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$0.75/1 Wrigley’s Extra Gum Printable Coupon (FREE Gum!)

by Tara Kuczykowski on January 24, 2011 · 6 comments


Print a $0.75/1 Wrigley's Extra Gum coupon on the CVS website. This is a manufacturer's coupon that can be used anywhere, so it should make for FREE gum if your store doubles coupons up to $0.99!

Thanks, Money Saving Madness!

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1 Kristin January 24, 2011 at 8:40 pm

Hi! I'm a bit of a coupon newbie, so of course I have a question for you...

I thought I understood the concept of "doubling" coupons, but after reading your comments above, I'm not so sure anymore! I guess I thought that "doubling up to $1" (for example) meant that I could double (2) $0.50 coupons, or any two coupons that add up to $1 or less.

But from what you said in the post, I've inferred that you can also double (2) $0.75 coupons?? And what, the final discount gets adjusted to $1 or $0.99 or whatever the limit is?

Thanks!

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2 Tara Kuczykowski January 24, 2011 at 8:45 pm

Different stores have different policies as far as whether they will double coupons and up to what value, but generally it means that if you have a $0.50/1 coupon, it will be worth $1 toward the particular product that it's valid on. If it's a $0.75/1 coupon and your stores doubles coupons with a value up to $0.99, it would be worth $1.50 off.

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3 Melissa January 25, 2011 at 11:03 am

I am trying to decide which store will give me the least trouble because the coupon says CVS on it. Any idea who is ok with it and understands that it is a manufacturer coupon?

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4 amie January 26, 2011 at 11:05 pm

I don't see the Wrigley's coupon. Which zip code do u need to input? Thanks :)

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5 Demetria January 27, 2011 at 8:21 am

I don't see any Extra gum coupons can either? What zip code is being used?!?

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6 Lisa February 2, 2011 at 7:57 pm

I think the coupons have reached its max, because it doesn't show up when I look. Also, our local CVS stores will not take computer printed coupons. It's too bad, because I've switched stores that I shop at due to this. They say that they're frauds, but I think they're just uneducated about printable coupons.

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