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Where to get infant formula coupons

If you have a baby that is using infant formula, you know how expensive it can be, even when you use the least-expensive powdered formula. But formula coupons are pretty hard to find, as you have probably noticed! Here is where to find the most coupons.

Coupon inserts
Red Plum and Smart Save comes every Sunday and the P&J coupons come monthly, but the circulation isn't nearly as widespread as the SS and RP inserts. You can go here on the P&J coupon site to find out when and where the coupons will be next based on where you live.

Store flyers
Target, Babies R Us and many pharmacies will periodically have coupons in their flyers. Babies R Us publish their mother-to-be booklet magazines sometimes that have coupons for various baby related items.

eBay
Check eBay for coupons for formula. You can sometimes find coupons, but be prepared to pay more for formula coupons than you would food-related coupons.

Brand websites
Don't forget to visit the website for the formula and sign up on their site for free coupons, bonuses and any loyalty programs they might have.

Trade
Because moms rarely stray from their chosen brand of formula, still collect all the formula coupons you find, but then try and trade the ones you don't use for the ones you need. And don't forget ask the people you trade with to save the coupons you need to trade again in a month or so.

 



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