Tuesday, November 3, 2009

New Coupons: Scotties, Country Crock + More!


There's a new high value printable coupon available: save $1 on any Scotties Facial Tissue 60-264 ct single or multipack! Just go here and sign up to print this coupon.

This coupon should make for a sweet deal! I've seen the small single packs of Scotties Tissue priced around $1.25, so possibly ONLY $0.25 after the coupon!

Other New Coupons:

Save $0.50 on any one Country Crock Product

(Thanks, Callie!)

Lots of SC Johnson Coupons

Glade, Drano, Windex + More!
(Thanks, Tressa!)

Save $0.75 on any Beech-Nut Let's Grow! Biter Biscuits or Cookies

This is a SmartSource coupon and will print immediately after clicking the link.
(Thanks, PocketYourDollars!)

Save $1/2 18 oz bottle of Fruit2o & $0.55/1 6 pack


Save $5 on $25 or more at Rite Aid

Use zip code 90210, if you don't see the coupon.
(Thanks, Stephanie!)

22 comments:

shelby said...

i only received a .50 cents off on Scotties

Anonymous said...

sc johnson sez the coupon prints are expired already! boo

san said...

glade coupons didn't print for me:(

Reiko said...

For the Scotties, you can print both a $0.50 & $1 coupon twice each per computer! Answering "no" gets you the $1 and "yes" gets you the $0.50

san said...

thanks reiko

Anonymous said...

yayyy they have the rite aid 2010 :D

amy said...

I tried both "yes" and "no" answers and was only offered the $0.50 coupon.

MalibuBeachBum said...

Amy -

Same thing happened to me at first. I only got the $.50 coupon but then I tried this:

If you have more than one email address, try another and be sure to answer "no" to the question. I got to print two $1.00 coupons.

Good luck!

Samantha said...

WOW Scotties are almost always $1 at Weis, so this means free tissues for me (50¢ will double!).

KariY said...

Does anyone know whether Scotties are sold at WalMart, Target, Kmart, or Walgreens?

Anonymous said...

KariY,

Theres a store locator on the bottom left hand corner.

Anonymous said...

Did you all see where you can sign up for them to send you a $100 Visa card? Is this for real?

Lynne said...

The Scottie coupon is only .50 for me too.

SweetCanela said...

SC Johnson no prints available for this campaign!

Anonymous said...

I COULD ONLY GET COUNTRY CROCK BUT THATS OK BECAUSE I DO ALOT OF BAKING AT THIS TIME OF YEAR.

Nicole said...

clicking no got me the one dollar... wonder why they would give their valued customers the lower valued coupon...

Rachleigh_2002@yahoo.com said...

I only received the .50 cent off too.

MalibuBeachBum said...

Valued customers = lower value coupons. NOW THAT'S gratitude for ya'!! LOL!

But really, it's probably to draw in NEW customers. They already know that their regular customers will continue to buy their products so they offer their non-customers higher value coupons to reel them in.

Anonymous said...

This worked out great for me. I printed (2) sets of the $1 and the 50 cents. Thanks for the tip. It was double coupon day at my grocery store. And the Scotties were on sale for 1.52. I snagged 3 for 52 cents! Then I sent 3 proofs of purchase to get a free soccer ball. I don't remember the URL right now, but if anyone wants it, write a comment on here, and I'll see if I can find it.

Anonymous said...

I just thought of something. You are actually better off with the 50 cent coupon because it can be doubled or even tripled. Harris Teeter has triples coming up and this would be a good thing for that.

Lolo said...

Whenever there is a coupon that you are being offered and it asks you to answer questions to reveal the savings, always pick items that are from a competitor, or in this case that you are not already a user of the product because they will try to get you to buy their product with a higher savings. If you already buy their product they know you will buy it again so they offer you some savings but not a large savings to draw you in!

Anonymous said...

I successfully used the 50 cents coupons at Harris Teeter for triples. I got each box free with overage. If you can get more 50 cents coupons it is worth it.