4 Easy Ways To Prepare For Winter


4 Ways to Prepare for Winter

It’s warm out now but before we know it the snow will be flying and the cold wind will be blowing again. Are you ready for that time? Is your home ready and will it keep your family warm without the heating bills going through the roof? Here are 4 easy ways to prepare for winter.
Have a Small Stockpile

Don’t be one of those last minute shoppers before a blizzard. Make sure to have at least 3 days worth of food (that you can cook without an oven or microwave), water, and any other snacks (preferable high protein snacks such as protein bars) on hand. Not only will this save you a few trips to the groceries stores while you are trying to buy what everyone else is buying, but it will save you from any impulse purchases at that time.

Seal Windows and Doors

Have a door you don’t use in the winter? Place some kind of seal around it so the wind can’t blow in. Use plastic window coverings over all windows that tend to be drafty. Keep the cool air out and the warm air in.

Have Your Cars Ready

Don’t forget to make sure your cars are prepared too! Have a small emergency or roadside kit in each of them in case you get stuck in your vehicle. Make sure you also have blankets. Don’t forget to have your car services before winter as well and put on snow or studded tires if needed.

Prep Your Pets

Your pets need to prepare for winter as well! If your pets are outdoors you might want to consider heated water bowls and make sure that you have a small stockpile of pet food on hand as well in case you can’t get to the store.

What are your best tips on how to prepare for winter? What are some things you always make sure to get ready?

Retail Coupon Roundup | Osh Kosh, Yankee Candle, Carters + More!

Heading out to shop this weekend? Don’t leave the house without these coupons!

:: Top Retail Coupons

Adidas Outlet – $5 Off $19.99 Purchase When You Try on a Sequencial Tee (exp: 11/4/2014)
Belk – 20% Off Regular & Sale Price Purchases + More (exp: 11/4/2014)
Bonton – 25% Off Regular & Sale Price Womens, Mens & Kids Apparel + More (exp: 11/5/2014)
Carsons – 25% Off Regular & Sale Price Womens, Mens & Kids Apparel + More (exp: 11/5/2014)
Carters – 20% Off $40 Purchase (exp: 11/5/2014)
Dress Barn – 20% Off Entire Regularly Priced Purchase (exp: 11/4/2014)
Famous Footwear – 25% Off Entire Purchase Starting 10/30 (exp: 11/2/2014)
Kirklands – $10 Off $50 Purchase (exp: 11/2/2014)
Lord and Taylor – 15% Off Regular & Sale Price Items (exp: 11/5/2014)
Mens Wearhouse – 50% Off Clothing & Accessories and 30% Off Shoes (exp: 11/2/2014)
Osh Kosh BGosh – 20% Off $40 Purchase (exp: 11/5/2014)
Payless – 20% Off Entire Purchase (exp: 11/3/2014)
World Market – 25% Off All Furniture (exp: 11/27/2014)
Yankee Candle – Buy 2 Get 2 Free Candles (exp: 11/30/2014)

Prefer to shop online? Find 1000s of Online Coupon Codes right here on Moms Need To Know!

Thanks Surviving The Stores!

Restaurant Coupon Roundup | Carrabbas, Carl’s Jr, Souplantation, White Castle + More!

Heading out to eat or shop this weekend? Don’t leave the house without these coupons!

:: Top Restaurant Coupons:

