These Companies Will Send You More Than $750 in Free Coupons for Groceries, Diapers and More

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There’s something so satisfying about that “ding ding ding” the barcode scanner makes as the clerk rings up your coupons at the end of a big haul.

Sometimes we pretend we’re on a gameshow.

“Let’s see how much we can save on this grocery trip!” an imaginary announcer boasts in the background.

All right, so it’s not that exciting, but finding a gold mine of coupons can help you save hundreds of dollars a year on groceries. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t fret; you’re with us.

How to Snag Free Coupons Before Your Next Grocery Run

Below, you’ll find four different coupon request forms. Click through, and fill out your information. Then, you’ll start getting coupons delivered to your inbox. All totaled, you could save more than $1,000 a year with these suckers.

Ready? Let’s do this. 

  1. 1. Betty Crocker – Up to $250 in Free Coupons

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

    In addition to coupons, Betty Crocker’s free email delivers the best of Betty’s 15,000 kitchen-tested recipes, how-tos and more — straight to your inbox!

    If you’re like us, you probably get bored making the same food week after week, so wouldn’t it be nice to occasionally be surprised with simple recipes you can make on a budget?

  2. 2. Pillsbury – Up to $250 in Free Coupons

    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 if you need more, get someone else in your household to sign up, too.

  3. 3. Tap Into This Free Coupon Portal

    A woman sitting on a bench flips through a coupon leaflet.
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    Just when you think you’ve exhausted all your coupon resources, think again.

    Tap into exclusive discounts through the Kellogg’s Family Rewards portal. Find printable and digital coupons for cereals, diapers, laundry detergent — more than just Kellogg’s products.

    Additionally, use the tool to earn points on other qualifying items. Exchange them for gift cards to popular retailers, like Starbucks, Domino’s and Sephora.

    Sign up with your email address and answer a few questions to earn an easy 100 bonus points. Then start collecting!

    Bonus: Enfamil — Get up to $400 in Free Baby Gifts and Coupons

    Expecting — or already have — a little one at home?

    Join Enfamil Family Beginnings to get up to $400 in free gifts and a chance to win free formula for a year for your baby*.

    Your gifts will include things like coupons for baby necessities, free samples of Enfamil formula and other goodies.

    Here’s how to sign up:

    1. Sign up here with your email or Facebook account to join Enfamil Family Beginnings.
    1. Answer a few questions, including your baby’s due date or birth date.
    1. You’ll automatically be entered to win the free formula. Keep an eye on your email for your freebies.

* Enfamil fine print:

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Open to legal U.S. residents 18 and older. Void where prohibited. Promotion ends on March 31, 2019. Odds of winning depend on the total number of eligible entries received. For full Official Rules click here. Sponsor: Mead Johnson & Co., LLC, 2400 West Lloyd Expressway, Evansville, IN 47721.

We received compensation from the maker of Enfamil in consideration of this post.

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