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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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I’m so excited, they have restocked the 7 UP $1 off printable coupon!!

Get $1 off any 20 oz bottle, 2 Liter, or 6 pk of 7 UP

This makes a 2 liter FREE at Publix this week!

(thanks Common Sense with Money!)

    • jdm

      thanks! :-)

    • Barb

      Yes, thank you, but could someone explain this part of the fine print? “Void if prohibited, taxed, restricted, transferred, assigned, or coupon is reproduced, gang cut or mint condition.” I understand the first part, but what is “gang cut or mint condition?”

      • Mint condition is new to me, but gang cut is a new way that manufacturer's are refusing coupons. Folks who take 20 inserts and cut all the coupons at one time the manufacturer will refuse them saying that it is fraudulent use.

        • brodybugsmomma

          Even if someone cut 20 at one time… how in the world would they know? I only cut coupons as needed and leave the inserts whole, but I don't see how they would be able to tell a difference if coupons are coming in for processing at different times. And if somewhat bought 20 papers and decided to save time by cutting them all at once, why should they care? Do manufactures only want us to really get 1 insert per week?

          • Suemh

            I agree. I only buy 2 papers a week but occassionally get inserts from friends. If there is an especially good q in SS, I will buy extra local papers to get it. I feel that as long as I am paying for the newspaper, I should be entitled to use the coupons as I see fit.

            • Barb

              I would take it a step further and indicate that as long as they are printing a certain number of inserts, they should anticipate a certain number of redemptions up to and including total amount printed as a contingent liability.

              I know people who get extra inserts from dumpsters, etc. There would be no way to tell the difference between someone who paid for them and someone who didn't or got them from friends, family, etc.

              I have looked in the dumpster a couple of times but haven't had any luck finding whole inserts except for expired ones.

          • Lucy

            I think that “gang cut” is prohibited because coupons are a marketing strategy. There is a reason why we can only print 2 per computer – it's done so that everyone would have a chance to try the product. They don't want a couple of people to print all the coupons. Let's say if the coupon limit is 10,000, they want those 10,000 people to print them, not 100 people to print 100 coupons each. I think that they also want to avoid people selling coupons, because it hurts their marketing. But yea, I have no problem printing or cutting as many coupons as I can :)

        • Barb

          Thank you; that makes sense now (the terminology).

          However, I agree with the next poster.

          Wondering how long it will be before manufacturer's start saying only one coupon per transaction.

      • elizabeth

        I looked it up:

        “Mint Condition
        Coupons that appear gang-cut or carefully stacked. Coupons that are not soiled or dirty or even bent, wrinkled, or torn, and unlikely to have been properly redeemed.”

        From http://www.tvb.org/selling/Sales_Toolbox/Co-Op/Co-op_Glossary.asp#m

        This is hilarious to me. So, if we don’t get our coupons dirty or bend them or tear them, they are fraudulent?

    • susan

      “gang cut” (coupons presented in bulk that appear to have been cut by machine — a form of coupon fraud),

    • susan


    • pkevinkim

      YES! Jenny thank you for all you do! You have saved me lots of money.

    • thanks so much!

    • Got my two!

    • Crystal

      I live in the Midwest but I looove your site :) We don't have a Publix here, but I will wait for a sale…or maybe use it at the double coupon event at Kmart. I have gone every day. Gotta love free stuff :)

    • 3monkeysmom

      Arghh!!! On vacation and can't print this :-( I'm sure it will be gone by the time I get back on Saturday!

    • tonyareid

      i got two a few days back when this first came available. it won't let me print again. i guess i shouldn't be greedy. my kids loved the “free” cherry 7up with their supper tonight. this was a rare treat. i never buy soft drinks(only milk and juice). they thought they had won the lottery! thanks jenny. i am super mom this week.

      • rae

        I love this post – soft drinks are a great treat, not some fancy video game or expensive toy…just something about your post triggered a heart-tug for me. Thanks, super mom!

    • cdarwak

      Woot! Publix here I come!

    • lil74hippie

      7Up is $0.99 at Harris Teeter this week as well.

