All the great deals on liners at Walmart make me wonder why anyone would pay full price. These Kotex U Liners are a mere 24 cents for a package of 18! As a KCL, I know to stock up at price like this.




Kotex U Liners, 18 ct $1.24, regular price
Use $1.00/1 Kotex U Liners, excludes trial size from SS 7/8 (exp 9/2)
Final Price: $0.24 

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can i use this coupon it says 1 dolar off on any one package of u by kotex product ( not good on trial zise)

I went to get some (10) yesterday. The cashier and another cashier both wanted to fight with me about them being travel size. I had nothing but a fight took me 30 minutes to cash out with about 25 items. My total was 99.00 and after coupons ended up being $33.00. When I left there I called and asked for the highest manager on duty. I gave her a ear full about how I was treated and how embarrased I was. So she told me the next time I go in there to pick up a $20 card at the service desk for my troubles.

Every week I have been putting a lot of time into going to the stores and couponing. I usually go right when all the stores open up, to catch the deals and get in and out rather quickly so I can enjoy my Sundays off. Recently, the last month everytime I got to the stores even early in the morning all the deals I am looking for are already gone. Even if I go right when the doors open. Im not sure what I am doing wrong, for three weekends in a row I tried three different cities. Nothing is working. I am almost going to give up, what should I do because by the time I get to any stores everything is gone. If you dont make it by noon on the Sunday everything comes out your wasting your time. I tried Sunday to get the BIC razors from Walmart, then Target both sold out, along with most deals. Rite Aid and Walgreens had very few deals left around 9 in the morning.

I am sorry to hear about your experience. When an item is sold out, many stores will provide a “rain check”, which allows you to buy the product when it’s back in stock for the same price that it was advertised for when it sold out. Because deals tend to sell out quickly, it’s best to get to the store as soon as the sales begin. 
I hope you stick with it–even though it’s frustrating at times, it’s a rewarding pursuit!

I am new to couponing.. How do you get the coupon? It is from the smart source right? But it isn’t available now? So hopefully you printed it out in July and just held onto it in hopes that they went on sale and you can use it to get a great deal?

 It was in the 7/8/12 insert of Smart Source which are in newspapers. Smart Source website doesn’t always have all the coupons that are in the paper.

@171a651eaf3555902d988934f5249cd8:disqus is correct. It was a print coupon; it’s unavailable to print. If you’re new to couponing and want to learn more, pick up a copy of the book “Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey!” –it’s really informative!

I got it last night on my kindle..but I am only two chapters in so I was curious… thanks for responding!

Hope you enjoy the book!

I got these for 12 cents (employee discount !) and got my coupon from the free sample of kotex. :) I also sent the sample to my sister who lives with her bf and she gave me the coupon so I can buy another box 😀 

If you have the coupon you can get them for 15 cents at HEB. I got 20 boxes for $3!!

what is heb?

H-E-B is a grocery store in Texas.

not a fan of these liners….

 I’m just the opposite, I love these liner! Wish I had a coupon..

You can buy coupons on Ebay!

Thanks! I did!! :)

I have about 20 boxes of these sitting in my closet.  I stocked up last year and then my teen daughter told me they are horrible!  (I only use Always myself.)  So now I need to donate them.  She is a big fan of the “U” line of products but not these. 

If you”re serious about donating them I’d love them! I use these all the time and they work great for me =) Sorry to hear you don’t like them.