Are you enjoying this cooler weather? It’s still inspiring me to invest in some new purchases for fall. Once again, today’s inserts give you plenty of opportunities to save on all things seasonal.
There are coupons from SmartSource up for grabs today, so get ready to start clipping.
Kroger is introducing a new organic brand, Simple Truth, this week, and has many products on sale. Nutrition bars, canned beans, butter, soy milk, broth, chicken, salad, milk and eggs from the brand are all on sale this week.
Select products throughout the store are eligible for $2 in instant savings when you buy two. Some participating products include Pepsi, Tide and Downy.
Kmart still has clearance apparel for the family priced $3.99 and $5.99.
There’s also information about the store’s layaway program in today’s ad. While there are cancellation fees, layaway at Kmart is available with no service fee with an 8-week contract. There will be a $10 service fee on a 12-week contract. This offer is valid on new layaway purchases made Sept. 23 through Sept. 29.
Additionally, Shop Your Way Rewards Members will receive a $25 Kmart gift card with the purchase of a transferred prescription.
As a reminder, when you get your flu shot at CVS you’ll receive a shopping pass for 20% off your next purchase.
You can save $10 on “The Avengers” DVD when you spend $20 on participating products this week. Some of these products include Pepsi, theater box candy, Pop-Secret, DiGiorno and licensed Halloween costumes.
Another reminder: Always remember to scan your Extra Care card at the coupon kiosk in stores! This week, you’ll receive a coupon for $10 off Crest 3D Whitestrips and a coupon for $4 off any $12 cosmetics purchase. You may receive other coupons as well.
Walgreens is offering Balance Rewards members 1,500 points when they get their flu shot in the pharmacy. You can also get a free $25 gift card when you transfer a prescription to the pharmacy with the coupon in the ad.
Sears has a new coupon available today offering an extra 10% off home fashions, housewares, mattresses, recliners and Shaw area rugs. Sears card holders will receive an extra 5% off when they use their card to make the purchase.
Michaels has a majority of its fall merchandise on sale this week, including harvest baskets (50% off), Ashland fall potted arrangements (50% off), harvest and Halloween ribbon (30% off), craft pumpkins (40% off), scarecrows ($7.99) and fall stems, bushes, garlands, fruit, vegetables, berries and premades (50% off).
Additionally, there are these coupons:
* 40% off any regular priced item
* 25% off regular and sale priced wall and tabletop frames, framed art and display cases
Likewise, AC Moore is having a similar sale on their fall and Halloween goodies. Fall stems, bushes and garlands are 50% off, carvable pumpkins are 50% off, premade and designer made wreaths or arrangements are 50% off, Halloween and fall wall/table decor is 40$ off and more.
Then, of course, the coupons:
* $10 off a total purchase of $30 or more (today and Monday only)
* $5 off a purchase of $20 or more (today and Monday only)
* 50% off any regular priced item
Target has multiple gift cards and free products with purchase available this week. You’ll receive gift cards for purchasing select Pampers, Tide, Bounty, Tide, Charmin, Puffs, Glad, PlayStation, Skullcandy, Dyson, Rachael Ray, Shark, Nexxus, Up & Up, Red Baron, Bertolli and Nabisco products.
Toys R Us has all Halloween costumes 25% off this week. There’s also information about the retailer’s layaway program this year. There’s no upfront fees, and hot toys can be reserved now through Halloween.
There are also tons of freebies and gift cards with purchase this week — too many to list! It should be noted, though, that you can get up to $75 in free gift cards when you buy participating P&G products.
Office Max has a coupon offering Crystal Geyser water for $1 after a $10 purchase this week.
There are also BOGO deals on Office Max brand binders, highlighters, pens, pencils, dry erase supplies, erasers, notebooks, hole punches, staplers, index cards, blue, tape and envelopes.
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.