Walmart: FREE $25 Dining Cash when you buy ONE participating Poise product (through 6/30/16!) – LIMIT 3!

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poise-pads-20ctHere’s a nice Poise deal over at Walmart. Through 6/30, you can earn $25 of FREE Dining Cash when you buy one participating Poise product at Walmart. The limit on this offer is THREE submissions. Here’s a printable coupon for Poise too:

$2/1 Poise Pads printable coupon *excludes 10 ct* (preclipped)

Right now we also have a $2/1 Poise Pads, Liners or Bladder Supports cashback offer on Checkout51. If your queasy about using a coupon on this rebate, this Poise offer on Checkout51 may be a good alternative. Also, SOME of you may have a $2/1 Ibotta cashback offer for Poise too.

1) Instructions to redeem the offer here.
2) Full terms and conditions here.
3) See your local restaurants accepting Dining Cash here.

Extreme Couponing Tip: You can usually get two prints of most internet coupons. To find them in the easiest possible way, use our preclipped links that take you right to the coupon. Then come back and click the same link to get your 2nd print. This will save you the time spent searching for the coupon.

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  1. I just tried this deal and it seemed to work with no problems. I submitted my receipt for validation via, text message and within 5 minutes, I got a confirmation text that my receipt was validated along with a validation number to enter to redeem my 25.00 certificate. The selection of restaurants isn’t super big in my area and the only other thing, each restaurant sets a minimum that must be spent to redeem the certificate. I’m taking my kids out to eat tonight to see if the certificate works ok. The restaurant I selected requires a minimum 50.00 purchase to use the certificate. Still, getting half off a 50.00 bill is pretty good savings. BTW, the pads were 4.48 and I used the 2.00 coupon so I paid 2.48 to get the 25.00 certificate.