New Printable Coupons: Gerber Graduates & Baby Food

by Marcy on December 1, 2010 · 3 comments

Print these while you can! I see a variety of Gerber Baby/Toddler Food Printable Coupons available right now- something that we don’t see very often! In addition to the $1/2 Gerber NatureSelect 2nd Foods coupon seen in the picture above, I also see the following:

  • $1/3 Gerber NatureSelect 3rd Foods
  • B2G1 Free Gerber Graduates Yogurt Blends Snacks (4 pk)
  • B2G1 Free Gerber Graduates Yogurt Blends (4 pk)

Print these coupons and more here.

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1 Erica Scott December 2, 2010 at 12:13 PM

Hello! Thank you so much for posting these coupons. I am new to coupons and, thanks to you, I am LOVING them! Since I am new, I am not too savvy with using them. I was wondering if you could give me a tip with these Gerber coupons.
My question is, can they be stacked with another coupon or deal? It says on the coupon “limit one coupon per specified item(s) purchased”. What does this mean?
I searched the local stores this week and no one has them on sale right now. But I would like to be prepared for when they do. I guess my question is, what is the best way to use them to maximize my savings?

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

2 Marcy December 2, 2010 at 8:35 PM

Hi Erica,

So glad you are loving coupons! In terms of “stacking”, the only way you can do that is if you have a store coupon that matches up with it. For example, let’s say you print one of the $1/2 Gerber q’s listed above. If your local grocery store has a “Store XYZ” coupon for $1 Gerber baby food, you would be able to use both on the same items.

That is the only example that I can think of where you can “stack” coupons.

Be sure to check out my “Coupon 101” for more tips, and let me know if you have any questions! :-)

Coupon 101: http://www.stretchingabuckblog.com/2009/08/all-about-couponing-coupon-insert-101-2.html

3 Marcy December 2, 2010 at 8:35 PM

Oh and hands down – the best way to maximize your savings is to pair your coupon with a sale. If you can also pair that with a store rewards program or rebate, even better! :-)

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