New Printable Coupons – Cereal, Household, Yogurt, Snacks, Pampers Diapers and More

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It’s the first of the month, and that means new printable coupons…
cereal coupons

Cereal
$0.75 off one Cascadian Farm product
$1.00 off any 3 Kellogg’s Cereals listed
$0.75 off any ONE BOX Total cereal
$0.50 off ONE BOX Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal
$0.75 off 1 BOX Peanut Butter Toast Crunch™ cereal
$0.50 off ONE BOX Chex cereal
$0.50 off ONE BOX Original Cheerios cereal
$0.75 off Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch cereal
$0.75 off Fiber One 80 Calories Chocolate cereal

yogurt couponsYogurt

$0.40 off SIX Yoplait Yogurt
$0.75 off any TWO Yoplait Kid products
$0.50 off 2 Yoplait Greek yogurt
$0.50 off Yoplait Fruplait™ Yogurt Multipacks
$0.50 off Yoplait Pro-Force Multipack or twisted

pampers coupons

Baby
$1.50 off ONE Pampers Baby Dry Diapers
$0.55 off Mott’s Snack & Go Applesauce Pouches
$2.00 off ONE Pampers Easy Ups Diapers
$1.50 off ONE Pampers Swaddlers Diapers
$1.50 off ONE Pampers Cruisers Diapers
$0.50 off ONE Pampers Wipes 60 ct. or larger
snack foods
Snack Foods

$0.50 off 2 Nature Valley Granola Bars or thins
$0.50 off Green Giant™ Veggie Snack Chips
$0.50 off 1 Fiber One Protein Chewy Bars
$0.40 off Fiber One Chewy Bars
$1.00 off 3 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars
all laundry detergent coupons
Household

$2.00 off any (2) all detergent products
$1.00 off Bayer Aspirin product 24 ct or larger
$2.00 off TWO Pantene Products
$2.00 off any TWO Pantene Expert Collection
$2.00 off 1 GARNIER NUTRISSE Color Foam Haircolor
$2.00 off L’Oreal Healthy Look Creme Hair Color
$3.00 off Citracal and Bayer Aspirin Product
$1.00 off any ONE Garnier Fructis Shampoo
$1.00 off one Advil or Advil Migraine product

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Comments

  1. Mavis,
    I started couponing in the Fall and have been able to save up to 47% at the Grocery store. I’ll never be an extreme couponer, I just don’t have the time to pour more into it. But because of income changes, our monthly grocery budget is now down to $215 for a family of 6. I’m really sweating. With the couponing, we also have chickens, garden and can, and get reclaimed produce once a week. I just can’t seem to get my grocery bill down to that still, though. You are an inspiration! Any tips for me on where to start? What do you do about things like meat and large staple items which tend to be costly?
    Help! :)
    Zoe

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