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.

Is there anything that you would add to this list?

Posted on, August 15, 2013
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Comments
  1. For me … Ziploc bags, BBQ sauce, dishwasher detergent, heart burn medicine, cereal, and mustard.

  2. sally says:

    I miss those coupons that allowed you to get free/nearly free bananas, strawberries, apples, cheap eggs. Trying to eat healthy and finding it hard to get coupons for good food – fruits and veggies :(

  3. Sylvia says:

    I’ve never seen a Campbell’s soup coupon. Where do you find them?

  4. Coupon queen of Ontario says:

    Pyrex laundry detergent, I always get 3-5$ coupons & the small go on for 2-3 & the huge ones go on for $5. I haven’t paid for laundry detergent in years. I also have a constant 1 year supply on hand. I have a SN child, 2 infants & run a daycare! Never have too much laundry detergent!
    Baby food is another constant free item. As are diapers. I wait till stores put their diapers on sale super cheap or clearance & stock up with coupons, in all sizes! Baby wipes, I usually get free about 90+% of the time.
    Ziplock bags, ketchup, mustard, juice, & a few random other things I usually get free! OH & Marc Angelo turkey sausages! Sell for 3.99, go on sale for 2.99 & usually you can get $3 coupons, often right on the packages! Bonus!

  5. Nancy Anaka says:

    I tried to shop today at walmart
    I was price matching old spice
    The supervisor said yes they would
    Pm to $1 from $3 but then they wouldn’t
    Let me use my coupon he said that would be
    To good a deal & that is called double dipping
    Which wm does not allow u to do
    When shopping there always before I was allowed
    To pm & use a cpn what going on he tried to
    Make me out like I was ripping the store off
    I’m upset & disgusted with the way I was treated

    • christelle says:

      I know the feeling. I had a coupon for $10 off if I bought a Hasbro toy(s) with a value over $25. Well they made a mistake with the price tags. They gave me $10 off for the tag mistake but then the toy was underthe $25 value. I had to argue with them saying it’s not my fault that you guys made a mistake and thst you guys have this policy of giving your customers up to $10 if there is a mistake in pricing and they finally allowed me to use my coupon. So I walked out pay $9 for a $40 (value) toy lol.

  6. JEANINE says:

    Thanks for the tips:)

  7. Brenda says:

    Want to learn how to coupon, can someone teach me

  8. ChelseyBuns says:

    Coupon Queen of Ontario
    I need to know your SuperSavingWays!
    Diapers, wipes and baby food for free?!?!?!

    • Cassie Howard says:

      Maybe not free, but you can often find those things at both Shoppers Drug Mart and Costco for cheap!

  9. Elaine says:

    Karen, We just recently within the last year got a Target next door…..love it~ price match all the time and actually prefer their brand of many items to the leading brands. I was told at the store, that since I don’t get a flyer and my printer is out of ink (I’m a senior and trying to keep 2 of us and a cat on $100/month!). I was told to just take a picture and they would match it. Half the time they know of better deals than I do. Of course, a lot of the items you would have are not available here in Canada. Now that I don’t have a car, I can’t make trips every 3 months to stock up. Nothing worse than a handful of coupons that can’t be used here! We also have to watch buying gift cards online as they won’t be able to be used in Canada, only in the USA. I wish we could all come together on this!

  10. teachermum says:

    …and taxes!!!

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