When looking to save money on everyday purchases, coupons are an easy way to cut back costs. P&G, also known as Proctor & Gamble, provides a booklet of coupons that is released in most Sunday newspapers. No matter what you need to buy, P&G has a wide range of products, from clothes detergent to paper towels to hair colouring; which makes having access to their coupons a must-have when shopping for your family. If you haven't seen the P&G brand Saver coupon book in your local Sunday newspaper, Proctor & Gamble makes it simple for you to search and find one that does.
Things you need
- Internet access
Visit the P&G website. The brand Saver website provides you with two important pieces of information regarding the upcoming coupon booklet: the expected amount of coupon savings and the exact date those savings will appear in the newspaper.
Click on the RSS feed at the bottom of the page to see which newspaper in your area carries the coupon booklet and get daily updates on PG products, or sign up to receive the newsletter by e-mail.
Enter your information. There are two ways to locate newspapers that carry the P&G brand Saver coupon book: Search by Postcode or search by state. Make your selection by entering your Postcode into the search box under “Search by zip code” and clicking on “Go." To search by state, go to the “Search by State” box and click on the drop box. When you locate your state, click “Go” to view your results.
Choose your newspaper. Your results for either the Postcode search or the state search will provide you with a number of newspaper choices. Look for your local newspaper; if you are unable to locate the name of your newspaper, look for the name of one in your surrounding area.
Buy a newspaper. The PG brand Saver website has featured newspapers that you can subscribe to or contact if you would like to set up a subscription and delivery or have questions. If you do not want to set up a subscription or if your local paper is not one of the ones featured, pick up a Sunday paper at your local grocer, convenience store or newspaper stand.
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