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*EXPIRED*New Free Can of Libby’s Vegetables Coupon

by Freebies4Mom on July 5, 2010 8:18 am

Sorry, no longer available. Print two coupons for a FREE can of Libby’s Vegetables at RedPlum.  I just learned about this hot coupon from Money Saving Mom – a great place to learn how to cut your grocery budget by shopping your store’s deals.  You’ll have until July 30, 2010 to use your coupons for free Libby’s Vegetables.
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Colleen July 5, 2010 at 8:30 am

Thanks! Now I just have to find a store that will take an IP for a free product. Had lots of trouble at my regular stores just to redeem the Oreo B1G1 printable.

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Mollie H July 5, 2010 at 11:01 am

Looks like it’s gone.

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deborahc26 July 5, 2010 at 12:30 pm

Got my 2! Thanks!

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Melissa July 5, 2010 at 12:41 pm

It’s still working – the first time I checked it said the limit was reached, but I refreshed and tried again and it worked!

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Jan July 5, 2010 at 2:40 pm

They carry Libbys at me SuperTarget. I am not sure if they have them at regual Targets, but its worth a shot, for those who can’t find them or those who can’t get their stores to accept the printable.

My Target will take a printable for a free product with no problem. A lot of times the coupon for the free product is not actually a “at home printable” but a bricks “mailed printable” like to Golden Oreos. I used my FREE tropicana OJ coupon at Target. It was NOT an “at home printable free couon”, but it was a bricks coupon that was mailed to you so to any cashier they would think it was a printable. I used mine at Target and had no problem there. So that is where is I take all my “FREE printables” or “FREE MAILED printable”
Publix is fussy only if its for “free” and or over “5.00” in value so I don’t take any of those there.

I love my Target in Coral Springs FL, they never give me a problem there.

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Debby July 6, 2010 at 2:15 pm

I tried redeeming my coupon at Walmart in DC. The register voided the coupon out and the
cashier stated its an internet coupon and not a valid one at that. I gone to their Libby”s website
and alot of other people are experiencing this problem now. The Libby”s company needs to
have it printed by a commercial licensed printers then issue it out to be valid for stores to accept
it. Most store won’t accept free ecoupon here because of fraud. Very frustrating for everyone who
tried to download this coupon and thinking is legit.

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Heather July 7, 2010 at 10:25 pm

I used mine at Walmart last night and the cashier read the fine print for about two minutes before telling me that the Libby company made a mistake, because no company would ever allow a “free” product coupon without making a purchase like buy 3 get 1 free. I asked if she clipped coupons and she replied NO thats a waste of my time and they don’t add up to much. I giggled and told her she should start because they do add up and sometimes companies give you “free” coupons too. She got the point and scanned the coupon and I got my free cans. After scanning the other 25 coupons I had, she was amazed that I started with a $120 grocery bill and only paid $84.
Thanks for sharing all the great offers Heather, I refer others to your website almost daily, mostly the strangers behind me in line while the cashier is scanning my coupons.

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