I’d recommend heading to Coupons.com ASAP and printing the new coupon for $2/1 Nestle candy (24+ oz bag). That’s going to get you some really cheap candy, I would think! Definitely print it right away, it won’t last long.
While you’re at Coupons.com, make sure you print the coupons for $1.50/2 Ore Ida French Fries, 50¢/1 Starkist Tuna Pouches, $3/1 Huggies Naturals, 55¢/1 Snapple, and more if those are products you use!
You can also request a Home Made Simple coupon book from P&G – I like this one because the coupon values tend to be higher than the ones that come in the monthly inserts, plus they’re valid for a longer amount of time. Thanks, Money Saving Mom!
Check out other printable coupons at Coupons.com, Smartsource.com, and RedPlum.com! Make sure you enter your zip code to see all offers, as some are targeted to certain markets and may not appear until you’ve entered your zip.
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