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*Expired* $4 Glade Sense & Spray Coupon

by Freebies4Mom on September 4, 2009 12:01 pm

Print two coupons to Save $4.00 on one Glade Sense & Spray starter kit. You have to register to access the printable coupon, hit the back button to print your second coupon. They are on sale at Walmart for $5.00 each (was $7.97) so your price is $1.00 after using this high-value coupon. But of course you could also get a good deal at other stores if these are on sale.

The starter kits include the batteries and a refill for this new motion-activated air freshener device. There are also $4 coupons found in these magazines: All You (July issue), Woman’s Day (Oct. 6 issue), Parenting (July issue), American Baby (July issue) and a $4 coupon in the Aug. 28 Smart Source insert. Please note that the coupons in magazines and inserts vary slightly by region.

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Anonymous September 4, 2009 at 12:30 pm

I just printed my coupons. Thanks.

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SquishyCuteStuff September 4, 2009 at 1:58 pm

Thanks! It seems Glade/Febreeze, etc. come out with these nifty devices, but shortly stop making the refills for them. I save these high value coupons, because one of our grocery stores is notorious for putting this sort of merchandise in the clearance cart! WOOHOO!

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Jen September 4, 2009 at 2:20 pm

Thanks Heather for this great coupon. I didn't know you could push the back button and get a second coupon…and it worked!!! How fun, my house is going to smell terrific..Thanks.

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Lisa September 4, 2009 at 6:51 pm

Went to Wal-Mart and tried to get 2 Sense & Spray and 2 small Soy Candles and they would only take one of each coupon. There is wording on the coupon "only one coupon per purchase". So keep in mind even though we can print 2 coupons we need to use them in 2 separate visits. I have no problem with that just wanted you to catch it! The cashier would have kept my coupons if I didn't mention it.

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SquishyCuteStuff September 4, 2009 at 9:39 pm

Lisa, I think it means 1 coupon per 1 candle purchase. HOWEVER, those cashier can sometimes be notorious for interpreting words in their own special way 😉

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Susan ~ Sweet Pea Creations September 5, 2009 at 11:15 am

Yeah! Thanks for this!!!

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Jon, Jami, Jasmine, and Baby September 6, 2009 at 9:17 pm

I took 2 of these coupons to my local Target today, and boy did I get lucky! They had the apple and linen ones marked down to $5.64, plus the linen one had a $2 off instant coupon on it, so I got the apple one for $1.64 and the linen one for FREE!

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Jon, Jami, Jasmine, and Baby September 6, 2009 at 9:17 pm

I took 2 of these coupons to my local Target today, and boy did I get lucky! They had the apple and linen ones marked down to $5.64, plus the linen one had a $2 off instant coupon on it, so I got the apple one for $1.64 and the linen one for FREE!

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Heather September 7, 2009 at 11:44 am

Lisa – I believe that "limit one coupon per purchase" refers to one coupon per item purchased. Most stores, including Walmart, accept more than one coupon for the same product as long as you buy the correct number of qualifying products. I know that some stores will give you a hard time and not allow more than one coupon for that type or product – but I believe in most cases that it is simply a misunderstanding on the cashier's part on how to properly follow the store's coupon acceptance policy.-HeatherFreebies 4 Mom

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Elizabeth September 7, 2009 at 11:02 pm

I printed both of my coupons as well!Thanks for posting this! I'm looking forward to trying this product out!

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Starla January 10, 2010 at 2:13 pm

Walmart here is starting to give us a problem taking internet printable coupons =(

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