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Take Kleenex Back to School!

Hey neighbors!

Everyone is gearing up for back to school, whether their children attend public school, private school or homeschool.  As your out shopping for supplies, don't forget to stock up with Kleenex.  I have two allergy sufferers in my family and then of course there is always fall and winter around the corner with colds and such.  I always try to stock up and these products when I can find a sale or coupon and Kleenex brand has a some special offers.

·         Online coupon for $.50 off, or $.75 off when you share with three friends
·         At Walmart you can find special packs of Kleenex facial tissue with even more Box Tops per bundle

Be sure to purchase enough for everyone.  My daughters like to carry the small packets in their purses for travel and when we are out and about.  I try to have a box in each bedroom and of course in our schoolroom.

Remember too, Kleenex is the only tissue that has Box Tops!

Thanks for stopping in, see you soon!

Comments

Arf2-D2 said…
Good reminder. Kleenex is always useful.
PS. I've had really good results with Sabadil for seasonal allergies. You can find it at Whole Foods or Amazon (I assume other places too, but those are the two that I know.)
Christy DuBois said…
We do the same as your family does in having Kleenex all over the house and the small packs in our purses. I never know when there will be a need for one but the need is often.

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