9 Things That Are Always Free With Coupons

9 Things That Are Always Free With Coupons.

Things That Are Always Free With Coupons

Did you know that there are things that are always free with coupons? Things you should never have to pay for?

If you use coupons enough, you will start to notice that you can always find coupons for certain things – toothpaste, bathroom tissue, diapers.

There are also many items that are always free with coupons. Here are 9 of them:

1. Toothpaste

Usually goes on sale for around $1 and there are often $1 (or more) coupons available. Always check the travel section for cheap toothpaste to use your coupons on as well.

2. Toothbrushes

Usually goes on sale for around $1-$2 and there are often $1-$2 coupons available. Oral-B is the brand I can always get for free.

3. Deodorant

Usually goes on sale for around $1.50-$2 there are often $1-$2 coupons available. Secret and Old Spice are the brands I can always get for free. Check out the travel section for deodorant if the larger sizes aren’t on sale.

4. Feminine Pads/Liners/Tampons

Usually go on sale for around $2 and there are often $2 coupons available. Stayfree is the brand I can always get for free.

5. Candles

Usually go on sale for around $2-$5 and there are often $2-$5 coupons available, so these items will always be free (especially around Christmas).

6. Air Fresheners

Usually go on sale for around $1 and there are often $1 coupons available. Glade is the brand I can always get for free.

7. Shave Gel/Cream

Usually go on sale for around $1-$2 and there are often $1-$2 coupons available. Check out the travel section for this item as well.

8. Pain Relievers

Prices vary, depending on brand and type. There are often $3-$6 coupons available. Aspirin and Tylenol are the brands I can often get for free.

9. Canned Soup

Usually go on sale for around $0.50 (especially during colder months) and there are often $0.50 coupons available. Campbell’s is the brand I can always get for free.

Those are things that are always free with coupons..

The key to getting these items for free is to hold on to your coupons until a great sale comes along. If you have a $2 coupon for a certain brand of deodorant and it goes on sale for $2.50 – sure, $0.50 is a good price for deodorant, but continue waiting. There will very likely be a sale for $1.99 or $2 where you can get the deodorant for FREE.

The only time you should not wait to buy these items is if you really need something. If that’s the case, use your coupon and make the purchase. It’s better to save something.

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Comments
  1. Robin says:

    Get newspapers free by asking friends. Also look for them in bins where communities drop recycled paper. Save $80 over the course of a year and go to a free local couponing class sponsored by the newspaper. Pay $80 for a years subscription. I did this in the past year and they offered a renewal at the same rate. I had 200 Sunday newspapers delivered to my door for $80 and got Wednesday’s papers free- 50 weeks worth–that’s 25 cents a Sunday paper, and the money I saved ea week was about $25. You can’t afford NOT to get a paper. If you can’t save $100, ask for it for your birthday or Christmas. I’ll bet you have 5 people in your life who would give you $20. Happy couponing!

  2. Debra says:

    You can also email or write to the companies that you use/purchase products from. You can request them from 100’s of brands just give them a good review on how your family enjoys their products & they will send you coupons for you feedback

  3. Madison says:

    Thanks for the tips!!! 🙂

  4. Diana says:

    Wow this is a great post! I had a sneaking suspicion that I could get toothbrushes for free after couponing for two months and you’re right! I don’t ever shop without coupons anymore.

  5. Mingo says:

    I how like to know how to save too.by couponing..dont know where to start.thank you

  6. Kelly says:

    I really want to learn how to coupon. I use coupons here and there, save a little but still had to pay a lot. I live in Washington everything is pricey and coupons are not high value. Don’t know what I’m doing wrong. Can you anyone help?

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  12. Charkotte says:

    Kelly, I hear ya!! I am new to coupons as well. Washington doesnt seem to allow use of coupons like other states ,at least not when it comes to doubling and even stacking practices. Feel free to contact me if you wanna try to learn together!!

  13. Judy johnson says:

    Would like anyone from north Texas who would like to learn coupons together. Need all the help I can get

  14. Samira says:

    Before ysing the manufacturer coupon, u need to chk if the store has a digital coup.you will need to download the store app for the digital coup.some syores yoi can use their digital coup and the manufacturer coup.also try and get the item on sale.so item will ne on sale use the digita coup w the store coup if store wll apply.these options will hlep you save.

  15. Geraldine says:

    When you say “they will go on sale” which stores should i watch for?

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