Tuesday, November 17, 2009

New High Value $1/1 Coffee-Mate Coupon!


Hurry on over to here and login or register
to print a new high value Coffee-Mate coupon: Save $1/1 Holiday Creamer! As you may know, these $1/1 coupons make for some sweet deals when paired with sales! Walgreens often has these on sale buy one at $2.49, get one free. Buy 2 and use 2 $1/1 coupons--your final cost will be $0.49 for 2! Hopefully they'll be on sale again soon!

(Thanks, MySweetSavings & Callie!)

94 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you! The Peppermint Mocha is my favorite. Who needs to pay $5 for one cup of coffee at Starbucks when you can get sweet deals like this for at home?! :)

Anonymous said...

They will be on sale next week at Walgreens--B1G1F, so $.49 for 2!!!! I've got my 24 coupons in hand and I can't wait to use them!!

Anonymous said...

To Anon @ 4:12pm,
I have to ask how you were able to get 24 coupons? My computer would only let me print out 2. Is there some trick that I need to learn to use? (I am fairly new to this). I go through a lot of coffee creamer so any hints would be appreciated, thanks!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow now I know where all the deals go. There is rarely anything left at Walgreen's. Do you think 24 is excessive?

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 4:20....the Coffeemate coupon from coupons.com had reset once and I have many computers (2 prints from each).

To Anon 4:30, please mind your own business. My family goes through a LOT of this product. I spread out my shopping between 10 different stores, so as to not wipe any of them out AND Coffeemate easily freezes. So if you'd like the deals for yourself, fine by me, but don't criticize others for doing the same.

Anonymous said...

Hmm I didn't know you could freeze coffemate...do you just put the plastic container "as-is" into the freezer?

Anonymous said...

I remove about 1/3 of a cup before freezing due to expansion/contraction.

mona said...

wow! i cant wait for next week!! :) my family loves coffeemate and getting them for cheap is the best! weee... thanks hip!!

Anonymous said...

LOL -- every day when I get on this site it feels more and more like going back to grade school. Whaa, whaa......

Anonymous said...

I would love to go around to 10 different stores! Are you a SAHM? Lucky you!

Anonymous said...

Yes, I am a SAHM who takes the kids w/ me shopping on Sunday morning in "the city" (which is why I have so many Wags). They love coming with me and I love having them w/ me and getting my deals :).

Mommy2aQT said...

Link said I had already printed the # of times allowed and I didn't even print any! Bummed

Anonymous said...

Honestly I don't care how many anyone else buys. If there are none left for me then oh well, maybe next time. If anon @4:12 wants to buy 24, in my opinion, that is HER business.

Anonymous said...

Said I already printed it too :(

Anonymous said...

1-2-3-4 I declare a gum war!!

rbabe1 said...

These are BOGO next week at WAGs - 11/22-11/28.

Anonymous said...

Hmm, it says I have already printed but I have not....

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't print for me... :(

Anonymous said...

I dont drink coffee, but I use this product instead of milk to make flavored french toast. The pumpkin spice is super yummy.

Anonymous said...

I agree with anon #4. I think 24 is excessive but it is the person's right to buy them if there are no limits. I see women go overboard all the time with getting "bargains"--I see women steal the coupons out of the glade tin candles all the time. I wonder what kind of example it sets for the kids. Children follow what there parents teach them verbally and non-verbally. I read on some of these blogs that you need only to stock pile around six items--why the excess? I like the good buy but I have seen many women going over board and it bothers me. There are so many who do without right now. That would be a good blog topic--going overboard on bargins.

Anonymous said...

Oh, and usually when someone gets criticized that is usually how the other responses "MYOB" but don't publish the info on the blog if you don't want others to comment on it.

KellyJ said...

Great deal. I was able to print out 3 and No. I dont feel bad. I am poor.

Anonymous said...

I just printed 379 and I don't even drink coffee!! I am going to buy up every bottle of this from here to the Mason Dixon line! Then I am going to take a bath in it! Wheeeee!! :-)

Anonymous said...

So funny

Mel said...

