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If your grocery bill just keeps getting higher as each week passes by, you’re not alone — everything from eggs to meat to, yes, feminine products is seeing an increase due to a variety of reasons, inflation being one of them. With the dreaded “pink tax” on feminine products and rising prices across the board, it can be hard to find low prices on incontinence products.
But with Walmart’s everyday low prices on Poise pads and liners, plus cash-back discounts from Ibotta, saving money is always within reach. Here are all the current Ibotta offers (available now through March 4) and more ways to save on Poise products.
Women who suffer from incontinence spend an average of $750 per year to manage their symptoms.
The cost of incontinence is no secret — one study found that women spend an average of $750 a year on out-of-pocket incontinence management. Other research shows that women with severe urinary incontinence spend an average of $900 per year on treatments.
Even though insurance covers most medical treatments and procedures, incontinence pads, liners, and other products to help manage symptoms are paid out of pocket. A near $1,000 per year is a huge sum of money to fork over for these products, which is why finding ways to save is all the more important.
Always look for Poise coupons to get the biggest discounts.
Coupons are key to saving money on period pads, and Poise coupons are easy to find at any time. The Krazy Coupon Lady always has your back with the latest coupons on Poise products, but you can also get them directly from the Poise website. They list all their available coupons online that you can print from home and use at any store that sells Poise. These are great to use in store at Walmart, especially on top of a sale price.
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Stack coupons with Ibotta rebates to save even more on your Poise purchases.
With the Ibotta app, you can claim cash-back rebates on essential purchases when you buy certain products (like Poise) from certain stores. The best part is, most Ibotta offers let you stack coupons with rebates to maximize your savings.
Ibotta currently has a bunch of rebates on Poise® products, which are available starting today (Feb. 22) to use through March 4. One of the best offers gives you $3 back on one 39-count pack (or larger) of Poise Pads or Liners. Combine that with a printable coupon for $2.50 off Poise Pads or Liners and you’re already saving $5.50 on your purchase.
You can sweeten the deal more and grab extra savings with an Ibotta bonus. Right now, there’s an Ibotta bonus for an extra $3 back on Poise Overnight and Poise Pads, plus an extra $1 back when you redeem two Ibotta offers at Walmart by March 4.
Ibotta Rebates on Poise Products (available through March 4)
Poise products are HSA, FSA, and Medicare Advantage eligible.
Did you know Poise products are HSA-eligible expenses? If you have a Health Savings Account or a Flex Savings Account which may be expiring soon or by the end of the year, stock up on Poise pads and liners when you can to save money down the line. Consider placing a bulk order with your HSA or FSA so your yearly budget isn’t affected by the extra costs around these feminine products.
Get even more perks as a Walmart Plus member.
Buying Poise products from Walmart pays off even more if you’re a Walmart Plus member.
A Walmart Plus membership gets you free same-day delivery and free next-day and 2-day shipping from Walmart. You also get the chance to earn rewards on certain items online and in store, then use them to save more on future Walmart purchases. The only downside is Walmart doesn’t accept coupons online. So while you may be able to get extra shipping perks with Walmart Plus, you’ll miss out on the coupon savings. On a brighter note, Ibotta does have rebates available for Walmart.com purchases.