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$.75 Off Printable Coupons = Doubling Deals

Posted on Thursday, September 9th, 2010 at 4:22 am
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Your Grocery Receipt Doesn't Lie

Your Grocery Receipt Doesn't Lie

When all I would do is clip paper coupons (before printable coupons were available) I would scour the Sunday inserts of those $.75 off coupons. This is because with doubling or even tripling coupons at my local grocery store (which doesn’t double or triple anything that is more than $.99 off), I could get a lot of items for free. We haven’t actually paid for toothpaste since 2001, I think.

By concentrating on match ups lately, I realize that it has been a while since I examined those valuable $.75 off coupons. And there are plenty of them out there that can be used for free or cheap items. The Solo coupon, for example, will double to get me several different items for free.

$.75 doubled is $1.50 off an item and $.75 tripled is $2.25 off an item. So the secret is to find those items in the store that only cost $1.50 or less or $2.25 or less if you want them for free. Sometimes you can do this with sales, and other times the regular price of the item will qualify.

Even if the prices are a little higher, you are still maximizing that doubling or tripling savings when you use $.75 off coupons, if your store doesn’t double or triple $1 or more.

So, here are some of my favorite printable $.75 off coupons available today.


$0.75 off on one (1) Solo Cups, Plates or Bowls

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$0.75 off 1 Ban Brand Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant!

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$0.75 off 2 TACO BELL HOME ORIGINALS

Expires: 10/31/2010

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$0.75 off Yoplait Go-GURT Yogurt

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$0.75 off Hamburger Helper

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off Wanchai Ferry Dinner Kit

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off Restaurant Favorites Dinner Kit

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off MultiGrain Cheerios

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off Wheaties or Wheaties Fuel

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off Cascadian Farm

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off Muir Glen

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$0.75 off Glade Carpet & Room Odor Eliminator

Expires: 10/21/2010

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$0.75 off On Any GUM Flossers

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$0.75 off Frozen Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits

Expires: 10/30/2010

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$0.75 off Betty Crocker Gluten Free Dessert Mix

Expires: 10/30/2010

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$0.75 off Hamburger Helper

Expires: 10/30/2010

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