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Extreme Couponing - Print Coupons Here!

If you’ve been watching Extreme Couponing you know that cutting coupons works. I don’t think the show is entirely realistic and it definitely doesn’t encourage healthy couponing and shopping habits, but the bottom line is that coupons save you money. I live on a $50 a week grocery budget which includes diapers, wipes, formula and hygiene items.

This entire blog is dedicated to sharing the ways I make that happen along with other deals that help us save money in our budget so that we can give more when we feel called to.

But the best way to get started is simply to start. The coupons listed below are high value coupons I would recommend printing. Look through them and start by printing anything you already purchase. Then once that becomes easy, you can start printing and cutting coupons for items that you frequently see on sale, especially clearance. Just doing those two steps will save you a bundle on your groceries, so let’s get started!

Silk Soy Milk - $1.25 off 1 Half Gallon



Aleve - $2.00 off Any Aleve 80ct or larger

Robitussin - $1.00 off on any Robitussin product

DEPEND - $2.00 off 1 DEPEND Underwear Variety of Colors
DEPEND - $2.00 off Any ONE (1) DEPEND Guards for Men

Glade - $3.00 off Glade PlugIns Lasting Impressions

JOHNSON'S - $1.00 off Any JOHNSON'S Baby Shampoo

Scrubbing Bubbles - $2.00 off Scrubbing Bubbles Shower Kit 
Scrubbing Bubbles - $4.00 off Scrubbing Bubbles One Step Toilet Bowl

Post-it - $2.00 off any 1 Post-it Pop-up Note Dispenser


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