*HOT* $5/1 Nature Made Vitamins Coupon

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UPDATE: There is also a $3/1 Nature Made Vitamins coupon available using zip code 39211. You should be able to print this coupon twice as well! (Thanks to all the readers who mentioned this in the comments below!)

Wowza! Hurry on over to coupons.com to snag a very *HOT* coupon for $5 off ANY Nature Made Vitamins (if you can’t find the coupon, try zip code 93035). Be sure to print 2 copies and then save them for a Buy 1 Get 1 Free store sale to snag some sweet savings. All gone?! πŸ™

Check out this Walgreens Deal Scenario below to see how you can snag FREE bottles of Vitamin C…

UPDATE: Sorry, all. Reportedly these are not on sale buy one get one free, but if you were lucky enough to be able to print the $3 and/or $5 coupons, you should still be able to snatch up some FREE or cheap Vitamins!

Buy 2 Nature Made Vitamin C Chewables 60ct $8.49 each (based on online price)
Minus buy 1 get 1 FREE sale = $8.49 for both
Use the $5/1 coupon found here
Use the $2/1 Walgreens coupon found in the January coupon booklet (will deduct $3.49)
Final cost FREE!*
* Print 2 $5/1 coupons and do the above deal scenario twice to snag 4 FREE bottles of Vitamin C!

(Thanks, Southern Cali Saver!)

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Comments 115

  1. Annie

    Can’t find any with all the different zip codes given. Bummer!

  2. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    NO Q’S πŸ™

  3. melissa

    If you cannot get it (i could not) also try the Your life coupon – there was a coupon in the paper recently i believe for like 3 or 4 off??? maybe 2? b ut anyways get 2 of the coupon – and they are buy one get one at walgreens and you pay like 2 bucks or so????

  4. Shelly T.

    Looks like it is gone!

  5. heidi

    can’t find it!!

  6. Annalea

    Oh man! I really could’ve used those 2 coupons. πŸ™

  7. heidi

    used the zip 39211 and it showed the coupon but wouldn’t print it…better luck next time!!

  8. Takako

    I tried 93030 while ago then I saw it so I tried print out but not on the paper. Ugh! >_<

  9. Annalea

    OK, I found the $5 off coupon in the coupon section at AllYou.com (I used zip code 93035 and clicked Health Care), but it wouldn’t print for me. Ugh! Bummer.

    • Jill

      Same here; won’t print πŸ™

  10. Lpmousse

    I got 2 100 count bottles of Vitamin C (500 mg) for $.99 with the coupon. My cashier couldn’t make the $2 coupon go through, but she took the money off of the one she gave me for free. πŸ˜‰ Oh well- $.99 for 2 bottles of vitamin C isn’t too bad.

    • Lpmousse

      There is a page of nature made coupons in the very front of the new February All You magazine. πŸ˜‰ Enjoy!

  11. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    If you printed this coupon when it was available you can use it at Target to get free 60ct. fish oil. I was able to print 6 earlier and just got 6 bottles for the cost of tax!

  12. Jennifer

    Will this work?
    Deal Scenario:
    Purchase 2 Nature Made 100ct Vitamin C tablets at $5.99 each
    Register will deduct $5.99 for bogo promotion
    use the $2/1 Nature Made Vitamin C Walgreens Store Coupon(100 ct.) or Chewable (60 ct.)-
    + use 2- $5/1 Nature Made printables
    Final Cost: FREE + possible $6 in coupon overage to go towards other items in your order.


    • Collay

      Nope. I tried this tonight. The $2 Wags coupon does NOT work with the $5.99 Vitamin C. The scenario Collin posted also will not work, because that variety of Vitamin C is NOT BOGO this week.

      • Jennifer

        Bummer!!! Thanks for sharing.

      • Stacy

        I did this deal today 1/11 and it worked fine without the WAGS IVC. That only worked on the 1,000 MG which is 11.49 at my store. I was able to print 2 of the coupons and Walgreens had the Nature Made BOGO. I got the 500 mg 100 count tablets for $5.99 and they took both MQ’s giving me $4.01 in overage. The Nature Made is in this week’s ad as BOGO. I’m not sure why y’all would think it wouldn’t work.

        • Collay

          ^^^Because the items that Collin mentioned are NOT included, that is why. I checked both walgreens.com, as well as in the store itself, and the $8.49 chewables are not BOGO.

          The $5.99 vitamins will definitely work for overage, but not with the $2 Wags coupon or for a $6 MM, as the OP stated, so I was just giving her the knowledge that I had about how this deal works.

