How to Get Baby Formula Coupons

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Baby formula is expensive, especially if your baby must use a special formula for especially for digestive problems. Learn how you can get grocery coupons for baby formula to help reduce your expenses until your baby is on solid food.

  • Get coupons directly from the manufacturer. Visit websites like Similac, Enfamil, Gerber, Nestle, and Carnation and sign up for email alerts, new parent clubs, or printable coupons.

  • Look in your Sunday paper coupon inserts. Ask friends, neighbors, family, and coworkers without babies to save the coupons or coupon inserts for you. Create a network of people collecting coupons on your behalf. Grandmothers, mothers in law, aunts, and cousins are glad to help!

  • Buy formula coupons on eBay. Many eBay sellers have eBay stores with nothing but grocery coupons. The coupons are organized by type. Just search for formula coupons and you will find them in batches of 10 or 20 coupons.

  • Visit thecouponclippers.com. You can also buy grocery coupons on this site.

  • Check Craigslist.org, freecycle.org, and freepeats.org. You can find other moms giving away baby formula coupons, as well as other free baby items.

  • Join a coupon train. You can find these coupon trading groups on thegrocerygame.com and coupon mom.com. Join a group where you are the only one who wants formula coupons.

  • Ask your pediatrician. They can give you coupons or offer more resources for where you can obtain infant formula coupons.

  • Sign up for online printable coupons. You can print the coupons at home and use them at the grocery store, Walmart, or Target. See the resources section below for links to websites where you can print grocery coupons.

Tips & Warnings

  • Be resourceful. Ask around for others to help you collect coupons. People will help.

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