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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Cereal, Milk, and Cookie Dough!

Get your coupons and calculators, it's time to prepare for double coupon Wednesday!

The biggest deals I see are opportunities to earn coupons for free milk with the purchase of cereal or cookie dough. (Sorry, no pictures since my internet doesn't seem to want to upload today.)
  • General Mills Cereal, buy 6 boxes in a single order and get $10 off plus 2 coupons for free milk! The cereal is usually priced around $3.25 a box, so you can figure the cereal will be about $20, minus $10=$10 for 6 boxes and 2 gallons of milk! You can lower your OOP for the cereal by using coupons. Click here for General Mills coupons ($0.55/1, $1/3, $0.50/1, $0.75/1) and also here for $1 off Cheerios coupons, and check here and here. . Remember you can print 2 of each coupon. Lower your OOP even more by shopping on double coupon day! Depending on which coupon you use on which cereal, you could get 6 boxes of cereal and 2 gallons of milk for less than $2!
  • Buy 2 Nestle Cookie Dough at 2/$6 and get a coupon for one free gallon of milk!
    Go here and register if you need to. Then print out a coupon for $1/1 cookie dough, then hit the back button to print it again. Buy 2 cookie doughs on double coupon day and they will be $1 each after coupons, plus you get a free gallon of milk (usually around $2.09). If your family drinks milk anyway, you can look at it as getting the cookie dough for free! :-)
  • Cottonelle Bath Tissue, Viva, or Scott Paper Towels, $5.99, limit 2. $0.50 off Cottonelle, $1 off Scott Paper Towels, both in 6/14 SS coupon insert, $1/4 Scott mega rolls here.
  • Viva or Scott Paper Towels Single Rolls, $1.79. $0.50/2 coupon here.
  • Tombstone Pizza, 4/$10. Save your receipts and you could get $ back for bills! See here for details.
Spend $25 in one order before coupons and you will be able to double 5 coupons (so your final total could be $15 if you used 5 $1 coupons that took off $10). If your family usually spends $50 or more a week, consider splitting your groceries into two orders and then you can double 10 coupons. Just put a divider between your groceries on the belt. I do it every week (in fact last week I did 4 transactions and doubled 20 coupons, so it really is fine to do it this way).


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