Printable Coupons – Cheerios for just $1, Wheatables, Bic & Hefty

by Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom on May 10, 2010

Here are some of the latest and hottest printable coupons:

$1.50/1 Wheatables

$1/2 Hefty Zip Plastic Baggies

$1/2 Kelloggs Cereals

$1/1 Nexcare bandages products

$1/1 Filippio Berio Olive Oil

$1/1 BIC pens Thanks Free Stuff!

$.55/1 Cheerios (These are on sale at my Kroger store for $2/box this week…coupon doubles, making the box just $1!)

Be sure to check out all the printable coupons available at Red Plum, Smart Source and Coupons.com!

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Denise May 10, 2010 at 9:55 am

How do you get the coupon to ‘double’ ??? I’m not sure what this means.

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Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom May 10, 2010 at 11:26 am

@Denise,

My grocery store doubles the value of a coupon up to $1. So a $.50 coupon gets doubled to $1. Grocery stores have different doubling policies, so just ask at the customer service desk to learn about your store’s coupon policies.

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Ginger May 11, 2010 at 8:33 am

Where I live, not one grocer in 250 miles does coupon doubling. Not one. How can a store afford it, and how would they even go about it (other than raising their prices first, then offering a “double coupon day” on those products)?!
Take advantage of the opportunity if its offered, dears!

BTW, our local grocer (and the only one for 52 miles) will not accept ‘home printed’ coupons. They have to have been clipped from a magazine, newspaper or have come directly from the manufacturer.
We are stuck in the boonies up here!

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Gracie May 11, 2010 at 2:33 pm

We have Krogers here in Southern Illinois, too, but instead of doubling up to a total of $1, they simply double any coupons 50 cens or less. There is a big difference! You never notice how many 55-cent coupons are out there until you can’t get any of them to double!! My kingdom, my kingdom for a 50-cent coupon instead of 55….!

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