21 Jun 2015
There is a new BOGO coupon for Purina cat chow and Friskies cat food and Deal at Target. Score two small bags of Purina cat chow for only $1.71 each when you Stack SS Purina Cat Chow coupon with Cartwheel offer.
Buy 2 Friskies Cat Food, 3.15 lb regular price - $4.39
Use Purina Friskies 3.15 lb when you buy 3.15 lb or larger one Friskies or Cat Chow Dry Cat Food from SS 6/21
And use 15% Off, Friskies Dry Cat Food, Target Cartwheel Offer cartwheel.target.com (exp 6/27)
Final Price: $1.54 each
19 Jun 2015
If you haven’t done so already, score a high value $2/1 any CeraVe lotion coupon (excludes trial sizes) by heading on over and enter your email address at sharethecerave. Share the coupon (via Facebook, Twitter, Email etc) and print a higher value $6/1 Cerave moisturizing cream coupon (excludes trial sizes), valid through 7/6. Check out the deal you can score at Walmart with this coupon on cerave products.
CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser Bar $4.97 for 4.5oz
Use the $6/1 CeraVe coupon found here (sharethecerave.com)
Final cost FREE + money maker $1.03
11 May 2015
Click here to clip $10 coupon for Panasonic ES8103S Arc3 Electric Shaver Wet/Dry with Nanotech Blades for Men. Regular price for Panasonic Arc3 Electric Shaver is $54.99. Use the high value coupon from Amazon and save $10 on Panasonic Shaver.
Features of Panasonic ES8103S Arc3 Electric Shaver:
- Close, touchable shave with sharp nanotech blades
- Precision shaving experience with adjustable pivoting head which follows facial contours
- Constant stream of power with 13,000 RPM motor for a consistent shave
- Use in or out of the shower with wet or dry shave design
10 May 2015
Buy Hefty Trash Tall Kitchen Bags, 18-45 ct $7.99
Hefty Trash Bags, 18-45 ct $7.99
Use $1.50/1 – Hefty Large Black Trash Bags, Hefty Coupons (coupons.com, 77477, TX )
Or $1.00/1 – Hefty Trash Bags coupon (bettycrocker.com) limit 4 coupons same day
Final Price: $6.49
Two new deals on for Air Wick products at Kmart for May 2015
Buy Air Wick Oil, 2 pk for $4.99 at Kmart
Use $1.00/1 – Air Wick Scented coupon from SS 4/19
Or $1.00/1 – Air Wick Scented Oil Twin Refill coupon from SS 5/10
Final Price: $3.99
Use the Smartsource coupons on another deal of Air Wick Freshmatic Refill for $4.99 at Kmart
Use $1.50/2 – Air Wick Freshmatic Ultra Refills coupon from SS 5/10
Final Price: $4.24 each, buy 2
Fixodent Denture Adhesive Cream, 2-2.4 oz $4.00
Use $1.00/1 – Fixodent , 2 oz or larger (pgeveryday.com) coupon
or $1.00/1 – Fixodent 2 oz or larger (coupons.com) coupon
or $1.00/1 – Fixodent Adhesive, 1.4 oz or larger RP 4/12 coupon
Final Cost: $3.00
Labels: Personal Care
Buy Clorox Toilet Wand Refill Pads, 10 ct for $3.79 at Kmart
Spend $15.00 on Clorox Items and get $5.00 Award Card
and Use $1.50/1 – Clorox Coupon for Toilet Wand Refill from SS 3/29
Final cost: $1.53
9 May 2015
Click here to print $1.05 coupon for DiGiorno Frozen Pizza
1 May 2015
New 2015 Coupons for Dial Body Wash
Buy 4 Dial or Dial for Men Body Wash at $5.99 price
Buy One Get One Free through 5/30 offer
Use one $1.00/2 Dial for Men Body Wash, Dial Acne Control Body Wash printable coupon from RP 4/26 Final Price: when you buy 4, $2.75 each
There is a new high-value coupon available Dial for Men Body Wash. Just visit the Dial for Men Body Wash Facebook page and click “like” to print the coupons. You can use this coupon at Walmart to get body wash for only $1.97
Buy Dial For Men Body Wash, 16 oz, regular price at Walmart - $3.97
Use $2.00 Off 1, Dial Body Wash coupon from facebook page here.
Final Price: $1.97
31 Mar 2015
See's Candies is a manufacturer and distributor of candy, particularly chocolates in the United States. Founded by Charles See, his wife Florence, and his mother Mary in 1921, See's candy store has been specializing in high quality chocolates candy.
New See's Candy Coupons 2015
St. Patrick’s Day Gifts for $4.50 Expires on 03/18/2014
- 22% Off + Additional Discounts for Larger Orders here
A Short History of the Candy BarChocolate is of course a favorite food for many of us, but what do you really know about the history of this fascinating substance? Did you know, for instance, that chocolate was a favorite drink of Montezuma, who ruled as Emperor of the Aztecs. In fact the Spanish conquistador Hernando Cortez brought this chocolate drink to his native Spain in 1529, where it remained a favorite of Spanish Royalty for many years before moving on to take root in the rest of Europe.
The earliest chocolate candy bars were made using bittersweet chocolate, with milk chocolate first introduced in 1875 when Henry Nestle and Daniel Peter joined forces to invent this delicious substance.
During the Columbian Exposition in 1893, the Worlds Fair held in Chicago displayed chocolate making machines that were made in Dresden, Germany. This display captured the attention of one Milton S. Hershey, who had earned his fortune in caramels. Mr. Hershey quickly saw the potential of chocolate making, and he purchased and installed this equipment in his factory and produced the first chocolate bars in 1894.
Other people began to mix in other ingredients to create their own candy bars during the end of the 19 th century and the beginning of the 20 th century. Even thought interest in chocolate was growing the whole time.
That was because the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps commissioned a number of American chocolate makers to provide 20 to 40 pound blocks of chocolate, which would then be shipped to the quartermaster bases and chopped up into smaller pieces for distribution to the American soldiers stationed throughout Europe.
Eventually the job of making these smaller pieces of chocolate would fall back to the candy manufacturers themselves and by the end of the war, when the soldiers returned home, the future of the candy bar was assured. Those soldiers had enjoyed their taste of chocolate, and they continued to enjoy this delicious sweet treat when they got back home.
As a result of this popularity, the candy bar manufacturers would become established as American businesses, and during that post World War I period up to 40,000 different candy bars would appear on the scene. Some became immensely popular, and many are still sold to this day, while others would fade into obscurity.
The early candy bar industry got its start in cities along the eastern seaboard, including Philadelphia, Boston and New York, but the industry would soon spread across the Midwest, where raw materials such as sugar, corn syrup and milk were readily available.