Coupons.com is one of the most popular coupon websites. Your favorite coupon blogs probably link directly to it. One of the things I like about it is that it frequently updates with new coupons. It is also a reliable source of printable grocery coupons. Here is what’s new at Coupons.com this week.
Here are the coupons that were featured in the Coupons.com email this week:
Big G has four different coupons for you this week. They are:
Save $1.00 when you buy 2 boxes of any flavor of General Mills cereals listed. The cereals you can choose from are Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, and Lucky Charms.
Save $0.50 when you buy 1 box of Reese’s Puffs cereal.
Save $0.50 when you buy 1 box of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal.
Save &0.75 when you buy 1 box of Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almond cereal.
Coupons.com also has a batch of coupons on “beverage products”. They are:
Save $1.00 on any 1 Jamba All Natural Frozen Smoothie Kit.
Save $1.50 on any 1 bottle of Sambazon Organic Juice or Smoothie.
Save $1.00 on 1 bottle of So Delicious Dairy Free New Almond Plus with 5x protein of any other almond milk. This coupon says that it is redeemable at Walmart.
Kellogg’s has a coupon that will save you $1.00 on any 1 Kellogg’s FiberPlus Nutty Delights Bars.
Nature Valley has a coupon that will save you $0.50 when you buy 2 boxes of any Nature Valley Granola bars (5 count or larger) OR Nature Valley Granola Thins.
This time, Coupons.com also has a batch of coupons on cleaning products. They are:
Save $0.75 on any 1 Comet Bathroom Spray.
Save $1.00 on any 2 Glade Carpet & Room Odor Eliminator products.
Save $1.00 on any Comet Stainless Steel Cleaning Product. This coupon is redeemable at Walmart.
The “Offer of the Week” is a coupon that will save you $1.25 on any 1 bag of Pup-Peroni dog snacks (5.6 ounce or larger).
The email I was sent also included a link to more coupons. “Heading to the Beach? Dive Into Some Great Summer Deals!” When I clicked on that link, the first coupons I saw were the same ones that were featured in the email, (and that I’ve already seen). From there, it simply lets you scroll through the entire collection of coupons at Coupons.com. In other words, this isn’t the same type of offer as the one they put together for the 4th of July.
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