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*Expired* Got Soymilk? $2 off 8th Continent

by Freebies4Mom on June 24, 2009 3:59 pm

A great printable coupon to Save $2.00 on any 8th Continent Soy Milk product. If you don’t use Firefox, then use these links to print in IE or print in Safari. Remember you can print this coupon twice and it doesn’t expire until June 1, 2010.

Other Soy Milk Coupons:
Save $1 on Organic Valley Soy

Save $0.75 on Silk Soymilk (when you register, they email you link to a SmartSource coupon you can print twice)

Personally I love to drink soymilk as a healthy treat when I can find it at a good price, but I know some people always have it in their fridge, so I wanted to offer some money-saving tips.

Other Ways to Save on Soymilk:
1. Shop Around – I hear that Walmart usually has the best prices on soymilk. Know your prices and compare. If a store is in your neighborhood and you drive by it anyways, it might be worth stopping to get a better price on a few products that you buy on a regular basis. I also recently scored some free Silk Soymilk at Target – the peelie coupon was on a 2-pack Kashi Cereal package on clearance.

2. Talk to your Grocer – Ask a store employee if they have sales on a regular basis on the soy milk you buy. Do they ever mark it down when it gets close to the expiration date? When is the best day of the week to catch any markdowns?

3. Contact the Manufacturer – Tell your favorite manufacturer that you would like coupons on your favorite soymilk. The most successful way to make this contact is by phone, but you can also e-mail a request. Tell them why you drink their soymilk and you may be pleasantly surprised by receiving some coupons.

4. Tell your Friends – They can collect coupons for you if they know what brand of soymilk you buy on a regular basis.

What are your tips on saving money on soymilk? Please leave a comment to share!

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Anonymous June 24, 2009 at 4:44 pm

Thanks for the coupon link.My 2 year old started out on soy formula and had to continue the soy when he switched to milk at 1 it is so expensive but I find if you can buy the 2 pk at walmark of the silk brand it's cheaper than the GV brand wich is only sold in singles. also costco has been the absolute cheapest with the three packs of silk. hope this helps some. thanks againceleste

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Hilary June 24, 2009 at 5:26 pm

Our 2 1/2 year old can only drink soy milk. The Wal-Mart brand is really good and we often get it for her if we can't find coupons for 8th or Silk. Thanks for the link!

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Sara June 24, 2009 at 5:28 pm

My kids also only drink soy milk. We almost exclusively get ours at Costco-it's 2.33 per half gallon (sold in packs of 3) and it beats Walmart's price by .20 (at least here in Utah). I did recently find a coupon in the newspaper two weeks ago for $1.25 off two 1/2 gallons of Silk, so I'll do the math and decide whether it's worth it. Sometimes Target has the Archer farms brand for a sale price as low as Costco, but those sales are few and far between. Thanks for the post!

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Anonymous June 24, 2009 at 6:51 pm

My son is allergic to milk so we have to buy soy milk. The bext price I have found is Aldi, which sells it for 1.39 for a half gallon!

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hopeng June 24, 2009 at 9:37 pm

the cheapest way we buy soy milk for our two boys with dairy allergies is at Costco – the box of 12 one quart boxes. They don't need to be refrigerated until opened. In MA, it is $12.39 for 12 1 quart boxes, which is cheaper than buying it in the 3 pack of half gallons.

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Cheapo Groovo June 25, 2009 at 9:37 am

Rice milk is better than soy and raw milk is the best if you can find it.

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Anonymous June 26, 2009 at 8:31 pm

Right now, Food 4 Less is having the 8th Generation on sale for $2.50 each. So with the $2.00 coupon, it will only by $0.50 each or $1.00 per gallon which is pretty good.

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