepared with big deals under $5.
*Wexford or Penway school supplies, 39 cents
*Wexford or Penway notebooks, 49 cents
*Composition books, 69 cents
*Elmer’s glue, 79 cents (with coupon)
*Wexford two-pocket folders, 6/$1 (with coupon)
*Filler paper, $1.59
*Multi-purpose paper, $2.99
Also, when you order contact lenses through Walgreens.com, you can get 20% off with the code 20EYES.
Office Max has some great back to school bargains again this week. Here’s a taste of some of the best:
*Three-fastener folders, zipper binder pocket and .14 liter storage boxes, 50 cents
*Wide- or college-ruled notebooks, $1
*Purell hand sanitizer, 50 cents
*Three-ring binders, $1
*Ballpoint pens, 25 cents
*8 GB flash drive, $7.99
*Crayola crayons, Office Max glue and scissors, $1
*Post-its, Office Max staplers or hole punches and BIC pens, $2
*10-pocket organizers, Scotch tape, gel ink pens and five-subject notebooks, $3
Staples has plenty of back to school deals again, as well. Here are a few:
*Avery tab dividers, 1″ binders or writing pads, 1 cent
*BIC mechanical pencils, FREE (after rebate)
*BIC pens, 25 cents
*Westcott rulers, 50 cents
*Pencil boxes, 50 cents
*Multipurpose paper, $1 (after rebate)
*Clip boards, $1
*8GB flash drive, $5.99
Additionally, you can save $2 on the purchase of a new binder for each old binder you bring in to recycle (no limit).
To save on school supplies all year long, pick up a School Savings Pass for $10. With the card you can save 15% on binders, notebooks, backpacks and more through Sept. 15.
Kohl’s introduces its new Princess by Vera Wang line for juniors this week, and to celebrate you can get the merchandise for 30% off.
Throughout the store, you can save 15%, 20% or 30% off your purchase by using your Kohl’s charge. All shoppers will be rewarded with $10 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent.
Today only you’ll find all-day doorbuster savings throughout the store.
Kroger recently released a new plan to use locally grown produce in many of its stores (you can read more about that on Lindsey Nair’s Fridge Magnet blog). In this week’s ad you’ll see a little bit about the Jackson Farm in Fayetteville, NC, as well as some great bargains in the product department.
*Sprite melons, 10/$10
*Zucchini and squash, 99 cents/lb.
*Eggplant and green beans, 99 cents/lb.
Throughout the rest of the store, look for these deals:
*Tyson whole fryer, 88 cents/lb.
*Pepsi or 7Up soft drinks, 3/$9 (must buy 3)
*Muller FrutUp yogurt, 10/$10
*Nabisco crackers, 2/$4
*Gatorade, 79 cents
There are also new items participating in the buy 10, save $5 instantly promotion, so look out for the special tags.
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 these websites: SmartSource , Redplum , Coupon Network and Coupons.com.