One great way to get high-dollar coupons is to sign up to get company coupon booklets. You usually have to set up an account at their website and you will receive periodic emails with recipes, deals, tips or other miscellaneous junk, but you get some sweet coupons out of the deal.
This is a good reason to have a separate email address just for couponing. I haven’t done it yet and I’m starting to receive spam in my gmail account, which is pretty good at stopping spam.
Home Made Simple from P&G–$27
Dinner Made Easy from Betty Crocker–$10
Spend $15 in Colgate items, get a free travel bag with product samples & coupons–get the form here.
Spend $50 in P&G products, get $120 worth of coupons–get the form here. All the Pampers from Albertsons last week should work for this one. Proof of purchase not required–yah
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