Labor Day means school begins this coming week for many area school districts, the college students are back in town, football season, and, yes, the stores will be pushing Halloween candy and decorations.
In today’s Times Leader, there is relief from allergy season. Rite Aid has Claritin, 70-count, on sale for $34.99, team this up with a $10 off manufacturer coupon and purchase it for only $24.99. Also, combine the $1 off in-store coupon with a $1.50 manufacturer coupon, found in today’s inserts, for Clear Scalp and Hair Therapy and pay only $2.50.
You can help out your feline, if you have one, by taking advantage of Rite Aid’s has a sale on Tidy Cat, 14-pound container, for only $5.99. Please show your Rite Aid Wellness card to obtain the sale prices.
I did mention Halloween above. This may seem far away, but that is no reason not to take advantage on sales on your favorite sweets. For example, Walgreens has M&M candies on sale for buy two for $5. Add the $1 off manufacturer’s coupon and find yourself a pretty sweet deal.
Also, in the Walgreens’ flier, there are several in-store coupons for handy everyday items such as Ajax dish soap for 89 cents, Xtra laundry soap for $1.49, Nice! Plastic Wrap, 200 square feet, and Reynolds Aluminum Foil buy two for $3. Remember to show your Balance Rewards card to obtain the sales prices.
Arming your children to face the start of cold and flu season is just as important as those back to school supplies. Check in with your local pharmacy about their flu shot program. Many area pharmacies are offering shots free or a minimal fee.
Walmart is helping to arm your children against cold season by having a 200-count Flintstone Vitamins Gummies on sale for $13.44.
Scanning through the Target circular, my eyes were drawn to a sale they have on youth licensed NFL or NCAA football jerseys for only $19. If you have a young football fan in your house, this deal many offer a jump start on your holiday shopping list. Yikes! Did I say holiday shopping!!
Ok, reining myself back into the more appropriate season, Staples has some back to school savings for the last minute shopper. Check out their sales flier and find a 24-count of Crayola Crayons for 50 cents, a 10-count of Crayola Markers for 97 cents, Staples washable glue for 39 cents, and one-subject notebooks for 17 cents a piece.
Staples also has a $10 off in-store coupon on any advertised Canon Inkjet Printer. If you are making this purchase online or by phone, use code 40289. The offer is valid until Aug. 30.
Now we have to conquer filling the kitchen.
Redner’s Warehouse Markets have white seedless grapes for 98 cents a pound and Kool-Aid Jammers, great for packing school lunches, on sale for buy three boxes for $5.
I found Oscar Mayer Lunchables on sale, buy three for $5 at Save A Lot.
Save A Lot is also advertising hot house tomatoes on sale for 99-cents a pound and seedless watermelon on sale for $2.99 each. Save A Lot’s sale will be valid from Aug. 26 until Sept. 12.
Offering up summer’s bounty, Weis has bi-color sweet corn on sale for 10 for $2, and Sun Maid Raisins, a package of six small boxes, on sale, buy two for $4. Show your Weis Preferred Shoppers card to obtain the sales prices.
The end of summer for me marks blueberry season. Thomas’ Foodtown has blueberries on sale, buy two pints for $5. Also find Green Giant Baby Carrots, one pound package, on sale for 99 cents, and Foodtown Mac & Cheese dinner, buy five for $3. Show your Foodtown club card for sale prices
Last week, I made an omission on locations for the deal from Eye Care Specialists. The 50 percent off on lenses on your second purchase of complete eye wear, frames must be at least $100, with the purchase of a complete pair of eye wear, is valid at all Eye Care Specialist locations until Labor Day. Call 1-888-EYE-2010 for details.