Black Angus Steakhouse – $17.99 Top Sirloin Steak, Lobster & Shrimp Meal (exp: 11/17/2014)
Bravo – 20% Off Online Order (exp: 11/2/2014)
Carls Jr – $1 Off Mile High Bacon Cheeseburger Combo (exp: 11/2/2014)
Carrabbas – Free Kids Meal When You Buy Adult Entree Starting 10/31 (exp: 11/2/2014)
Carvel Ice Cream – $1 Off Sundae Dasher (exp: 11/7/2014)
Corner Bakery – Free Pumpkin Whoopie Pie with Lunch or Dinner Entree Purchase (exp: 11/4/2014)
Einstein Bros Bagels – $3 Off Bakers Dozen Box (exp: 11/9/2014)
Hardees – FREE Small Coca-Cola Freestyle Drink (exp: 12/15/2014)
Jacks – $3.50 for Cheeseburger, Fry, Drink & Pie + More (exp: 11/23/2014)
Maggianos – Buy 1 Pasta Get 1 Butternut Squash Ravioli To Take Home (exp: 12/3/2014)
Mimis Cafe – Buy 1 Get 1 Free Entree When You Buy 2 Drinks (exp: 11/9/2014)
Pizza Inn – $19.99 Party Pack (exp: 11/26/2014)
Souplantation – $29.99 Family Combo Including Beverages (exp: 11/5/2014)
Stevi Bs – $5 Large Cheese or 1-Topping Pizza To-Go (exp: 11/10/2014)
Sweet Tomatoes – 20% Off Adult Lunch When You Buy Drink (exp: 11/5/2014)
Togos – $1 Off Regular or Larger Sandwich (exp: 11/9/2014)
Tony Romas – $5 Off $20 Purchase (exp: 12/9/2014)
Village Inn – $5 Off 2 Entrees & 2 Drinks or $2.50 Off 1 Entree & Drink (exp: 11/14/2014)
White Castle – $3 Off Crave Case of 30 Sliders (exp: 11/9/2014)

Hungry for more restaurant deals? Check out the other recent restaurant coupons and freebies that I have posted.

Thanks Surviving The Stores!

Pumpkin Cake Donuts with Cinnamon and Sugar

Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Spice Donuts

My children just love when I make them homemade doughnuts.  Like most kids their again, they would eat doughnuts for every meal if I were to let them.  But I don’t, so they can’t.

But I am not a total meanie so I do let them have doughnuts some of the time, but I want to know what it is them.  That is why I have come up with a bunch of doughnut recipes that my kids love and I can feel better about serving them and this pumpkin cake donuts recipe is the new addition to our lineup at home!

Missed my other doughnut recipes?

To make them, you will need:

pumpkin cake donuts ingredients


  • 1/2 cup Vegetable Oil
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 15 oz Pumpkin Puree
  • 2 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 3/4 cups Flour
  • 3 tbsp Cinnamon Sugar

This pumpkin donut recipe uses the same pan that we used with the Chocolate Glazed Baked Donut Recipe. You should be able to find it at AC Moore, Michael’s, etc or you can always just grab it on Amazon. The easiest way to fill the cavities of the pan and to not make a mess is to transfer your batter to a gallon-sized zipper bag, cut off a corner of the bag and then “pipe” the batter in to the pan.

pumpkin cake donuts pan

As for the cinnamon and sugar on top – that is up to you. I will typically just sprinkle the mixture on top of the donuts (while warm), but if I am feeling extra generous, I will double the amount of cinnamon & sugar topping and actually dip the donuts in the mixture.  You can even sprinkle some on top of the batter before baking and then a little more after they are baked.

These makes my kids REALLY happy!

Scroll Down for the complete directions!

Pumpkin Cake Donuts with Cinnamon and Sugar

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 18 minutes

Total Time: 23 minutes

Pumpkin Cake Donuts with Cinnamon and Sugar


  • 1/2 cup Vegetable Oil
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 15 oz Pumpkin Puree
  • 2 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 3/4 cups Flour
  • 3 tbsp Cinnamon Sugar


  1. Preheat the oven to 350.
  2. Lightly grease doughnut pan.
  3. Combine the oil, eggs, sugar, pumpkin, spices, salt, and baking powder. Mix until blended.
  4. Add in the flour, stirring until blended.
  5. Use a piping bag or zippered bag to fill each donut shape about 3/4 full.
  6. Bake the doughnuts for 18 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
  7. Allow to cool in pan for 5 minutes then use a butter knife to gently loosen each from the pan.
  8. Transfer to a rack.
  9. Sprinkle each with cinnamon sugar while still warm.
  10. Allow to finish cooling on the rack.

What is On Sale The Month of November

What is On Sale The Month of November

November kicks off the holiday shopping season, and there are plenty of deals to be had throughout the entire month, not just on Black Friday. You’ll also get to save money on Halloween clearance and find some great grocery deals.

