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Learn to Shop for Free with Coupons

It is simply amazing how many absolutely free things you can get every week! To keep you up-to-date with all the free deals, each week we publish a post outlining the freebies and moneymakers. Of course, free deals are extremely popular, so you may run into times that the shelves are empty. Don’t forget to get a rain check when that happens. I love rain checks because then I never have to miss out on a free deal! Also, ask your store when they restock and plan to shop that day if you miss the deals earlier in the week!

These deals are valid Sunday 8/12 – Saturday 8/18. Check back through the week as we update this post!

WALGREENS:

Renew Life Omega Smart Super Krill, 60 ct, $10.00, sale price through 8/18
Buy 1, Receive $10.00 Register Rewards
Final Price: Free

Good ‘N Natural Bar, $1.29
Use FREE Good ‘N Natural Bar, up to $1.29 from RP 8/12 (exp 9/15)
Final Price: Free

CVS:

Good ’N Natural Bar $0.99
Use FREE Good ‘N Natural Bar, up to $1.29 from RP 8/12 (exp 9/15)
Final Price: Free

Touch Verio IQ Blood Glucose Monitoring System $39.99, sale price through 8/25
Use $45.00/1 OneTouch Verio IQ Meter, limit one coupon per person from SS 8/5 (exp 10/5)
Final Price: Free

Chek Nano Smart View Blood Glucose Monitoring System $9.99, sale price through 8/25
Use $10.00/1 Accu-Chek Nano SmartView System, limit one coupon per customer from RP 7/29 (exp 12/31)
Final Price: Free

RITE AID:

Buy 2 Stayfree Maxi Pads, 14-24 ct, $3.00
Buy 1, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward, limit 2
Use one $2.00/1 Stayfree Product, limit 1 coupon per customer, no more than 4 coupons of any kind for the same product in the same transaction from SS 7/22 (exp 8/31)
Pay $4.00, Receive two $2.00 +Up Rewards
Final Price: Free

Buy 2 Bic Silky Touch Women’s Disposable Razors, 10 ct $3.99, regular price
Buy One Get One 50% Off
Receive $2.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2
Use two $3.00/1 Bic disposable razor, excludes trial size, limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from SS 8/5 (exp 9/2)
Pay $0.99, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $1.01 Moneymaker

TARGET:

Carefree Acti-Fresh To Go Pantiliners, 20 ct $0.99, regular price 
Use $1.00/1 Stayfree, Carefree or o.b., excludes trial size, Target Coupon from Target Johnson & Johnson Insert 7/29 (exp 8/25)
Final Price: Free

Bayer Chewable Aspirin, Orange or Cherry 36 ct $2.29, regular price
Use $3.00/1 Bayer Aspirin Product, 20 ct or larger from SS 6/24 (exp 8/18)
Final Price: Free

BIC Silky Touch Razors, 10 ct $2.99, regular price
Use $3.00/1 BIC Disposable Razor, excludes trial size from, limit of 4 like coupons per visit from SS 8/5 (exp 9/2)
Final Price: Free

Comet Stainless Steel Powder Cleanser, 17 oz $1.99, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Comet Stainless Steel Cleaning Product – (coupons.com)
Or $0.75/1 Comet Stainless Steel Item, Bath Spray or Cream from SS 4/1 (exp 9/1)
Or $0.75/1 Comet Stainless Steel Spray, Cream Cleanser & Polish or Powder Cleanser from All You 5/12 pg 57 (exp 10/1)
Or $0.75/1 Comet Product from All You Apr ’12 (exp 9/1)
And use $1.00/1 – Comet Stainless Steel Cleaning Item, Target Coupon – (coupons.com) available under zip code 90210
Final Price: Free

Aquafresh Kids Fresh ‘N Fruity Toothpaste, 4.6 oz $1.87, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Aquafresh Kids Fresh ‘N Fruity Toothpaste – (aquafresh.com)
And use $1.00/1 – Aquafresh Toothpaste, 4.3 oz or Larger, Target Coupon – (target.com) look under “back to school”
Final Price: Free

Paper Mate Pens, 10 ct $1.00, sale price
Use $1.00/1 – Paper Mate Writing Instrument, Target coupon – (target.com) 
Final Price: Free

WALMART:

BIC Silky Touch Razors, 10 ct $2.94, regular price
Use $3.00/1 BIC Disposable Razor, excludes trial size from, limit of 4 like coupons per visit from SS 8/5 (exp 9/2)
Final Price: $0.06 Moneymaker

BIC Comfort 3 Shaver for Men, 2 ct $2.88, regular price
Use $3.00/1 BIC Disposable Razor, excludes trial size from, limit of 4 like coupons per visit from SS 8/5 (exp 9/2)
Final Price: $0.12 Moneymaker

