This post brought to you by Kraft Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.
Kraft Foods and Walmart are teaming up to bring us, the consumers, even more savings to our wallets. I recently learned that you can clip coupons directly from Walmart.com. And it's not just coupons, there is even a sampling section where you can sign up to try out products.
I'm sure there are many sites that allow this, but I've never been big on couponing. It's something that I'd like to take up to save more money, but geez! It seems like A TON of work! Thankfully stores are making it easier and easier to get some bonus savings. And I like how you can print coupons out on their websites and redeem them in the store even if you don't get the Sunday paper. Now if only I could remember to use the coupons that I clip! Yep, I'm the one who has my coupons in my hand, all ready to hand to the cashier, then gets distracted by the baby, pays the bill and then walks out of the store still holding the coupons, not realizing this until I've reached the car. Doh! Working on that...I've actually started wrapping the coupon around my debit card. That way, I have to take them off before I pay with my card. It has helped...a little ;)
While supplies last, you can get Up to $10 in coupons from Kraft Foods from Walmart on your favorite Kraft products. How does $1 off the following products sound? Not too shabby to me, it's worth the extra bit of effort to print the coupon!
Mio, Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip, Velveeta, Oscar Mayer bacon and hot dogs, Kraft American Singles, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Single Cups (Aaron loves these as a special lunch treat), Kraft Natural Shredded Cheese, ...and the list goes on.