Sunday, June 1, 2014

79 New Printable Coupons for the First of June!

Wow!  Lots of new printable coupons for the first of the month--79 to be exact.  Printing coupons online is a great way to increase savings on CVS deals.  They will continue to give us several new ones over the next couple of days.  They also issue coupons throughout the month, but in smaller batches.  The easiest way I have found to keep up with the newest coupons is to stop by Simply CVS once or twice a day and check out the three coupon widgets in the sidebar--they show the latest.  I can quickly click to print them and be sure I get them before they are gone as many hot ones reach their print limit quickly.

Here are a couple of my favorite new printable coupons for CVSing (with a full list below):

$1.00 off Colgate Total or Optic White Toothpaste$0.50 off TWO BAGS Bugles or Chex Mix snacks$1.00 off TWO BOXES General Mills Big G cereals

Disclosure: Links in this post may be Simply CVS affiliate partners or personal referral links.

4 comments:

Barb j said...

Question. I find that I am printing a lot of coupons - more than I need while trying to anticipate a deal or need. How do you keep from printing pages of coupons that go unused?

Cheryl said...

Barb, I think that is a common problem with couponers. But I figured once if it costs me 3 cents a sheet to print (that's what the ink cost when I figured it, I get the paper free on back to school deals) and I can print three coupons per sheet and 10 sheets I'll have 30 coupons at a cost of $.30. If each coupon averages $1 and I only end up using 1/3 of what I print ($10 worth) I'll still save $9.70 overall.

I do HATE to waste paper and ink, so I try only print for products I really like or will be needing or products that I have come to know is often offered in an ECB deal. Also, after years of couponing it becomes apparent which coupons get gone quickly and which are rare, so that helps cut down on which to print.

It is sort of like investing--the greater the risk the higher possibility of the return. Print 60 coupons ($.60 in ink) and end up using 20 and saving $20; print only 30 ($.30 in ink) , use 10 and save only $10.

I hope this at least gives you some ideas of how to figure it and think thru it. There are so many possibilities with couponing--lots of decisions.

Barb J said...

Thanks so much for responding. I do reuse the paper for to-do lists or for Meijer list of coupons selected. But still concerned about the waste. I get a lot of my paper through Staples for free so you are right. The pennies spent versus the savings. "Don't sweat the small stuff".

Cheryl said...

I, too, use the scraps for notes, grocery lists and such. We also have a great recycle program in our town where I can recycle it as well as all the leftover Sunday paper inserts, so that is nice. But I still hate to waste it...it's en grained in me, I think, to be frugal. I have been thinking about doing a post on saving while printing coupons, maybe I will soon since you brought it up. Thanks for the reminder to "not sweat the small stuff" I seem to sweat a LOT!! :-) Even the tiny stuff!! I needed that reminder.