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Valentine’s Day is this Thursday. Have you finished your shopping yet? If not, have no fear. There are tons of deals in today’s paper.
Kroger has some awesome Valentine’s themed goodies on sale this week. Flower arrangements range from $8.99 to $39.99, and chocolate dipped strawberries are only $8.99 in the deli.
Additionally, candies are on sale too, ranging from 10/$10 to 2/$5.
There’s also this great deal: Purchase an Expressions card from Hallmark, Hershey’s Pot of Gold chocolates, and one dozen Private Selection roses and you can automatically save $5 now through Feb. 14. You must purchase all three in a single transaction to be eligible for the discount.
I’m glad to see this promotion back: Now through Saturday, Feb. 16 you can get four-times the gas points with select gift card purchases. Stock up now for last minute gifts in the future!
The grocer has really been pushing its digital coupons lately, and there’s no difference this week. You’ll now start seeing tags in stores promoting the price of products if you download a coupon to your shopper’s card. I think they still need to do some work on the digital coupon policy before the program really takes off.
Target will have many popular titles in books, CDs and movies on sale for only $10 this week. There are also loads of free gift cards with purchase up for grabs.
CVS is offering $10 in Extra Bucks when you spend $30 on participating P&G products this week. Combine this deal with the sale prices and coupons from last week’s paper to save the most.
The retailer’s stock of Valentine’s goodies is also on sale — you can get some fancy chocolates (like Ferrero Rocher) for only 99 cents, and $5 in Extra Bucks with select American Greetings purchases.
You all know I love a deal on gift cards — it’s like free money — and we’ve got another one of those this week at CVS. When you spend $30 on iTunes or App Store cards you’ll get $5 back in Extra Bucks.
Just a reminder: You can still get a 20% off shopping pass from the pharmacy when you get your flu shot in stores.
You can earn major Balance Rewards points with select Valentine’s-themed purchases at Walgreens this week.
Additionally, there are plenty of coupons for photo deals. This would make a great gift for Thursday (hint, hint).
Kmart has big markdowns on winter apparel for the family this week. And, like other retailers, there are some major discounts on any Valentine’s gifts. If you’re shopping for something sparkly, all fine jewelry is 75% off.
Shop Your Way Rewards members can still get a free $25 gift card by transferring a prescription to the pharmacy and using the coupon on page 12 of the ad.
Sears also has fine jewelry up to 75% off this week.
Plus, you can save an extra 15% off with the savings pass in the ad. The coupon is valid for 15% off fine jewelry, clothing, and accessories, or 10% off intimates, sleepwear, fragrances, cosmetics, home fashions, household goods and luggage.
Kohl’s has all day door busters today only, so stop in today if you want the best deals. However, the store’s Valentine’s Day sale will last through Tuesday.
If you stop by, be sure to check the clearance racks. Final clearance merchandise is up to 80% off.
Ulta has a new ad and coupon available today. With the coupon you can save 20% off any one item today through Saturday. Additionally, tons of popular brands will be buy one, get one 50% off, like: Revlon, Rimmel, Almay, Roc and John Frieda.
There’s also a salon coupon offering a blowout & style, an OPI gel color or a makeup application for $20 each.
Macy’s has special two-day specials today and tomorrow in honor of Valentine’s Day. There are also plenty of free designer gifts with purchase available throughout the store.
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.