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Posted on Saturday, May 29th, 2010 at 4:04 pm
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Everyone who uses Pampers cannot get enough of Pampers coupons. You look for them in the newspaper, you trade for them, and you print them fast when they appear online.  You want the best possible deal.

When you buy your diapers online, you can save money on Pampers by using our special online coupons.  These will vary from store to store.  Online savings can be significant, and are way more convenient than going to a brick and mortar store. Still, you’ll want to check out the specials at major supermarkets, big box and drug stores, so that you can use your paper and printable coupons, get the sale price, and maybe even a cash back rebate as well.

Next, check out the Pampers website, and sign up for Pampers Gifts to Grow.  Enter the codes from inside each package online, and get great rewards from the Pampers Gifts to Grow catalog. The rewards include coupons for Pampers, free item coupons for related products, and other great gifts.  Get free toys, admission to family attractions, and gift cards.  Save money on your Pampers purchase, and get rewards!  Now that is a great bargain.

You can also check out our blog articles to show you great deals on Pampers. It’s a lot of fun to match up deals available for a limited time.  You’ll find from time to time that there are great matchups for sales and coupons at CVS, Walgreens, and KMart, and you can combine sales, coupons, and these in store rewards programs for greatly reduced prices.  Then you can also use the Pampers rewards points!

Be sure to keep checking back for our online Pampers deals.  You’ll find that they change and you will want to be kept up to date.  Between online offers, printable coupons, newspaper insert coupons, and great store sale matchups, you’ll never pay full price.

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