I tried this stuff and it tasted like plastic. Must be just me. :) I'll give mt coupon to my step mom, she loves the stuff.

BusyMamaLama said...

why does it say i have already printed # of times allowed? :(

Anonymous said...

I just saved a TON of money by reading the comments section of this blog instead of books : )
Seriously funny stuff!!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:40: Sounds like a fun time to me! To each his own...

Anonymous said...

not to belabor the point... but if someone printed 24 coupons, does that mean they have 12 computers? I had no idea that people have so many computers. I just can't imagine how big, etc. a house must be to have 12 computers all with internet access, etc. If I had 12 computers, I'd stop the whole coupon thing (although I admit it is fun) and go to starbucks or dutch brothers every day! Or buy one of those $2000 espresso makers I saw at Macy's the other day!

the*4*of*us said...

Starting tomorrow, Food Lion has them b1g1!

Anonymous said...

Yikes! I'll just take my 2 and leave.

Anonymous said...

I have access to 3 computer. Not sure how someone could get to 12 of them!! I'm envious!

Anonymous said...

Has anyone else been CONSTANTLY rolling their eyes at the comments lately? I have giggled a few times too...once again I say, "It's only coupons people." =D

Nicole said...

Anon at 5:25 ; good idea on the french toast thing. I'm a coffee fanatic and love french toast. Never thought you could use coffee-mate for both... :)
Oh, and I had e-mailed coffee-mate a compliment and they sent me a coupon for free 32 oz. liquid... yay!

Anonymous said...

4 computers x 2 prints per computer = 8

reset of the same coupon on coupons.com = additional 8

new link posted by hip: 8 more

amiraq said...

i used to go to starbucks everyday religously. now, not so much!! i'd honestly rather make my coffee at home, it just taste better at a much better price!! yippiee!! thank you so much again collin!!

MomDG said...

I am pretty much all for, "I don't care what others do." Seriously it is only coupons, but at some point I think you could call it gluttony!

Anonymous said...

I just printed 240 coupons and I am going to go to 100 Walgreen stores to get all the Coffee-Mate I can!!!

Sorry, I couldn't resist. This blog is really funny with all the comments and makes me chuckle as I read it.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:40: Coffee-Mate is really sticky. I hope you have a lot of Target wipes to towel off with.

Anonymous said...

YIKES! if I had to drag my kids to 10 different WG to save a few cents on coffee creamer my kids would hate me!!! I too am a SAHM but this does not seem like a good use of my family's time.

KellyJ said...

This doesn't have to be holiday or peppermint mocha. It is for ANY coffee-mate flavor

Anonymous said...

You can use two of the coupons on BOGO?? They will let you use a coupon on one you are getting for free? Can anyone comment on this. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I don't know how you could print so many coupons, It only let me print it once. Besides how much creamer can one family use? talk about being greedy.

Kelly Tillotson said...

Holy Smokes!! why are so many of you being nasty and judgemental? Seriously, this site is about helping others--a sisterhood of savings, if you will--why do we need the feel to jugdge and bash?!

on a side note, I saw that someone asked if you can use 2 since they are bogo at walgreens--ive always been able to use one coupon per item without any problem!
ps--I dont drink coffee, but these are great in hot cocoa and they have a recipe section on their site that had some really great dessert recipes--perfect for the holidays!!!

Anonymous said...

Had trouble printing the pepperoni coupons and now this too :( Maybe I need to try at home. Thanks for the great coupon tips!

Anonymous said...

WOW, jealousy really is a green eyed monster!

Megan said...

Does anyone know if the BOGO at Walgreen's is for just the plain CoffeeMate or if it's the actual flavored ones? I usually get a good deal with the BOGO at Publix, but I'm always disappointed to find it's only for the plain. :( Thanks!

Happy Holidays and happy couponing to all! :)

I'm So Pretty said...

