FREE Toothpaste & Toothbrushes at King Soopers

Crest toothpaste FREE Toothpaste & Toothbrushes at King SoopersCrest Toothpaste 6.4oz $1
-minus $0.75/1 4oz or larger (6/5 or 7/3 PG)
Final = FREE!

Oral-B Indicator Toothbrush $1
-minus $2/2 (7/3 PG)
Final = FREE!

Ivory or Safeguard Bar Soap $1
-minus $0.50/1 (7/3 PG)
Final = FREE!

I’m also picking up chicken leg quarters for $0.59/lb – great price to stock my freezer.

Thank you Bargain BlessingsGo here to see her whole list of weekly deals at Kings this week.

And don’t forget to print your coupons:

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Kellogg’s
Cellfire
CoolSavings
Coupon Network
Vocalpoint

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5 Responses to FREE Toothpaste & Toothbrushes at King Soopers

  1. Laura S says:

    Just have to tell you that I was so inspired by what I read yesterday – both what you’ve posted & linked to – that I just went to the Dollar Store to get my papers. Now to clip & figure out what to do with all of it. :)

    • Daria says:

      Yay! So glad to be helpful. I did put together a very basic intro to couponing in this post: http://savingtoberich.com/2011/07/mondays-money-tip-beginners-guide-to-couponing/ But basically I store my coupons by date, then clip when I am ready to go shopping and have a blogger showing me the matchups. This isn’t a perfect system, but does save a ton of time which is pretty important to me. :) First step is just building your coupon “stockpile” so that you have the previous inserts to turn to when a sale comes up. So glad to help!

  2. Laura S says:

    Thanks! Its a tad overwhelming for me, as of recently I have only used what coupons I have had to match my list & do plan menus based on what’s on sale – so better than nothing I guess. I have done the strategic planning before but have gotten overwhelmed. Trying to find a happy medium. :)

    • Daria says:

      Planning meals around what’s on sale is pretty key! The other big savings I’ve found is by stockpiling things when they are on sale – so filling your freezer and pantry. This depends on how much space you have of course – but someone told me sales are in 3 month cycles, so stockpiling what you would eat in 3 months is enough – no need to save more than that. Maybe 4 months just in case – but not crazy like the people on extreme couponing. Unfortunately I can’t often get enough granola bars or kids’ lunch staples to last that long – but usually they tend to be more frequent. I will never buy toothpaste or toothbrushes or deodorant or floss or soap again though – they always have rotating free (with coupons) sales. I donate SO much of that stuff.

    • Daria says:

      Added a new post for you today. ;)

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