RUN! New $2/2 Earthbound Farms Items printable coupon = FREEBIES!

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We have a new high-value Earthbound Farms printable coupon. That makes tons of products – including salads and frozen items. This high-value coupon should definitely get you a great deal. In fact, I think this coupon should get you free or moneymaker carrots at Walmart. Here’s the preclipped link:

$2/2 Earthbound Farms Items printable coupon (preclipped)


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Comments

  1. NO COUPON TO BE FOUND??

    • The post with the link is four days old. Steve said to run for a reason because he knew the coupon would not last long. I printed that coupon four days ago. The vendor issuing the coupon sets a limit on how many prints of the coupon will be available, and when the maximum prints have been reached, the coupon disappears from the website. Some coupons may have 50,000 prints available and others may have 5,000. When a hot, high-value coupon becomes available to print, Steve writes a post about it as soon as he sees it. He has no way to know how many prints are available, which is why he tells people to print as soon as they can if they want that coupon. It was available to print when he told people about it on January 4. The coupon reached the maximum allowed prints within the last four days, which is why it’s gone today, January 8.