I had the same trouble as some others with getting a message that I already printed, and I did print a $1/1 coupon just a few weeks ago, but was really hoping this was a reset since they sent me an email about it just today. :P Anyway, ironically, I had just emailed their customer service dept last week and told them how much I LOOOOOVE this stuff - I don't bathe in it, but I do put it on my raisin bran. Soooo rich and creamy :) And they emailed back and said they'd send me a coupon or two, so I guess I'll be able to get one or two of the holiday flavors after all.

Frugal Friend said...

my hubby LOVES eggnogg and I bought the eggnogg Coffeemate creamer and he puts it in milk. he actually likes it (less calories too) so I guess it's not just for coffee.

HEADS UP on Walgreens BOGO sale: CHECK the expiration date. Once I bought creamer there and it was expiring in two weeks so it went bad on me.

Anonymous said...

Yumm ~ thanks for the french toast idea:)

Anonymous said...

Maybe the person who printed 24 coupons prints them at work and there are 12 computers there.
Just a guess.
We'd all probably do that on coupons we loved if we had that access too.
Don't be a hater.

Chicago Spartan said...

FYI - There's also a 50 cent coffee-mate coupon (expires 2/1/10) Not sure what insert it was in because I clip my coupons, and it won't make for as sweet a deal, but still money off. I want to try one of the holiday ones, but afreaid to change from my old standby hazelnut. I like a little coffee with my cream and sugar! :-)

Anonymous said...

Has anyone considered that maybe some of us are obsessed with getting the good deal and wipe out sections at stores in the process...or could it be partially the rough economy that has been going on for awhile now? We are a family of 4 on 1 income, and when I can get something free or close to it, I do. (provided that I am actually going to use the item..we don't waste) I can see how maybe some people in similar situations would do the same. I could be totally wrong too! For me, scoring a good deal for free or almost free is my way of "working" for our family. I have to make each dollar go further. Bottom line...some do it for the thrill...some do it out of necessity.

p.s. thank goodness we don't drink coffee in my family...I didn't bother with this deal! ;o)

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with Anon 8:33 who said most of us would do it if we had the computers! I print most of my coupons at work...but for things I really use and find a great deal on, I try to find others to print them for me as well...if they aren't going to use them why shouldn't I?

Anonymous said...

I don't care how many coupons are printed by one person. But I am annoyed by the SAHM comment. I am a SAHM and I would rather glue my eyelids shut than take my kids to 10 Wags stores in a day. But if I were a working mom and they were at daycare, I'd do it over lunch hour. Ahh, the luxury of walking the aisles by myself! Oh, silly me, my soap opera is on, I better get back to it.

Anonymous said...

When i was shopping at krogers the salesperson asked me if i wanted a case of holiday creamer because they sale out so fast. grab them when you can......i like cream with a little coffee.

Rose said...

I've heard of family drama, and I've heard of baby mama drama, heck..we've all had the boyfriend drama... but COUPON DRAMA?? C'mon now people!!!

Keri Lyn @ She Saved said...

Hilarious...this totally made my night ...

Anonymous said...

Being a SAHM I don't get much drama from my 4 kids this was a great way to end a night . Love it. I can't wait to buy my creamer too. I could only print 2 but I have a ton of family clipping for me!!! See you in Walgreens. Let the best women get it all!!!!

mom2taytay said...

OMG, I love this! It's better than most comedies on TV. BTW I love the site, I just found it a few weeks ago and have been working the deals like crazy.

Anonymous said...

Anon: 10:18:Witty, witty :) Cracking up alone in my little computer room.

Anonymous said...

I agree, i have little entertainment in my life and i got some good laughs. Thanks so much Collin for letting us all know about this drama!

Anonymous said...