Here is what is on sale the month of November:

:: Grocery & Drugstore Deals in November

In-season produce: avocadoes, cabbages, celery, cranberries, carrots, dill, huckleberries, lemons, tangerines, pineapple, pears, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, squash, turnips, yams.

Thanksgiving sales: turkey, ham, sweet potatoes, boxed stuffing, boxed potatoes, canned gravy, cranberries, frozen dinner rolls, apples, canned pumpkin.

National Diabetes Month: sugar-free candies, juices, low-sugar snacks and cereals.

Baking sales: pie crusts, fruit fillings, sugar, four, baking soda, condensed milk, spices, baking nuts, chocolate chips, whipping cream, baking spray, muffin cups.

Great American Smokeout: Smoking cessation patches, nicotine gum and lozenges, chewing gum.

Household cleaning product sales: Oven cleaners, gloves, sponges, carpet cleaner, mops, brooms.

:: Other November Sales

Halloween clearance: costumes, candy, decorations, party plates and cups, candles, treat bags.

End-of-the-season clearance: fall decorations, tools, lawn care items, fall jackets and apparel, any remaining back to school items, patio furniture, grills, potted plants.

Black Friday sales: Retailers go all out for the day after Thanksgiving, and you can find amazing deals on just about anything you can imagine. Toys, books, puzzles, video games, and clothes are all on sale for kids. Housewares, apparel, shoes, and jewelry are all on sale for adults. You’ll also find plenty of sales on kitchen accessories, bakeware, and pots and pans to get ready for Christmas cooking and baking.

Cyber Monday sales: Cyber Monday is the best time to look for online deals. It is the Monday after Thanksgiving, and many retailers offer free shipping, early-bird specials, and exclusive online-only products. Be sure to check out as soon as our shopping cart is ready. These deals go fast, and until the items are paid for, they are still up for anyone to grab.

Electronics sales: Televisions, DVD players, cameras, and personal electronics all go on sale in November. Keep an eye out in the Sunday circulars and compare deals to online offers. While there are great deals to be had on Black Friday, you might be better off waiting until Cyber Monday or after. Also, make sure that you are actually getting a deal. Some advertised offers are only a few dollars cheaper than the original prices. Retailers rely on the hype of Black Friday to sell items that aren’t deeply discounted.

Chick Fil’A Chicken Nuggets + Dipping Sauce Recipe

Copycat Chick Fil A Chicken Nuggets and Dipping Sauce Recipe

I seriously love Chick Fil’A chicken! It is hands-down my favorite chicken sandwich out of all the fast food restaurants out there. I don’t eat it often, but when I find myself on the go and needing to get something quick to eat, Chick Fil’A will always be my first choice!

A while ago, I shared my recipe for Copycat Chick Fil’A Chicken Sandwiches, but my children aren’t a big fan of eating the chicken as a sandwich. They very much prefer the nuggets along with the dipping sauce. The process for making the chicken nuggets is pretty much the same as making the sandwich, but the chicken cooks much quicker.

As I have mentioned many times, I can’t stand frying foods in the house. It seems like the smell of the oil lingers in the house for 3 or 4 days. Because of that, whenever I do fry something, I try to make a double or triple batch and freeze the leftovers. These copycat Chick Fil’A Chicken Nuggets DO freeze beautifully – just pop them in the microwave for about a minute to reheat them!

You will need the juice from a pickle jar to marinate the chicken. If you don’t usually eat pickles, just pick up the cheapest jar of dill pickles at the store. Marinating the chicken in the pickle juice infuses a ton of flavor in to the chicken. There really is no substituion for it. Likewise, you need to use peanut oil to fry the chicken. While I do use vegetable or olive oil for most of the items that I fry or sautee….peanut oil is just another thing that you have to use if you want them to taste like the ones at Chick Fil’A!

Of course, what sets Chick Fil’A chicken nuggets apart is their “special” dipping sauce. Believe it or not, their sauce is just a mixture of 3 items that you probably already have in your refrigerator – Honey Mustard Dressing, Barbecue Sauce and a little bit of apple cider vinegar

Scroll down for the complete directions!

