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Free Milk and Other Coupons

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Lots of hot printable coupons out there right now:

Enter a contest to win milk for a year, or just print two coupons for a free gallon with $100 grocery purchase (hit the Back button on your browser to print. Since the coupon is good for up to $4 and milk these days often only costs $1.99 a gallon, I like to use these coupons to encourage myself to buy organic milk. (Thanks Krazy Coupon Lady and pretty much everyone else.)

Coupons.com has new Huggies coupons including $2.50 off the Pure & Natural variety (by the way I bought a few packs of these with coupons and they work fine), $2/1 overnights and 75 cents off wipes.

Print $1/1 Quaker oats (instant or regular) here and here. I'll let you know if I see any oatmeal on sale for a buck or close to it, which would make for free oatmeal with this coupon. (Thanks Common Sense With Money.)

Mommy Snacks lists a bunch of new printable coupons including $2/2 Nabisco crackers.

Mashup Mom has links to coupons for Edy's ice cream and Coke. The Edy's is $1/1 and the Coke is $2/4 -- and there is no print limit! That Edy's coupon is sure to come in handy for the next big Jewel-Osco Catalina deal.

This $3/1 Neosporin Lip Health coupon must have been reset because I was able to print two more, which will make for a $1 moneymaker at Walgreens. (Thanks Surviving the Stores.)

Finally, a warning: If you were planning to buy $30 worth of Johnson & Johnson products and submit for a $10 rebate, My Brain Is Inside Out reports that people are only getting the check if their total was $30 after coupons. Bah.

Photo by Joe Shlabotnik, used via Creative Commons license. 

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rebecca said:

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not sure that coupon link really works - when I logged in for that contest, the available coupon was a free half gallon of chocolate milk when you bought regular milk. When I tried the link you post, I get the "sorry, you have already printed the maximum number of this coupon" message. Bummer!

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