Well, I'm one of those evil SAHM's that also (gasp!) homeschool's too. I have 4 little heathen's tied to my hip all the time. We all like to use coupons and get good deals. My kids think it's fun. Actually, my husband's job is not doing well and I do have a very minimal part-time job outside the home that I escape to a couple days a month. SOooooo, since I do stay home 90 percent of the time and work outside the home 10 percent of the time, I have an opinion of both. I really don't understand the bashing of the SAHM's. If you stay home, that's great. If you work, kudos to you too. I think people who bash SAHM's have some guilt problem they have to deal with. This isn't the place to do it. Oh, and by the way, I'm also evil because I have 3 total printers to print from since I have 2 at work. If only I had another 276,000 printers to print from! Sigh. Anyway, I really like this creamer and have other coupons from the Sunday papers because I usually buy 2-4 at a time depending on what's in them. Does that make me a bad person if I want to use them? I think not. For the people who had legitimate questions that weren't answered, I'll try to help you. I was confused w/ the B1G1 free and using 2 coupons on them. It was explained to me that even though the store is having that sale, you are still buying both of the items, hence using 2 coupons. As for using it on plain or flavored coffeemate, my WAGS lets you use it on both. Whew! That was a lot of typing. Oh, by the way, I got tired of so much running around on Sunday's to CVS and Wags for all the deals. Now, I do it on my time and both stores give me rainchecks for anything that is out. I get the deals and don't worry if the product is out or not due to the obnoxiously, selfish, greedy people who use all 246 of their coupons;p I'm laughing off to bed now-Night, night!

Anonymous said...

I am a sahm and I can not think with my 2 kids with me. My oldest is in school so I take my 3 yo if she has had a good nap but I will never take her anymore after the other day she threw my coupons out of the buggy in the Target check out lane. I had about a thousand Q's all over the place and then had to come home and redo them all. Maybe she doesn't have someone who can watch her kids so she can do it alone. We have to do what we have to do to keep our family afloat, isn't that why we are all here anyway. Maybe they love it and find it just as fun as we do.

Julie said...

These comments made my day! Laughing my bum off over here.

Anon 10:40, my daughter has done the same thing...but it was only a small stack of coupons(maybe 10?). Little brats! Those are precious pieces of paper. ;o)

I love putting the creamer in my hot chocolate. Yum yum yum!

Anonymous said...

"sisterhood of saving" LOL! My husband calls us the "coupon mafia" too funny!

Anonymous said...

Wow! I can say that I get food stamps and when there is a great deal like this I stock up to the max. I'll go to the library and get extra prints if it is for something that I know my family will use. And knowing that I can freeze it I most likely will make a stop at the library tomorrow. I'm actually buying a 4th laptop on Black Friday that my mother in law is giving us the money for just for the option to have more printables. Especially with Target changing their printable limit I find that printables are becoming more and more necessary. But never would I consider clearing a self. If I have more than 10 coupons to use I usually will talk with the store manager and make a special order. I can't imagine getting so worked up. Just get a raincheck. It's not like this is a RR that you have a time frame to get it.

Anonymous said...

Just a suggestion for those of you who think taking your kids to the store is a nightmare. Mine can have bad days too, but I really try to make it fun and interesting for them. And they can learn a whole lot too. My 2 year old can put things in the cart, organize or build with them, help put them on the conveyer belt, or just page through the ad. With my 4 year old, she can hold the coupons as I find the associated items, count and pick things off of the shelves, find things by color and a description, scan things at the self checkout, help me count out money, etc. It may be a little more time consuming, but if your children are learning and having fun, wouldn't the trip to the store be more enjoyable for everyone. Now I realize that this isn't really as available of an option for working mothers as it is SAHM's, but if you are blessed to stay at home or homeschool, think about how you can benefit from a trip to the store with your kids.

Anonymous said...

I think couponing is SOOOOOOOOOO AMERICAN! The tough get going..the weak WHINE!

In this economy with the fears we are living with--you had better be a couponer and a stockpiler! We have NOOOOO idea what is coming towards us once they stop printing money and our dollar plummets...

Anonymous said...

wow-who knew coffee creamer would start such an uproar. I love this site!!

Pat said...

Thanks for all the tips and laughs! I"m going to try and freeze it and also use it in my french toast and I'll try pancake batter too. Happy shopping ladies!

Anonymous said...

it DOES matter to the rest of us if someone gets 24 -- there are usually only a certain number of prints per campaign so the person who got 24 just made it so 11 other people can't take advantage of this deal. That's not cool. If you're gonna print so many, why brag about it? REALLY tacky IMO.