Chick Fil’A Chicken Nuggets + Dipping Sauce Recipe

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes

Cook Time: 3 minutes

Chick Fil’A Chicken Nuggets + Dipping Sauce Recipe


    For the Chicken Nuggets:
  • 1 cup Dill Pickle Juice
  • 1 lb Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 1 1/2 cup Flour
  • 3 tbsp Powdered SUgar
  • 2 tsp Salt
  • 1 1/2 tsp Pepper
  • 1/2 tsp Paprika
  • Peanut Oil
  • For the Dipping Sauce
  • 1/2 cup Ken's Steakhouse Honey Mustard Dressing
  • 1 tsp Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce
  • 1/2 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Additional
  • Peanut Oil for Frying


  1. Combine dipping sauce ingredients. Set aside.
  2. Cut chicken into roughly 1" pieces and place in zippered bag with pickle juice to marinate in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours.
  3. Whisk together milk and egg in a large bowl.
  4. Drain pickle juice from chicken and add the chicken to the egg mixture.
  5. Toss chicken to ensure all pieces are coated with the egg.
  6. Drain excess egg mixture.
  7. In a heavy skillet, heat oil over medium heat to about 375.
  8. In a zippered bag, combine flour, powdered sugar, paprika, salt and pepper. Shake well to mix.
  9. Add chicken to zippered bag and shake to coat.
  10. Cook chicken pieces in oil until crispy and browned (about 3 to 4 minutes).
  11. Drain cooked on paper towels.
  12. Serve with the dipping sauce

5 Rules For Keeping Houseplants Alive

5 Rules For Keeping Houseplants Alive

Keeping houseplants alive and thriving is not the easiest for everyone, but its not altogether impossible. Everything depends on the plant that you bring into your home, where you decide to place it and how much attention you give, or remember to, it. There are a few simple rules for keeping houseplants alive, and it starts from the moment you decide to bring a plant into your home.

Carefully consider each of these simple rules and tips to keep happy healthy plants growing in your home for many seasons to come.

Rules to Get Started

Before you even own a plant there are a few things you need to consider. First, do you have a place where a houseplant can live. Is there a sunny window? Do you have a windowsill or counter space free? Potted or hanging? Once you have these basic questions figured out and a place ready for a plant, you can shop smarter for a plant that can have its specific needs met based on what you can provide. It took several years of my husband buying me certain plants that I killed within about 6 weeks before we realized that, just because a local store is selling it for a holiday, that doesn’t mean that we can keep it alive once the holiday is over!

Rules for Adopting

Don’t just grab the first plant you see and like. A successful plant is the one that is already in good health and will not die quickly after being moved to an entirely new environment. Shop at a nursery where care is given to the plants, not where plants are just stored till they are sold. Big box chains are great for price, but they do not care for their plants and their individual needs the same way a nursery will. Look for plants that are watered, have clean leaves and that do not have roots hanging out of the bottom of the pot– something that indicates plants that have outgrown their pots a while ago. As for the flower itself, pay attention to what stage of growth it is in. If the plant it already wilting or has leaves that are dying back, pass and find a plant with flowers that are just beginning to bud.

Rules for Watering

Watering is where most folks tend to kill their houseplants, either over or under watering the plant because they don’t know how much water it needs or forget to water it for long spans and then drowns it in one episode. Find out what your plant needs first and try to stick to a routine. If you notice brown leaves, you aren’t watering enough. If your plant’s leaves are turning yellow, it needs less water. Pressing down on the soil should never result in water pooling on the surface and soil should also never be dry enough to be removed in a single clump.

Rules for Cleaning

A clean plant is a happy plant, because a clean plant can breathe. Dust settles on everything in the home, and you are not about to let dust collect on your plates so why would you let it collect on your plants. Regularly dust the leaves of your plant so that they can take in air and sunlight. Its also a great idea to give flowers some time in the bathroom where it can enjoy the steaming atmosphere when you shower. The steam will collect on the leaves and naturally wash away dirt, as well as work like a plant spa day.

Rules for Repotting

Finally, all plants will eventually outgrow the space they have been planted in and need to trade up. As soon as you start to see roots on the surface of the soil, sides of the pot or growing out the bottoms of the pot, it is time to move your houseplant to a bigger container. Always get a pot that is able to drain itself which will help a case of overwatering. The pot that you choose should be two to four inches wider and deeper to give roots room to spread out. Add new soil and water well after repotting.

