Coupon Mom: Hair accessories, dental floss, pasta sauce

Tame that hair

Goody: Goody Ouchless Hair Accessories are on sale for $2 each with a $2 Register Reward, so your net cost will be free. Goody items included are the single medium or two-pack Thin Flex Headbands, or the two-pack barrettes.

60% off floss

Reach: Walgreens has Reach Total Care Dental floss 30 yards or toothbrush on sale for $2.99. You will get a $2 Register Rewards coupon, so your net cost will be 99 cents.

Stack the savings

Procter & Gamble: Stock up on Procter & Gamble products at Walgreens by combining sale prices, coupons from the June 3 P&G coupon circular and a $5 Register Rewards coupon with the purchase of $25 in participating P&G items. The items’ sale prices count toward the $25 in minimum spending, before coupons are deducted. Items include Pampers, Olay, Clairol hair color, Duracell, Tampax, Metamucil, Pantene, Bounty paper towels, Crest 3D items, Align, Downy, Pepto Bismol and more.

Cheap eats

Ragu, Barilla, Oscar Mayer: Kmart’s Pasta Meal Deal of the week gives you a free jar of Ragu pasta sauce (16 ounce to 24 ounce, regularly$2.99) and a free 16-ounce box of Barilla pasta (regularly $1.59) when you buy Oscar Mayer chicken breast strips (6 ounce) for $2.99. Limit one of each free item per transaction.

Read the full Coupon Mom column in the Deal Spotter section of the AJC on Thursdays. Visit the Coupon Mom website for more great deals.

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June 8th, 2012
7:21 am

On occasion, I get deals with Extra Bucks, Register Rewards, etc. … but I have to be honest with myself. If I get $1 in EB, I mentally divide it between the 1st and 2nd purchases ($0.50 off each purchase). The only time it’s really worth it is if you can used EB on another item that generates EB (using them in a chain) … AND they are items that you really need … AND they are decently priced in the first place … AND you can remember all that before the EBs expire :)

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June 8th, 2012
11:22 am

I prefer CVS to Walgreens for the most part. Easier to use their ‘deals’ and the ECBs expire in a month, while the RR at Walgreens expire in 2 weeks. I can count on CVS to get free or almost free personal care items, like mouthwash this week. Had a $5 ECB, bought a $5.99 mouthwash, used a $.25 off coupon, so paid $1.10 including tax and got another $5 ECB. Did that twice, so for $2.20 out of pocket have enough mouthwash to last a while.