24 Things That Are Always Free With Coupons + 6 Things That Are Super Cheap!

18. Sweeteners

Good deals for sweeteners plays back into the good deals for obscure products.

Companies want people to try their new products, so they will offer great ways to save on them.

19. Tissues

Single boxes of tissue aren’t expensive to begin with, that’s why it’s so easy to get a box for free.

Pair a sale with a coupon with an app offer and boom! Free box of tissue!

20. Toothpaste + Toothbrushes

Toothpaste is a VERY frequent freebie (especially at drugstores) in the couponing world! You never have to wait long for a good deal match up.

Manual toothbrushes can be scored for free as well, but not as often. This makes sense to me, as I go through a tube of toothpaste faster than I go through brushes.

21. Trial/Travel Size Items

Often times there are coupons or coupon app offers that don’t exclude trial or travel size items. That’s great because trial/travel size items are cheap and the coupon value will cover their cost!

22. True Lemon Drink Mix

True Lemon drink mix is cheap and there are new coupons to save on it all the time. That means lots of free lemonade mix!

23. Wet n’ Wild Make Up

Wet n’ Wild make up is another one of those things that are free with coupons, because it is inexpensive to begin with. I prefer free stuff to paying, though!

24. Zantac

Zantac isn’t exactly cheap, which is why it’s super nice to be able to get it for free with coupons! There are high-value coupons released to save on it consistently.

6 Things That Are Always Super Cheap With Coupons

1. Cough Drops

Cough Drops aren’t pricey to begin, so when there is a coupon to save on them you can pay close to nothing. If you’re sick, this is awesome!

If not:

It’s a good idea to stock on them before they are needed.

2. Crackers & Cookies

While there seems to be an abundance of deals to get Van’s Gluten Free Crackers for free, freebie deals for other cracker brands are more scarce. Fear not, though!

You can still get low prices on cracker and cookies.

3. Deodorant

Buying deodorant only sucks when you pay full price. Good thing stores like CVS and Target (to name a few) have sales and rewards offers routinely.

I save on deodorant by waiting for these rock-bottom prices and stocking up for later.

Though, occasionally a deal for free deodorant does pop up!

4. Lotion

Lotion is one of the essentials that you can save money on! The brands we typically see the best deals on are Jergen’s and Vaseline lotions.

Note that freebie deals for lotion aren’t impossible to find, but they are RARE.

5. Mascara

Mascara is another item that can be pretty cheap if you wait for the right sales and coupons.

The brands we often have deals for are: Maybelline (A LOT), Rimmel, Almay, CoverGirl, and Revlon.

Sometimes you can score mascara for free, though if you’re patient!

6. Protein Bars

Really good deals on protein bars are not uncommon for couponers. The single bars end up being cheap more often than a box of bars, though.

Bonus Freebie Tip:

Kroger is awesome! Do you have a Kroger or one of its 13 affiliate stores?

Every Friday, Kroger puts out a free offer that can be digitally loaded to your store loyalty account. It has to be loaded to your account THAT day, but it can be redeemed anytime within 2 weeks of that Friday.

No purchase is necessary to get the freebie, either!

The coupon for the freebie will be applied automatically during checkout when you use your store loyalty card.

If you think you’ll forget to upload the free offer each week, you can text “PROMO” to 99006 for reminders.

Kroger Affilate store include: Bakers, City Market, Dillon’s, Food4Less, Foods Co, Fred Meyer, Fry’s, Gerbes, JayC Food Store, King Scooper, Owens, Pay Less Super Markets, QFC and Ralph’s & Smiths.


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24 Things That Are Always Free With Coupons + 6 Things That Are Super Cheap!

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I'm Charlie, one of the co-founders of College Life Made Easy: a lifestyle blog that focuses on helping students navigate college life on topics of finance, organization, dorm living and more. 2015 graduate of the Ashland Institute of Massage. Originally from a little bit of everywhere (Air Force brat). Lover of Birkenstocks, rainy weather and miniature things.

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