    • Brittany

      aww man… it told me I had printed it already and I never have :( I didn't even get it last time.
      y'all enjoy your 7up!!

      • Brittany

        I spoke to soon! I just tried it again and it worked:) woohoo free 7up! :)

    • Awesome, I love soda coupons, they're pretty rare and this will make it free or almost free at Kroger or Food Lion, it's usually around $1 or maybe a little over at most places. Love free soda!

    • erincolleen

      Hurray! Got my two coupons and I was already on my way to Publix later today! I love freebies!!!

    • Suemh

      7-up is 99¢ at Bi-Lo on Price-Lock, so free at Bi-Lo.

    • IdA

      7 up is also $1 at Kmart this week.

    • SB

      I have a question. I would never photocopy a coupon for use. However, I printed this coupon thinking it would print on the opposite end of the paper and it printed on the back of another coupon. Is it fraudulent to copy one of the coupons so I can use both as long as I void the coupon that I copied. I hope that makes sense. I don't want to photocopy and use it twice.

      • hd

        Well, I don't know…it is just a dollar so don't stress too much either way!:)

      • susan

        walgreens had a printed booklet with coupons that were double sided…meaning one coupon on one side and one on the other, and it just so happened that i wanted to buy BOTH items, and publix gave me credit for both of them. maybe that helps. thanks

      • Suemh

        I see nothing wrong with this. When you print 2 coupons for the same thing, they have different bar codes. As long as you don't use 2 with the same bar code, I do not see how it could be considered fraud. I think that I would copy both of the coupons and trash the “one” original.

        • SB

          Good idea. Thanks

      • ckfourth

        I print on the back of paper that my husband or I have recycled. One time it did print on the back of coupon I never used. I just put a marker line through the side I didn't want. There wasn't a problem. One time I accidentally print on photo paper…they took that one too! :0)

      • marcieblack

        sometimes there is a sort of “watermark” on printables so that when you photocopy it, it becomes obvious that it is a copy. hth.

    • crystalfawn

      INK! I love the coupon but how do I print without wasting all my color ink on the “Ridiculously Bubbly” heading? Any ideas would be appreciated. I have only printed 1 because of this problem. Thanks!

      • Coach A

        My local Walgreens/Rite Aid/Wal Mart have no problems accepting internet coupons in grayscale rather than color. When you get ready to print there should be an option to print in grayscale, though it may depend upon your brand of printer. Usually you can click the 'file' button then 'print' button, and then 'options' to print only in black and white. HTH.

        • crystalfawn

          I can print PDFs in grayscale but these type of coupons just go straight to print and they ALWAYS print in color. I will usually hit stop and delete if the banner prints after the coupon but the coupons with the banner at the top just kill me and make me think twice about printing. The Hasbro toys also have a very colorful banner at the top :( I wonder if its because I own an Apple Mac? Thanks for you suggestion…Any other ideas????

        • crystalfawn

          Oh I forgot to mention that my default is grayscale which is really confusing when it then prints these brick coupons in color????

          • teachingthem

            My default is grayscale & bricks always print in grayscale for me. Maybe check your settings again?

    • Lucy

      Thanks! The coupons are good for a month, so I'll just keep them for an upcoming birthday party. I know these are free at Publix this week, but they are also $1 +some cents in Walmart every day. Also the coupons are good on regular, diet, or any flavor 7Up. Awesome!

    • SusanStauffer

      My Publix (St. Augustine, FL) has them b1g1 free this week at $1.79, so for every 2 2 liters I bought, there was a 21 cent profit. :)

    • kristine

      they are all gone, again :( haven't gotten any yet :(, better luck next time I guess.

      • CouponBubba

        I missed it as well. You know the expression “day late and a dollar short” – well this time I guess I really am a dollar short. :)

        • kristine

          Hehehe…yup, we will just have to make up for it by grabbing some of these other great deals :)!

    • ckfourth

      OOPS! It's already gone!

    • redteapot

      Limit is already met here.

    • I used both of my coupons at KMart tonight, where they were doubled, and was able to get a 6 pack of 7up bottles for $0.75 each!

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