Anonymous said...

wow, that took FOREVER to read, but well worth the laugh! Now I'm gonna go have some coffee w/my cream & sugar ☺

Anonymous said...

I am proud to say I CLEAR SHELVES!!!!! hahaha Oh man...someone is getting upset right now from that comment. Where there is women, there is drama. CHOOSE NOT to be offended and upset...it is all up to you...Choice.
I have enjoyed my morning of comedy and wish you all a happy holiday season!

Anonymous said...

Worried about reaching the print limit or the shelves being cleared? Well it's a saying that has been around a LONG time "The Early Bird Catches the Worm". So suck it up and get on with your life.

Anonymous said...

I had to read just for all the laughs! Thanks guys, this is great.

Anonymous said...

Just to let you all know, my Wags does give rainchecks for everything, even when it is a RR. They just put it on a wags card after the transaction. Meijer gives rainchecks when the product is out. The product will eventually get restocked, so quit whining. And no, I don't clear the shelves because I don't have a need for it. Even though we are a family of 6, I haven't found anything that amazing and I can always go back. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and nothing is ever gone forever. ...And these are the days of our lives....:)

Andrea A. said...

OMG!! Thank you so much for a great laugh. Went to FL and "bought" 10 for 2.00. Did not even come close to clearing shelves. They have tons BOGO!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:40 - I feel your pain! I try not to take my kids with me when couponing (I can't think either), but sometimes it is unavoidable! My 3 yo is usually pretty good and gets one of the filler items. Just picturing all those coupons on the floor is cracking me up! HA HA, sorry to laugh at your misfortune - that would be a nightmare for me!;)

Anonymous said...

ummm to me it sounds like some of you have WAY toooo much time on your hands....GO GET A JOB and then you wouldn't need to print out coupons:)

raebuggy said...

Wow! What a comment section! Gum and now Coffee Creamer? What have we come to?

Well, I just had to put in my 2 cents (which I am not going to get in a cat fight over;) I am a proud SAHM, why on Earth do people have a problem with that? I don't care if other are home with kids or have to work, to each their own. No one is in anyones shoes but there own, right?

And, couponing, like anything, you get out of it what you put into it. If you want to spend the time and effort to print lots of coupons and run to 10 different stores with kiddos then power to you. You will end up with a great stock pile! No one knows her situation and there for can't truly judge.

There are enough deals out there for all of us so lets sit back, relax and have a cup of coffee:)

Anonymous said...

Wow! I'm so not a "drama mama" but I do wonder what a bath in creamer would be like...

We aren't coffee drinkers but I am now curious about the recipes.

I go shopping when my 4 year old is at preschool so it's just me and the 1 year old..it's easier to think with only one child to entertain!

Anonymous said...

That girl probably bought 24 coupons from Ebay. I did that when Hefty one zip bags were 10 for 10 and I got 30 boxes for free. So now I have enough plastic bags for a few years. I actually used a rain check because the shelves were already cleaned off, so if you're angry about missing deals try a rain check.

Anonymous said...

To Anon at 10:49am, some of us do have jobs...We just like to save alot of that hard earn money slaving away for our bosses...What better way to save than with coupons? I think I know you! You are that person in line who will pay full price for anything, you even think it is beneath you to take the BOGO item that is free because it will look like you are poor....Well thank God I am poor and saving a bundle and teaching my kids the value of a dollar as well as how to stretch that dollar..Shame on you!! Do you criticize your Congressman when they spend hard earned tax dollars on selfish joys such as trips to vacations some of us can only dream of?

John said...

well, this is a tangent off of Coffee Creamer, but along the same lines. I printed 400 of the $1 off Traget Wipes coupons and hit every one within 50 miles of my house and purchased only the free Target wipes(40 cnt). I now have 16,000 fluashable wipes at my disposal and there are many great benifits to this.

#1 - I don't even have any babies or toddlers. My youngest is 7!

#2 - There will be job losses in the USA because I got them all for free and thus some poor American lost his or her job.

