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*Expired* Got Soymilk?

by Freebies4Mom on January 24, 2008 12:57 pm

Thanks to Rebekah’s request, I’m helping moms who buy soymilk save a little money.

Silk Soymilk Save $2.25

8th Continent Save $1


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.

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.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Heather January 25, 2008 at 4:50 pm

Thanks – I’ll update this post! Feel free to contact any company directly if the coupon is posted on their website. If they can’t keep their website updated, then they should mail you a coupon!

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Caldwell January 25, 2008 at 4:31 pm

Just fyi, all 3 are saying I have already printed the allowed amount. And I haven’t. I guess they no longer available.

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Heather January 25, 2008 at 11:34 am

Thanks for sharing these tips, Amy! It’s always good to remember that sometimes we can ASK for a discount on items we buy a lot of.

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Amy January 25, 2008 at 10:57 am

My sister had to do the lactose-free milk for her son and she spoke directly with the distributer for the grocer to see if she could get a deal on it if she bought her milk in bulk. She would buy a case of it for her son to save money.Wal-Mart offers an excellent off-brand of the Silk Soy Milk and we used that or we would purchase it at Sam’s Club because it beat the grocery store price. Unfortunately you can’t use coupons there, but it still was a savings!

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