Coupons for Pantene, Tide, Starbucks, and More

Starbucks K CupsFrugal shoppers tend to use more than one website to get coupons from and to keep up with the newest deals. Coupons.com remains a frequent destination, probably because it is really simple to use. Have you ever wondered what their most popular coupons are? You can find out fast if you sign up for their email.

Coupons.com has started keeping track of what their most popular coupons of the week are. They sent me an email that said: “This week’s top coupons”. I’m not sure how, exactly, they are calculating which ones are the most popular. In any case, if you used all of the coupons in this week’s “top coupons” batch you will save a total of $6.90.

Pantene has a coupon that will save you $2.00 when you buy 2 Pantene products. This coupon excludes the trial and travel sizes.

Pantene has a coupon that will save you $2.00 when you buy 2 Pantene Expert Collection products. This coupon excludes the trial and travel sizes.

Tide has a coupon that will save you $1.50 when you buy 2 Tide Detergent or Tide Boost. This coupon excludes PODs and trial or travel sizes.

Tide has a coupon that will save you $0.40 when you buy 1 Tide Boost. This coupon excludes PODs and the trial or travel sizes.

Pampers has a coupon that will save you $0.50 when you buy 1 Pampers Wipes. This coupon is for the 60-count or larger sizes.

Crest has a coupon that will save you $0.50 when you buy 1 Crest Toothpaste. The coupon is fir the 4.0 ounce or larger sizes. The coupon excludes Cavity, Tartar Control, Baking Soda, and the trial or travel sizes.

Here’s a few more that didn’t make the “top coupons” but are still pretty good:

Starbucks has a coupon that will save you $1.50 when you buy any 1 Starbucks K-Cup pack. This coupon is for the 10-count to 16-count pack.

Philadelphia has a coupon that will save you $0.70 when you buy any 1 Philadelphia Snack Delights Cream Cheese Spread.

Oscar Mayer has a coupon that will save you $1.00 when you buy 2 packages of Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Lunch Meat.

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