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Here in Fl the chewable Vit C is BOGO! I did the same deal that Collin had listed and paid $0 for $ bottles. HTH πŸ™‚

        • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

          That is suppose to be for 4 bottles! No overage but I paid $0 for 4 bottles of the Vit C chewable. πŸ™‚ Thanks Collin!!!

    • Jolene

      I was able to get 2 bottles of the chewable vitamin C ($8.49 each) BOGO at my Walgreens (in UT) use 2 $3 off coupons and the $2 off Walgreen booklet coupon (deducted $4) so I got $1.50 overage! Then I bought 2 bottles of a multi vitamin ($10.99 each) BOGO and used 2 $5 off coupons, but I forgot to use the booklet coupon, but oh well. I can’t complain! It was a great shopping day!

  13. Collay


    The way you have the deal written out is incorrect, unfortunately. The variety of chewable Vitamin C (60 ct.) that you have listed are NOT BOGO. You’d need to use the Vitamin C 100 ct. that are $5.99 BOGO, but the $2 Wags coupon will beep, but at least you can get some overage. The other option is that you can get the Vitamin C chewables in 100 ct. (which are BOGO), but they are $10.99 each. Then you can use the Wags booklet coupon with them. I wish this deal was as sweet as I’d hoped it would be :(.

    • Sheree

      I was able to do this deal and it worked GREAT!!!!!!!!!!! I got the chewable 60 ct used the $2 IVC coupon and the coupon.com $5 coupon. Everything worked out fine for me.


      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Same here!!!!!! Vit C 60 ct chewables were bogo at $8.49. πŸ™‚

  14. Cindy

    I love saving and using coupons – but should you use other zip codes when the coupons are suppose to be regional? Isn’t it things like this that give couponeers a bad name – and should offers be posted saying use zip code ##### if yours don’t work

    • mouni

      Cindy, don’t you think these sites know that we don’t actually live in those zip codes? They can easily tell from your IP address. If they didn’t want people from other regions to print those coupons they wouldn’t have made it so easy and they could’ve easily blocked those coupons and made them only available to specific zip codes. Where you live is not important and you’re not even required to enter a zip code to be able to print coupons. πŸ˜‰

      • Cindy

        mouni, my question was specific for coupons that do require a zip and only come up with certain ones – I see lots of complaints how cashiers give people a hard time like they are doing things wrong when using coupons – lying about your zip would be wrong

        • mouni

          I do understand what you mean but I wanted to make a point that coupons.com doesn’t block coupons that are available to other regions for a reason. The zip codes are meant to show you the coupons that are available to different regions and nothing states that they should only printed by people who live there. Believe me if they didn’t want us to print them they have the means to block the coupons from us. Happy couponing. πŸ™‚

  15. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Whatever you do Cindy don’t use any zip code besides your own……..the coupon police will haul you away!!!! LOL!!!!!

    • Cindy

      Kim – I have a set of beliefs that I use to gage my choices in life, and for my lying is never an ok choice, cheating the system not okay – just cause I can do something and others do doesn’t make it ok and it is never about getting caught or getting ion trouble it is personal standards saving a few bucks is not worth going against that

      • Xenia

        Cindy, I was wondering the same. But if you think about it, lots of ppl buy coupons from different sites, even though, they state “money you pay is for my time clipping” and blah-blah, but let’s be honest, you basically getting the coupons!! And every single coupon says “cant be sold or transferred”.
        But, thats just the way it is. I think every couponer decides for himself. Cant change it. Take it or leave it πŸ™‚ We gonna get the weird looks from the cashiers anyways πŸ˜€
        I respect your choice and frankly speaking I got my ‘standards’ for coupons too, but when it’s a different zip I gotta use – I personally go for it.

  16. Terri

    My ad specifically says nature made vitamins and supplements..there are no specifc kinds not included..I did this deal last night and it worked fine. I asked the employee in the aisle and she said all the vitamins, and that the coupon is fine…so try it!

  17. Amanda

    I just purchased these Vitamin C’s today, and they did ring up B1G1 at our local store in central IL. Wonder what’s going on?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      I did too, in SD, and they rang up BOGO also– Collin’s deal worked for me just fine πŸ™‚

  18. AmyH

    I printed two right when you let us know and got some free at Target today- The fish oil 60 ct is on sale for $5 among a few others. πŸ™‚

  19. marie

    i tried these at 3 diff stores 2 gerbes stores and 1 walmart and they only would ring up for $1 instead of the $5 anybody else have this problem

  20. Natt

    I usually buy my NatureMade and other supplements at iherb. They gave me a code WIM426 to share for new customers $5-10 off (in addition to their sales and low prices). This code works and it doesn’t expire. You’ll likely get FREE shipping too. WIM426 at checkout.

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