New Printable Coupons: Huggies, Pillsbury and More
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New Printable Coupons: Huggies, Pillsbury and More

Posted on Sunday, August 15th, 2010 at 5:03 am
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Using Coupons is like Printing Money

Using Coupons is like Printing Money

Don’t you just love getting all of those great printable coupons? I usually do all of my match ups either Friday or Saturday mornings, depending on how it fits in with the week. Last week I was able to get 30 boxes of breakfast for free! My kids are in heaven, and I get all of this extra time in the morning.

So coupons really do work, and not just to save money. They saved me some time, too.

First Stop: A Ton of Printables

If you haven’t discovered it yet, we have a ton of printable grocery coupons available here at For example, there are all of the printable Huggies Coupons.

  1. $2.00 off ONE (1) HUGGIES Diapers Expires: 09/20/2010
  2. $2.50 off ONE (1) HUGGIES Pure & Natural Diapers Expires: 09/20/2010
  3. $3.00 off Any ONE (1) HUGGIES Snug & Dry Diapers Expires: 08/23/2010

With all of the great diaper deals going on at Amazon, I suggest you run there right now and stock up while the getting is good. My kids are out of the diaper phase, but there are plenty of ministries that would be happy to have these, and for so little cost, I can’t say no.

Straight from the Source

When you are done browsing through all of the great printable grocery coupons (just go to that Printable Coupons link at the top of the page to see them all, or click here), you’ll want to grab any printable grocery coupons that are issued straight from the manufacturer, usually through their website.

Sometimes these coupons are a simple print, sometimes you get to play a game and sometimes you have to sign up so the coupon can be emailed to you. Another avenue for printable coupons is Facebook. Keep checking back to this blog for the latest printable manufacturer coupons. Meanwhile, here are the best ones available right now.

  1. $0.50/1 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Rolls (double this during a sale, and you can get them practically for free)
  2. $1/1 Campbell’s Select Harvest soup
  3. $1/1 Udi’s Gluten Free
  4. $1/2 Healthy Choice Frozen Entrees and $.50/1 Healthy Choice Creamery Ice Cream

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