These were part of the spend $30 get $10 Eb. I bought 4 @ 7.99 regular price, used a 15% off coupon, used 4 $5 off similac checks, used $4.50eb, and paid $2.xx; got $10 Eb in return. Having a baby this time around isn’t so hard on my pockets ever since I learned how to coupon 🙂

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Those individual feeding bottles aren’t $7.99, but the large ones are.
I have a similar brag. I bought 4 @ $7.99. Used a 30% off store coupon, used 4 $5 checks. Paid $2 got 10 Extra bucks back.

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How dp you get the 5 dollar checks

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Go to Enfamil’s webpage and subscribe to get samples in the mail.

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I wished I knew how to coupon when my toodlers were babies(2 and 1 yrs old). I had to buy formula the big can for $24+ I ran out of formula alot of times. I then subscribe for Enfamil and started receiving those checks. I found at Food Maxx those same cans for $19 so they would cost me $14 each but now that I coupon I look back and know that I could of done a better deal using coupons. I tell my husband that I will be ready for baby #3 when I stock up on diapers and formula lol

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