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Still Good! Tide Pods & Gain Flings 95¢ at Dollar General!

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There are a TON of sales, price cuts and rollbacks on laundry products out there right now.  If you’re looking for Tide Pods or Gain Flings, Dollar General, CVS and Family Dollar have the best deals.

If you never made it to Dollar General to get your 95¢ Tide Pods, don’t fret! This sale is still going! 🙂  There’s also nice deals on Tide liquid, All, All Mighty Pacs, and Snuggle so be sure to check the Consumer Queen website for more!

Dollar General Deal thru 4-22:

Buy Tide Pods or Gain Flings 14-16 ct. $3.95 (reg. price: $4.95)
Use $3.00/1 Dollar General manufacturer’s coupon here (exp. 4-29)
OR $3.00/1 printable here OR P&G 4-2 (exp. 4-15) – regional insert coupon
Final price: 95¢!

Even if you have already snagged your 95¢ bag of Tide Pods or Gain Flings, be sure to share this deal to friends and family! Each account has (1) use of this Digital Manufacturers coupon.  For those lucky enough to have the PG regional coupon, this is a great place to use it!

Happy Shopping!

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  1. Thanks you for the heads up I went and got mine today! i’m a coupon newbie and I will have a question – what do you do when you get home and you realize they didn’t apply a coupon ? For example at Dollar General this week it’s buy one bag of pedigree dog food get three cans of Pedegree dog food for free and when I got home I realized they charge me for all three cans. Is there a certain time you go shopping or you don’t feel rushed to confirm all your coupons were applied. I had of line behind me and felt like the lady didn’t want to deal with my coupons.

    1. Hi Sierra, The best time to go shopping when you’re new to couponing is when the store first opens. There won’t be very many people and the cashiers are “fresh” LOL! You can go late at night too but if the cashier you get has worked all day they might not be very coupon friendly. Eventually, if you coupon long enough, you’ll get to a point to where you aren’t nervous and a line behind you or a snippy cashier won’t bother you 😉 If you get all the way home and realize a coupon wasn’t applied you can try going right back with your receipt to the cashier you used. They may be able to fix it. The best thing to do is before you leave the store check your receipt to make sure all the coupons came off. Hope this helps.

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