#3 - A kid in am emerging third world country will eat because said job was given to one of his parents.

#4 - The whole area will certainly obtain a certain tinge in the air as babies and toddlers will certainly have to go without proper cleaning and run around with dirty bottoms!!

Anonymous said...

I love this site. Why don't we start leaving comments on a regular basis of how we cleared the shelves or bought 24 of one single item just until some people quit complaining and telling others how to shop???? You can make your excuses, but the person who gets mad b/c someone else beat them to the deal is just plain ol' envious. Call it what you want, but it is still envy and jealousy! I have missed out on deals before. Yes, I am disappointed, but I get over, get a raincheck, and buy when they restock. Lets start leaving some obsurd comments about clearing the shelves until some people grow up. This blog is great, but women we have got to act mature! If I need 20 of an item and I have 20 coupons, I am personally going to use them.

Anonymous said...

Sorry I couldn't respond earlier...I was at a Shelve Clearer Anonymous meeting. Then I had to stop at every Walgreen's on my way home to buy just a "few" things. :-)

erin said...

get a job if you have so much time to coupon?

why would you need so much creamer?

someone is not using their brain.

i am a mom, i use coupons. i got laid off last month and haven't been able to find another job.

we use 1 bottle of creamer every 2 weeks at my house. the big one, usually 3.00 or so. that's $78 a year. or you could get 26 coupons, get 26 creamers for .25 each, freeze them, and potentially save your family $71.50 a year.

so. i think whoever anonymous was, if her family uses creamer like mine does, then she's pretty smart.

and for the get a job poster, maybe you should see that as her job. you drive to the office, she goes to walgreens. she evidently is going to save herself a bunch of money, while you make a salary. i see very little difference.

i have 3 computers. 2 of which are ready for the trash but i keep them for extra prints. just because you have a few computers, doesn't mean they are nice and you are rich and have a big house.
we are broke. that's why i use coupons.


use your brain better.

erin said...

if you do the math and save your family a ton of money, then what's wrong with clearing shelves? nothing.
absolutely nothing. people who harp on that are silly. another deal will come. or get a raincheck.

i don't expect anyone to leave something cheap/free for me on a shelf, no one should expect me to leave something on a shelf that would benefit my family.
does that make me mean and greedy? i don't think it does.

for the people that it said it told them they had printed, that's just an automated message. it means that there are no prints left.

you can always use 2 coupons on a BOGO sale. the BOGO is a promotion the store is running. coupons from the manufacturer can be used one per item. think of it like stacking a store coupon with a mfc.

Anonymous said...

Here's a different spin on this whole topic: I'm just bummed because this creamer has "partially hydrogenated" oil in it, which is trans fat, so my hubby will not drink it. More for me, right? No. We BOTH have borderline high cholesterol so we are trying to buy stuff without the trans fats whenever possible. So those of you who are upset at others who clean stuff like this off the shelves might just want to stop and thank them for saving you from a possible future heart attack.
Hey, I said it was a different spin on the topic.

Anonymous said...

Erin - I too have 3 computers. One is our regular desktop. The other 2 are laptops that either don't work well or others were going to trash. My husband even fixed one. I totally agree with you. Just b/c someone has several computers, doesn't mean they spent alot on them. We just keep them around to print multiples when necessary. Someone else's junk just happened to be our money saving blessing.

Kelly W said...

Thanks for the laugh! I enjoyed it!

Anonymous said...

Just when I thought it couldn't get any better, John's comment made me bust a gut and shoot creamer out my nose. Now that just wasted creamer...I might need to borrow one of those free wipes you scored!

Anonymous said...

I am ashamed to admit it but I have 18 bottles of Coffee Mate in my refrigerator and freezer. I don't know where I got all the coupons from but I had them in my stash. I did not get them off ebay either. Never have done that. I bought Coffee Mate every time I went to Walgreen's which was a lot over Thanksgiving break--to get all the RR deals. I just used my coupons for Coffee Mate every time. I still have 5 left.

Funny thing is I don't drink coffee but I do drink hot chocolate and tea.

I may consider taking a bath in it.