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Triples and Super Doubles deals with Sunday coupons!

Posted April 28, 2013

 

Here are a few Triples and Super Doubles deals with the Sunday coupons including free toothpaste, emory boards and hot dogs! I’ll have time to update the list with additional deals this evening. Please feel free to share any other deals you find!

Harris Teeter Triples deals

Colgate toothpaste, 4 oz., $1.49 - .50 coupn from 4/28 SS = FREE!

Gwaltney hot dogs or bologna, .77 to $1.39 - .55 coupon from 4/28 SS = FREE!

Ivory soap, 3 pack, $1.75 - .50/1 coupon from 4/28 PG = .25

Dial soap, 3-pack, $1.33 - .35 from 4/28 RP = .28


Lowes Foods Super Doubles deals

Revlon emory boards, 10 count, $1.95 - $1 coupon from 4/28 SS = FREE!

Crest toothpaste, various, $2.55 - $1 coupon from 4/28 PG = .55

Tidy cats litter, 20 lb, $3.00 - $1 coupon from 4/28 SS = $1.00


 

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  • TJ84 Apr 29, 2013

    chichimanma, You would see it in the ingredient list.

  • chichimama Apr 29, 2013

    I bought Colgate Fluoride Toothpaste Sparkling White today and it does not list Triclosan... it is something I would see in the ingredient list correct?

  • TJ84 Apr 29, 2013

    I had several Colgate total that had the triclosan so they are being trashed! Most were dentist samples which I find interesting. Also the Dial basics soap does not have triclosan in it.

  • bean112455 Apr 29, 2013

    Sorry Faye, I did not mean to make this page a health issue. Just trying to be helpful. Love me some Harris Teeter and great deals.

  • bean112455 Apr 29, 2013

    Chipper, you are right. All store bought soaps are not soaps. You will never find the word soap on anything you thought was. They will be listed as beauty bars, deodorant bars, or something else, just not soap bar. Commercial companies strip the glycerin (moisture component) from all soaps. Then they put it in their lotions, creams, etc. Why do you think you always have to rub down your legs with lotion after washing with "soap?" To put moisture back into your skin that was stripped by washing with "soap." They do this for a reason. It is called making the most and getting the most buck for your product. Hope this helps!

  • bean112455 Apr 29, 2013

    jdouglas, I read a lot of health books. Colgate has a lot of other toothpaste that doesn't include this agent. I love the Colgate Pro Sensitive. For deodorants, we use Toms. It doesn't have aluminum chlorohydrate in it which has been linked to cause Alzheimer's Disease. As for the flu shot, always request the one that is preservative free and without the mercury (Thimersol). I for one do not want mercury in my body. It is lethal.

  • chipper4800 Apr 29, 2013

    Dr Ben Kim, also, has been one of the top researchers and critics of the use of Triclosan. Goggle on him/triclosan to read his info. The FDA is looking into the ingredient also.

  • chipper4800 Apr 29, 2013

    I've started using goats milk soap. Keeps your hands/body nice and soft, especially during the winter when your skin gets so dry. A bar last forever, unlike most over the counter soaps. I've heard the anti-bacterial things in some products is not good for you, especially if you have other health concerns.

  • vlynn Apr 28, 2013

    Dr. Oz recently said that people should stop using products with triclosan and products with artificial butter.

  • JJ20 Apr 28, 2013

    Bean, to add to what you said, if you don't mind... I wouldn't buy crest mouth wash either... don't know how many chemicals are similar.. but I remember getting them with coupons a couple years ago for a great price, and the results were terrible! I told my dentist and he told me to stop using it immediately.. I threw out three unopened bottles in the trash that day. I haven't got my papers yet, but I know they used to have those coupons all of the time in the P&G. I had to turn to a less invasive toothpaste as well.

    http://www.buildingblocksplaygroup.com/blog/horrible-side-effects-of-crest-pro-health-mouthwash/

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