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Head on over here to print a rare $0.50/1 any Flatout Flatbread Item coupon!
(Thanks, Printable Coupons and Deals!)
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CVS: Annie’s Mac & Cheese Only 25¢ After Ibotta (Starting 12/11)
Target: Nice Savings on Crayola Markers (No Coupons Needed)
It’s only for $.50
These are yummy!! Thank you🙂 Have a fabulous weekend!
You’re welcome! You have a great weekend too!🙂
When I printed it was only $0.50 cents
Have to say mine said .50 cents too!
.50 cents for me as well
$.50 here too
Same for me: Just 50c
But still a great coupon
Sorry, all! I just updated with the correct coupon value.
Thanks for the coupon! Hopefully they will be BOGO soon.
Question. When you print some single coupons there is an advertisement that prints as well. Is there a way to prevent this? I am somewhat successful in stopping the printer but am always afraid I will cut off the bottom of the coupon. TIA!
If it is the 1st print of your coupon and the coupon prints at the top of the page, cut or cleanly edge-tear enough of the paper to just print your coupon, plus a little extra (guess how I know this). Different printers are more picky than others, so until you know yours, put the sheet in so it feeds with the mnfg. cut. This way you don’t have to hit your ‘stop’ button.
For the second print, I usually let it print and have my finger ready to hit the ‘stop’ button when it has printed a couple of lines below the Save .00 On Two. It may print some of the ad, but ad least it doesn’t cut the Q off. HTH
Great idea using a partial piece of paper! My printer is not picky about odd edges. I discovered this when I ran out of full size sheets and had to use whatever scraps I had lying around. Thank you!
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