Earthbound Farm Organic Carrots, 1 lb $0.94, regular price
Use $0.75/1 – Earthbound Farm Organic Product – (ebfarm.com)
Final Price: $0.19

The Natural Dentist Stim-U-Dent Plaque Remover $3.19, regular price
Pay $3.19, Submit for mail in rebate here (Purchase by 8/31)
Final Price: Free

Aquafresh Extreme Clean, 0.8 oz $0.97, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Aquafresh Extreme Clean product, any – (aquafresh.com)
Final Price: Free

Accu-Chek Nano Smart View System $9.72, rollback price
Use $10.00/1 Accu-Chek Nano Smart View System from RP 7/29
Final Price: $0.28 Moneymaker

 

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17 thoughts on “Learn to Shop for Free with Coupons”

  1. Cutiecv03 says:

    My cvs has the accu-check nano for $19.99. :( I was wondering if anyone found it for $9.99.

  2. Valerie_bone says:

    For the verio iq the coupon is for $45 but its on sale for $39 will they adjust the coupon down? Or give you the overage? Just brewed to know if i should grab filler items?

  3. When it says “from SS” what does SS mean?

    • hbaughn says:

      smart source – the coupon insert from sundays paper :)

    • Anonymous says:

      SMARTSOURCE IS ONE OF SEVERAL BRANDS OF COUPON INSERTS THAT FREQUENTLY COME IN YOUR SUNDAY NEWSPAPER. OTHERS INCLUDE REDPLUM (RP) AND PROCTOR & GAMBLE (P&G).

  4. When it says ”
    from SS”, what does SS mean?

  5. Cayacoup says:

    Last week, a $2/1 Crest T/P catalina printed out at Walgreens. Wish I knew what I bought that triggered it so I could have gotten two. lol  But bought (2) Crest T/P @ 2/$6, used (1) $2/1 catalina and (1) $.75/1 mfr (RP7/29). Made it $3.25 or $.25 after RR. :)

  6. Bertiedoodle says:

    was the good n natural bar a regional coupon, i cant find it in my paper

  7. jelksfamily says:

    I am new to this couping experience.  :-)  I am getting overwhelmed with printing coupons.  Can you all provide some tips on how you print coupons?  Is it once a week, everyday, only when you need it.  It seems like I can print everyday and find new ones.  I’m using coupons.com, SS, and RP mainly.  Also provide tips on printing multiple coupons (not regarding print limit but use in store)?  Some coupons are unlimted, only 2 or only 4 at a single purchase.  How do you tackle this without wasting printer paper and ink.

    • Mandi182127 says:

      I check the sites daily for new coupons. I will only print the coupons that I know I will use, and try to match them up with KLC deals.  To avoid wasting paper, I try to print atleast 3 at a time (since coupons.com prints 3 to a page). If I print from SS and it only prints the coupon with no advertisment, then I will rotate the paper and print the second coupon and then I use the middle section of the paper for my shopping lists….

    • Anonymous says:

      Welcome to the coupon world!!! :D  I receive KCL’s emails daily.  If I see there a IP that I might need that’s a “hot item”, I print it right away because those are gone super fast…  If I don’t need it and it’s not a “hot item”, I just print it as needed…  Sometimes it’s happened that when I need it it’s not there anymore, but oh well…  At the beginning I’d print all the ones I thought I might need but I ended up not using all of them and I felt like I was wasting ink and paper.  Granted the MQs are sent to the troops, but the Target ones, for example, I can’t and they are just a waste (I try to leave them at the store next to the product that’s discounted with the Q, but I don’t live by one, so sometimes they just expire in my binder)…  So, whatever you feel will work for you…  This method is good for me… HTH :D

      • Anonymous says:

        Thank you for the advice.  My husband is getting frustrated with me.  I buy stuff even though we have never used it before, I feel like I should buy it because it’s a great deal.  I will learn one day.  :-)

        • Anonymous says:

          Well, my hubby too…  He thinks couponing takes too much of my time but it really doesn’t because this blog helps me a lot saving me a lot of time because the deal is broken down with the Qs that should be used, etc…  And the daily emails help with all that…  But, in your case, if it’s a good deal AND it’s something you are going to use, then it’s ok.  I mean, in my case, I don’t have children, so I would not buy diapers even if they are for free because I wouldn’t use them… Or I wouldn’t get Cheerios even for free because neither my hubby nor I eat them…  Lol…  I know that as a couponer you are not supposed to marry any brand, but there’s certain things that need to be a certain brand in this household…  Others, like detergents, dishwashing liquid, paper towels, shampoos, etc, I can get whatever brand has the best deal…  So, try to see what works the best for you and your husband…  Don’t feel just tempted with the deal if you are really not going to end up using the item ;)  And the deals come back after a few weeks…  So, if you already have enough of something, just wait till the next cycle…  And the coupons you don’t use try to donate them to the troops if you can…  There’s a link in this blog that tells you how to do so…  ;)