Dion’s Deal: FREE Zone Perfect Indulgence Nutrition Square! (+My Excedrin Coupon)

Companies are using Facebook so much to promote their products— I see a freebie offer at least once a week now. Zone Perfect is. Check it out: http://www.facebook.com/ZonePerfect?v=app_321053812297 

Don't these little "Indulgence Squares" look like Russel Stover candies?  Not that I'm complaining...

Don't these little "Indulgence Squares" look like Russel Stover candies? Not that I'm complaining...

 

Zone Perfect is giving away 30-thousand Zone Perfect Indulgence Squares just by becoming a “fan” of the company on your Facebook page.   

To sweeten the deal, the company is also donating $1 to the Save The Music foundation for each new fan.  You can get either the new Chocolate Peanut Butter Mouse Indulgence Square or the Caramel Toffee.  (Goodness these things sound like candy!) 

Oh, also, a co-worker, Kay and I got our Excedrin coupons in the mail.  Talk about FAST delivery. 

How easy is that?  A coupon for *free* Excedrin, up to $5.99. Usually it takes a few weeks to these coupons to arrive, but in our case, it took just over one week!

How easy is that? A coupon for *free* Excedrin, up to $5.99. Usually it takes a few weeks to these coupons to arrive, but in our case, it took just over one week!

 

PS:  To the one viewer who had difficulty with her coupon @ Wal-Mart…just keep in mind, Wal-Mart likes to say printable coupons are not real, when they *are*.  (This comes straight from the manufacturer’s website.) You gotta know the store’s coupon policy.  (Example: some Price Choppers don’t take printables over value X.)

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  3. Wal-Marts have been tightening policies since the first of the year it seems. The printables seem to be source of trouble to the retailers due to but not limited to poor quality prints, fraud (copies) and misuse. All of which should be a concern to couponers. There are those of us that use coupons to “get by” these days and as the retailers restrict coupons we get less for our coupons and cash. Although the decline of printable coupons may be the rebirth of the paper media (inserts).

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