Do you have any tips to add?

Is Wegmans Really More Expensive Than Other Stores?

Is Wegmans More Expensive

One thing that often shocks my friends and family is when I tell them that I do most of my shopping at Wegmans. Of course, I am well-known for always being able to find the best deals and without fail, the reaction is usually “Wait – YOU shop at Wegmans? They are so much more expensive than other stores!”.

I can see why people might think that…but there is one problem: they are wrong!

When you think of Wegmans – what do you usually think? A fabulous sushi bar, $20 pastries that are absolutely gorgeous, and what seems like miles of prepared foods. Walk to the area behind the produce section (at least in my store) and there is a huge cheese selection stocked with some pretty expensive cheeses (as well as reasonably priced cheeses), dips & spreads as well as a Olive Bar that is just amazing!


And of course, there is my personal favorite – the soup bar (especially when they have the Roasted Corn & Shrimp Chowder available. My mission this winter is to come up with a copycat recipe of that!)

“See!”, they say. “Wegmans really IS more expensive!”

But here is the deal. They aren’t more expensive – they just have more choices! Tempting, delicious choices that can cause someone without any willpower to overspend! But once you head to the “regular” groceries – they are really LESS expensive than other stores.  

Don’t believe me? Here’s why:

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Pumpkin Granola

Easy Pumpkin Granola

As October comes to a close, we are almost halfway through “pumpkin season”. I have to say, I don’t know why people only go nuts for pumpkin in October & November. From pumpkin pancakes to pumpkin spice latte to even pumpkin risotto, pumpkin is everywhere….but it will soon be gone until next year and everyone will act like it doesn’t exist again.

I don’t get it.  It’s not like pumpkin isn’t available all year long! Ok – maybe if you are using fresh pumpkin, you can really only get that at this time of the year…but most people use canned pumpkin which is available in the baking aisle all year long (even pumpkin pie spice is available in the spice section all year long)!  Why do we only seem to want pumpkin 2 months out of the year?

Anyway, since this is the time of year when we will eat or drink everything that is pumpkin, why not whip up a batch of this pumpkin granola? I absolutely love granola both for a snack as well as for breakfast (I sprinkle it over some vanilla or plain yogurt) and it is just easy to make it yourself and have exactly what you want in it. Feel free to tweak this to your taste (except for the pumpkin, syrup and oil – you need those!). I will often substitute dried cranberries for the raisins!

To make this pumpkin granola, you will need:


pumpkin granola ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cup Rolled Oats
  • 1/4 cup Maple Syrup
  • 2 tbsp Pumpkin Puree
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil
  • 1 tbsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1/2 cup Raisins
  • 1/3 cup Pecans
  • 1/4 cup Almonds


  1. Preheat your oven to 350.
  2. Mix together the oats, maple syrup, pumpkin, oil, spice and salt.
  3. Spread mixture out on a non-stick baking surface in a thin layer.
  4. Bake for 15 minutes.

    pumpkin granola process

  5. Break up the oats and bake for another 10 minutes.
  6. Cool completely.
  7. Add raisins and nuts and store in and air-tight container.


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Sunday Coupon Insert Sneak Peek | November 2, 2014

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There are 2 confirmed Coupon Inserts in the paper this weekend (November 2, 2014)… a SmartSource and a Redplum insert.

You can check it out on my Coupon Insert Preview page!

Don’t forget to stop back Saturday morning for my weekly Coupon Insert Preview post, where I highlight what I think are the best coupons and let you know how many newspapers I will be buying this week!

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the 2014 Coupon Insert Schedule

CVS Coupon Matchups | Week of November 2, 2014 Preview


Here is a sneak peek at the CVS Coupon Matchups and Deals for November 3, 2014.

New to shopping at CVS? Make sure that you read my How To Save Money at CVS post!. Don’t forget check out the CVS Coupon policy!

