Pro Tip: These Companies Will Send You Over $750 in Free Coupons
Woo-hoo! Ready to save a ton of money at the grocery store this week? 🙂
These offers have been around before, but the coupons always seem to run out quickly. (We’ll update the post once we hear they’re gone.)
There are three different request forms you need to fill out below. All totaled, they’ll add up to more than $750 in free coupons — and a ton of extra goodies.
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 be occasionally surprised with simple recipes you can make on a budget?
And, hey, the holidays will be here before you know it, so be sure to prepare because 1.) the grocery stores are always a nightmare, and 2.) sneaking away to scoop Aunt Pam’s mushy green-bean casserole in the trash is never fun…
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 coupons, get your spouse to sign up.
And, honestly, no holiday dinner is complete without the Doughboy helpin’ you out behind the scenes. No one will know you didn’t make that pie crust from scratch…
3. Tablespoon – Up to $250 in Free Coupons
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 the short form here (it takes 10 seconds), and select “coupon & sales.” Then click the button marked “clip all” to claim 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.)
4. Kellogg’s – Over $150 in Free Coupons
Sign up for the Kellogg’s Family Rewards and receive over $150 in coupons that you can use on cereal, crackers, waffles, Pop Tarts, and more.
Plus, I love Kellogg’s Rewards, because once you’re signed up, they’ll give you points every time you buy a Kellogg’s product. Those can be turned into gift cards or free groceries.
Good luck Penny Hoarders!
Disclosure: General Mills has sponsored the placement of Betty Crocker, Tablespoon, and Pillsbury in this post. We appreciate them sharing money saving tips with our readers!