This deal has expired and may no longer be valid.
The coupons on Coupons.com all seem to have “reset,” meaning you can print two more copies of anything you had previously printed, plus there is a host of new coupons.
$3 off any Huggies Little Movers or Little Snugglers (some folks are saying diapers are clearanced to 75% off at many CVS stores)
$1 off 2 Oscar Mayer Deli Meat (and some other Oscar mayer coupons)
Lactaid coupons including $1 off ice cream, cottage cheese and milk
$2 off Combat pest or rodent killer (sorry to mention this right after the pet food)
Your best bet is to scroll through the 200+ coupons and see which ones you are confident you’ll use, then print them out. I personally keep my printed coupons to a minimum because once their printed I have to keep track of them. I have a very informal system where I keep a small box on my desk, plop loose coupons in and once per month or so I file them into a three-ring binder that has 8 or 10 plastic page protectors labeled with different categories. Once a coupon lands in that binder, good luck remembering it’s there (I almost never do), but it keeps the clutter to a minimum on my desk.
Your turn: Where are you going to use some of these new or reset coupons to get great deals?