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*Expired* Coupons 4 Mom: How to Save More

by Freebies4Mom on October 23, 2008 6:21 am

Did you know that combining weekly sales at your local grocery store with coupons is the best way to save money at the grocery store? So, how do you find out what’s on sale each week and what coupons (printable or from the Sunday paper) you can use to match-up with those sales? I recommend visiting a blog called BeCentsable that hosts The Grocery Gathering. This is a long list of stores that compiles the weekly deals lists from multiple blogs. Go check it out and look for your store (some stores are even broken out by region). Let the frugal bloggers do the work for you and help you save more money.

Here at Freebies 4 Mom you won’t find me talking about specific store deals, but instead telling you about the hottest coupons you can print or request be mail to use at any store and the hottest freebies everyone can request. Here are some hot new coupons that I found this week – turn on your printer! And I’ve got tips for printing coupons if you need help.

New Coupons This Week
Free Cappuccino at Barnes & Noble not a new coupon this week, but you still can print this for a free hot beverage and it doesn’t expire until Halloween!

Kellogg’s Cereal $1 off ANY box, but you need to print this coupon using the Internet Explorer browser (it will not print from Firefox for me). You can print it 6 times just by hitting the back button. When you’ve reached your print limit you will get a message. The coupon expires in one month.

Honey Nut Cheerios $1 off one box, print it twice!

C&H; Sugar a sweet new sugar coupon just in time for baking season plus more baking-related coupons I listed in this post on Tuesday

Bistro Naturals sausage “Buy One Get One Free” I can’t wait to try this product with no added MSG, this is a great coupon

Libby’s Vegetables $0.50 off 3 cans of vegetables, a great coupon if your store doubles it (my Kroger in Houston doubles & triples coupons)

Progresso Soup $1 off 2 cans and $2 off 4 cans

Dreamfields Pasta $1 off one package, this is a SmartSource printable coupon

Lean Cuisine $1 off 5

Ziploc $0.75 off bags or containers, hit the back button to print it twice

Crest ProHealth toothpaste $1 coupon to request this coupon by mail

Dryel $3 off coupon to print or get in your mailbox

Degree Women $2 off Clinical Protection antiperspirant

Sunsilk Creme or Styling Aid $1.50 off one
Print your coupons now to save money and support my blog. You can also use the black “Quick Print” widget in my right sidebar as a quicker printing method. Lots of new coupons for October so be sure to check out the list! Of course I post new coupons daily and you’ll see them in the “Hottest 4 Coupons” box near the top right. Please check it for new coupons every time you visit Freebies 4 Mom.

Find more coupons I’ve shared recently on Freebies 4 Mom.

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Anonymous October 26, 2008 at 12:49 pm

We enjoyed a capachineo at Barnes and Noble, when we took the grand kids trick or treating at the mall. I had printed 2-extra coupons and gave them away. Had no problem using them….it was so good….


Anonymous October 25, 2008 at 2:45 pm

While you are picking up your Kelloggs cereal, look for the Halloween treat buckets display. They are free with any three Kellogs purchases. Three cute designs to choose from and no limits that I know of.


Heather October 24, 2008 at 10:56 am

Barnes & Noble coupon is valid anytime – it ends at close of business on Oct. 31. I know people who have used it successfully.


Anonymous October 24, 2008 at 10:50 am

Does anyone know if the Free Cappuccino at Barnes & Noble is valid during the morning and afternoon hours? The fine print on the coupon says it is valid at close of business.


Heather October 23, 2008 at 1:44 pm

It’s possible that the sugar coupons have reached their print limit (for anyone – as in a maximum print limit). Also, some coupons are only available in certain areas (based on your zip code) so the coupons you see may vary slightly based on your geographic location. I’m glad you were able to print a few other coupons!


Anonymous October 23, 2008 at 12:42 pm

For some reason, I cannot get either sugar coupon to come up on Would anyone know why? I’ve been trying since yesterday’s post!Thanks for a helpful post–I printed off a few others that I thought I could use.


Anonymous October 23, 2008 at 9:20 am



melanie October 23, 2008 at 8:08 am

Awesome, awesome, awesome Kelloggs coupon!!!!! You are the best!!!!!


Heather October 23, 2008 at 8:07 am

Rachel – Yes, less stores are accepting them. But stores that properly train their cashiers to spot fraudulent coupons are still accepting them. I use printables at Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, Kroger, and HEB without any problems. Of course store policies vary by region, but I always encourage my readers to talk to their store managers (not the cashiers) about using printable coupons at their store. Sometimes cashiers are misinformed about their store’s policy.


Rachel October 23, 2008 at 8:03 am

Have you found that less and less stores are accepting printable coupons? My husband feels that soon they will be obsolete due to the fact that they are so easily fabricated! Only two stores in my area still accept them. Just a year a ago, I could use them anywhere!


Heather October 23, 2008 at 7:49 am

I would try using a different browser (I use Firefox usually, but also use Internet Explorer). You can download Mozilla Firefox for FREE and in general it gives people less problems when trying to print coupons. Also see my printable coupon help for more tips – the link is in this post.


Anonymous October 23, 2008 at 7:20 am

I cannot get the Lean Cuisine coupon to print. It keeps asking me to install the software. I install it, but then it asks again & never lets me print. Any advise? Thanks!tcmcgarvey at hotmail dot com


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