Zantac150, 24 ct or Zantac75, 30 ct, $8.99
$4.00/1 Zantac Product, 24 ct or Larger – 11-2-14 SS (exp 12/31/14)
$8.99 Zantac Mail In Rebate (will be available on 11/2/2014)
as low as FREE + overage after coupon and MIR

7UP, A&W, Canada Dry or Sunkist 2L $0.99
$0.30/1 coupon at the in-store CVS coupon machine
$0.25/1 Dr. Pepper, 7up, A&W, Canada Dry or Sunkist TEN Soda, 2 L; Available at Walmart
$1.00/1 Dr. Pepper, 7up, A&W, Canada Dry or Sunkist TEN Soda, 2 L; Must Share For This Value; Available at Walmart
as low as FREE after coupons

U By Kotex Liners, Pads or Tampons, $3.99
Get $2 Extra Care Bucks wyb 1
(limit 1)
$1.00/1 U by Kotex Tampons; DND
$1.00/1 U by Kotex Pads; DND
$0.25/1 U by Kotex Product; Excludes 14-22 ct, Liners and Trial Size – 10-12-14 SS (exp 11/22/14)
as low as $0.99 after coupon and ECBs

Hershey’s Holiday Kisses or Miniatures, 2 for $6
Get $3 Extra Care Bucks wyb 2
(limit 1)
$1.50 each after ECBs

TRESemme Shampoo, Conditioner or Stylers, $4
$2/1 coupon in the 11/2/2014 inserts
$2 after coupon

See the CVS Coupon Matchups and Deals for the current week

Shopping somewhere else this week? Make sure that you check out the rest of the drug store deals that I have posted!

Walgreens Coupon Matchups | Week of November 2, 2014 Preview

walgreens coupon matchups

Here is a preview of the best Walgreens Coupon Deals and Matchups that I see for the week of November 2, 2014! The full list of all deals will be available by Friday!

Don’t forget that you can also access all of these deals through your smartphone using the free Favado app!

New to shopping at Walgreens? Make sure that you check out my How To Save at Walgreens post. Don’t forget to register for the Walgreens Balance Rewards program so that you can start earning points on your purchases!

Zantac 150 24 ct, $9
$5 Zantac Rebate (should be available by 11/2 – Walgreens included the rebate info in their ad)
$4.00/1 Zantac Product, 24 ct or Larger
$4/1 coupon in the 11/2/2014 inserts
$4.00/1 Zantac Product, 24 ct or Larger – 9-7-14 SS (exp 11/30/14)
FREE after coupon and MIR

Carmex Lip Balm, 4 for $4
Get 1000 Balance Rewards Points wyb 4

$1.00/2 Carmex Lip Balm; DND – 10-19-14 SS (exp 12/31/14)
$0.30/1 Carmex Original Lip Balm; DND – 10-19-14 SS (exp 12/31/14)
as low as $0.25 each after coupons and BRs

No Doz Alertness Aid Caplets, $8
Get 3000 Balance Rewards Points wyb 1

$3/1 coupon in the 11/2/2014 inserts
$2 after coupon and BRs

Colgate Optic White Toothbrush + Whitening Pen, $12.99
Get a $5 Register Reward wyb 1

$5.00/1 Colgate Optic White Toothbrush+Whitening Pen – 10-12-14 SS (exp 11/07/14)
$2.99 after coupon and RRs

TRESemme Shampoo, Conditioner or Stylers, $3.99
Get 1000 Balance Rewards Points wyb 2

$2/1 coupon in the 11/2/2014 inserts
$1.49 each after coupons and BRs

Pantene Shampoo, Conditioner or Stylers, 3 for $12
Get 3000 Balance Rewards Points wyb 3

B1G1 Pantene Conditioner or Styler FREE wyb (1) Pantene Shampoo; Excludes Trial and Travel Size and 6.7 oz; Maximum Value $5; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 10-26-14 PG (exp 11/09/14)
$2.00/1 Pantene Styler, or Treatment; Excludes Trial and Travel Size, Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 10-26-14 PG (exp 11/30/14)
$5/3 coupon in the 11/2/2014 inserts
as low as $1 each after coupons and BRs

See the current list of Walgreens Coupon Deals

Shopping somewhere else this week? Make sure that you check out the rest of the drug store deals that I have posted!