RUN! New high-value $1/1 Bounty Paper Towels & $1/1 Charmin printable coupons (plus CVS deal!)

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We have some great new Bounty and Charmin coupons this morning! There’s also a fantastic stock-up deal over at CVS this week. Here are the new coupons and your scenario:

$1/1 Bounty Paper Towels 12 trial rolls printable coupon (preclipped)
$1/1 Charmin Bath Tissue 16 double rolls printable coupon (preclipped)

At CVS through 1/21:
BUY ONE BOUNTY PAPER TOWELS 12 ROLLS, on sale $9.99
BUY ONE CHARMIN ULTRA SOFT/STRONG 16 DOUBLE ROLLS, on sale $9.99
Get $5 Extra Bucks for buying two Bounty 12 roll or Charmin 16 roll (limit 1)
Use one $1/1 Bounty Paper Towels 12 trial rolls printable coupon (preclipped)
and use one $1/1 Charmin Bath Tissue 16 double rolls printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at Register: $17.98, but get $5 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $12.98 (or $6.49 per item!)


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Comments

  1. DOES ANYONE ONE KNOW WHY COUPONS.COM IS ASKING FOR YOUR MOBILE PHONE #

    • It’s part of their new verification process designed, in part, to shut down printable coupon sellers from snapping all all the available prints in a day or two (or hours sometimes). IP sellers use virtual machines and reverse software engineering to trick websites like coupons.com into thinking one computer is actually thousands of computers, and thereby circumvent the two-per-device limit. They let the virtual machines run non-stop until a coupon is out of prints, then they sell the coupons. Nobody is going to have thousands of mobile phones to use.

      I had to verify one computer with a mobile phone number last November, and I had to verify a second computer with a second mobile phone number today. If you don’t have a mobile phone but do have a landline, you can verify your number over the phone by speaking to someone in person, but I don’t know exactly how to go about doing that.