Register at Earthbound Farm, and each week you'll receive a coupon worth $0.75 off ANY Earthbound organic produce. If your store doubles, you might even land some FREE.
Please note that the coupons read for a specific organic item, however, they print for ANY organic Earthbound produce. Here's to saving on organic goodies.
$1.50 Tops sale for a bag of organic carrots
-$0.75 Earthbound coupon
-$0.75 coupon doubles
Now toothpaste (almost always FREE)
$1.50 Giant Eagle - Colgate large toothpaste
-$0.75 manufacture coupon
-$0.75 coupon doubles
Next up, pantiliners and pads (sorry gamer geeks)
$0.99 Wegmans price for Carefree pantiliners
-$0.50 manufacture coupon
-$0.49 coupon doubles (register adjusts coupon)
$1.99 Wegmans price for Stayfree pads
-$2.00 manufacture coupon
-$1.99 (register adjusts coupon)
And that wraps up Freebie Friday. Next week I'll talk about overage and how to make money couponing.
Until then, Happy Couponing and boogie boogie.
Posted by The Happy Whisk at 1:04 PM
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Yeah, a couple of those items I don't need...ReplyDelete
Alex: :-) Sorry 'bout that.ReplyDelete
Sounds great, if they were the brands I buy. Yeah, I'm picky like that! But hey, glad it works for you!! :)ReplyDelete
Important to stay on top of free stuff available.ReplyDelete
Free is my kinda price ;)ReplyDelete
Stacy: See, that's the great thing. I didn't pay for any of it. Makes trying new things easy.ReplyDelete
Trey: We're hitting monthly goals because of it.
Kim: Me too :) I think you'll enjoy the Earthbound Farm newsletter. And you don't have to sign up for the newsletter, to get the coupons.
I really wish we have a Wegman's near here.ReplyDelete
Susan: How about a Whole Foods? I miss being near one of those. Man alive. The fun ingredients.ReplyDelete
All I can say is your panty liners are a lot cheaper than in the UK................ReplyDelete
Why do I know this (blush)
Ian: Thanks for making me laugh on that one.ReplyDelete
I have no idea if any stores here double up on coupons....prairie dwellars usually love a deal so you'd think they would...I am going to have to look into this (or pay more attention)!!ReplyDelete
Impressive, most impressive. I believe you are a Jedi of couponing.
Lo-mo: If your markets have a Web site, then they might have their coupon policies online. Or, at the service desk.ReplyDelete
Coupon policies will also let you know what stores pay overage.
Happy Couponing :-)
One of my favourite four-letter words: FREE!ReplyDelete
Cheers to the deals!
Jenny: Me too :-)ReplyDelete
Pretty sure I'm not in the market for a couple of those....ReplyDelete
William: If you were, you could get them FREE.ReplyDelete