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8 Ways to Get Free Food at the Grocery Store This Week

Updated May 26, 2016
by Kyle Taylor
Founder

Before you head to the grocery store this week, check out our list of coupons that will help you get free or nearly free food.

Just stack the coupons/rebates like we show you and you’ll save a fortune this week…

1. Save up to $250 on Pillsbury Products

Sign up for Pillsbury.com emails to receive up to $250 in yearly coupons, access to free product samples (quantities limited, one per member) and the easiest recipes sent right to your inbox.

Because of the high value of these coupons, they’ve limited it to one set of coupons per person, so get your spouse to sign up if you need more coupons. :)

2. Save up to $250 on Betty Crocker Products

Give Betty Crocker your email address and they’ll send you up to $250 worth of coupons that can help you get deeply discounted or free canned goods, cereal, and yogurt.

Betty Crocker’s FREE email delivers the best of Betty’s 15,000 kitchen-tested recipes, how-tos and more – straight to your inbox! PLUS, get up to $250 per year in coupons savings and access to FREE samples (quantities limited, one per member)

Since you’re limited to one set of coupons here, have your friends, spouse, family sign up too so you all get a ton of coupons.

3. Get $5 in free food from Amazon

All you have to do is download the Amazon shopping app and share your link with your friends. Once they sign up and make a purchase through the app, you’ll get a $5 Amazon store card to use on your next purchase.

You can earn an unlimited number of Amazon gift cards here which can be used to buy food on Amazon Grocery or anywhere on the Amazon site.. Not only will you save $50/year in membership fees, but Amazon will ship most things to you for free.

Also, do you know about these Amazon-only coupons that are posted each week? For example, this week there are coupons on formula, granola bars, K-cups, and more. Just click the coupons you want and Amazon will automatically deduct them from your bill before you checkout.

4. Save on Any Brand of Bananas, Tomatoes, Bread, & More 

Have you downloaded the Ibotta app yet? It’s one of my favorite smartphone apps because they give you cash rebates when you buy certain groceries items each week. All you have to do is take a picture of your receipt.

And this week they have some awesome deals:

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5. Up to $250 in Coupons from Tablespoon

Sign up for Tablespoon’s free email and score up to $250 per year in coupon savings. Plus, stay on top of your food game with free recipes for doable dinners, delish desserts, party snacks and more!

Fill out their short form here (takes 10 seconds) and then select “coupon & sales“. Then click the button marked “clip all” to get the coupons.

(Side note: A few readers have reported not seeing the “coupon & sales” link. You may have to log out and log back in for it show up.)

6. Get a Free Package of Beef Jerky

Because buying anything new online can be a gamble — and paying the typical $6-$10 for a bag of jerky makes this a pricy gamble — Alien Fresh Jerky is offering free samples.

The company has a variety of cleverly-named flavors of beef jerky, plus a Sweet Pork and one original Turkey Jerky. The latter is not available to sample, but the rest of the 17 flavors are.

EverydayHappy7. Free Diapers, Laundry Detergent, & Baby Shampoo

Have you heard of EverydayHappy? They’re a new, premium brand of baby products.

They’ve developed 5 eco-friendly, toxin-free products including baby-safe laundry detergent & bath wash. And they have a line of eco-friendly diapers.

Fill out their form here and they’ll send you a free box of products (diapers or detergent, face lotion, hand soap, shampoo, and diaper rash cream).

This is a trial offer, so you’ll need to decide within 7 days whether you want to cancel or not. But, no matter what you do, you get to keep the free box of products.


8. Get Free Formula from Enfmail

We love a good freebie! If you sign up for the Enfamil newsletter this week, they’ll send you a bunch of free samples, plus $20 in formula checks which can be used at any grocery store.

 

Enjoy! :)

Disclosure: We appreciate you letting us include affiliate links in this post. It helps keep the beer fridge stocked in the Penny Hoarder break room.

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by General Mills

by Kyle Taylor
Kyle is the founder of ThePennyHoarder.com

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