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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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    • $avin'some$

      thanks so much!  once i finally decided to sit down and figure out this site i realized it wasn't as difficult as i thought it was from just a quick glance i had given it a few times.  i've actually now got three accounts i “do the work for”.  i get coupons sent to me, my mom and my in-laws.  i hope they keep up the $10 off $50 harris teeter Qs for a LONG time!  they rock!  (by the way, they've updated the expiration date on the current ones to july 31,11.)

    • MomOf4

      There's a new 5 points you can earn on the right by answering a question about laundry :)

    • I am happy to have he points but I disagree with the quiz.  Cloth Diapers ARE more eco-friendly than disposables.  Disposables sit in a landfill for hundreds of years while cloth is reusable over and over again during the entire diapering period of a baby's life.

      • $avin'some$

        i know- i thought the same exact thing.  hopefully, savvy readers will notice they cited only ONE study that was done in the UK to support their claims.

      • natalie

        i totally agree, i thought the same thing!

      • blessedbeingmom

        I totally agree as well, although we also cloth-diapered for economic & health reasons.  We started when our oldest was about 8 months old and used cloth until she was out of diapers.  We used them from birth with our second & third kids, although I will confess that after hurricane Katrina when our son was about a year & a half old, we got lazy & never went back to cloth.

    • Crafty_cat_86

      there area number of mini quizzes in thr sidebar–don't miss!

    • carrie

      Anyone know the zip for the Publix coupon on Recyclebank?  I think it's an Atlanta zip but the ones I'm trying aren't showing any Publix Qs.  Thanks.

    • Ellyn Reeder

      This SERIOUSLY ticked me off. As a cloth diapering mama I know that there is a greater environmental impact with the disposables. How many diapers ended up in a landfill for us? Yes, we washed our diapers, but how much water is used in the production of disposables? They found the ONE survey that said it was “neutral”. UGH! Not to mention that if we figure my son was in diapers for 108 weeks, and we would've spent $20/week on diapers, that would've cost $2,160! Compared to less than $300 spent on diapers & less than $200 spent on detergent (that we used to wash our clothes, too). TOTAL we saved at least $1500! Talk about a money saving mama! Not to mention less trips to the store, by us & by the manufacturers.

      • I just wanted to point out that $20/week for diapers is faaaar off the mark, especially for a couponer. We use Pampers Cruisers (used Swaddlers for 11 months). Retail is about $20/box (108ct for sz 1 swaddlers – 80ct for sz 3 cruisers). I never pay more than $10-14 for a box (which usually comes with free wipes, courtesy of coupons) and a box lasts about two weeks. So it's more like $5-7 a week. If I play the drug stores right, I can get jumbo packs for just $2-3/pk (~36ct)… or “free” if I use ECBs and such.

        I have a LOT of respect for cloth diapering mamas. My mom and mother in law did it (I couldn't use disposables, and my MIL was a hippie). But me? I'll gladly pay the $5-7 a week if for no other reason than to avoid the added workload of cloth diapering.

        At avg. $6/wk, that's only $648 total for 108 weeks (plus free wipes often times). And the $35 P&G coupon booklets inside the boxes make it even better.

        Not trying to steer your opinion or defend my own or argue the pros/cons of either choice, just pointing out the math to anyone who may come across this.

        And one last thing- Pampers cruisers/swaddlers, if nothing else, are definitely the smallest diapers around – first thing in the morning and right out of the box. They're much thinner (and thus, less shipping/packaging) and even when they're full they're still smaller than any other disposable I've tried (which would be pretty much all of them). And Swaddlers are the softest disposable diapers ever (except for Huggies Pure & Natural, but they tended to leak… anyway).

    • Carolyn

      I just started recyclebank about a month ago when they had those points for the greener house quizzes. I was able to get a Pistachios coupon for a FREE bag for 200 pts. It had no size limit, price limit, nothing when I got it in the mail! It almost looked suspicious b/c it looked too good! Went to Publix and used it on the biggest bag I found. I got a $15.49 bag for FREE!!!! The manager had to come over and check out the coupon, and she agreed and said yep, no limit. WOW!!!

    • AngieN

      Is the $10 off $50 at Harris Teeter before or after other/manufacturer coupons?  And, yes, the Pampers quiz irked me, too.

      • It's before coupons. You would give them the $10 off $50 coupon before any other coupon. I don't have HT (unfortunately) but that's how every other store works. So unless the HT coupon says otherwise, give it to them first. And don't forget to give it first, because if you give it to them after they've already taken off your other qs and your balance is under $50, it'll be a mess. They'll have to take off the other coupons (or possibly redo the entire transaction).

        • AngieN

          Thanks, Amanda.  I'm assuming I should give it to them before I scan my VIC card, too.

          • Amanda

            No, after they scan your card.

    • FYI apparently the points are no longer available. I took the quiz (and I'm already logged in to recyclebank on another tab) and when I click to get the points, the recyclebank error page comes up.