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  • Celestial Seasonings TeaWell JUST 68¢ Each at Walmart (Regularly $4.67)

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    (Deal Ends When Coupon Expires) Head over to Walmart for a nice deal on Celestial Seasonings TeaWell! Pick two priced at $4.67 each and use two $2 Off One Celestial Seasonings TeaWell Product coupons from SmartSource 3/8 insert to pay $5.34. Then, submit your receipt for $3.98 Off Two Celestial Seasonings TeaWell Boxes Ibotta Cash Back and make the final price JUST 68¢ each!

    ► Buy 2 select Celestial Seasonings TeaWell (16 ct) @$4.67/ea = $9.34
    Use two $2/1 Celestial Seasonings TeaWell Product (SS 3/8, x6/7) = -$4
    Pay: $5.34
    Submit for $3.98/2 Celestial Seasonings TeaWell Boxes Ibotta Cash Back (limit 1, x6/25)
    Final Price: 68¢ each $1.36 for both

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    1. 1

      Is this a coupon that I can clip out of a paper or can I get it online?

      “Use two $2/1 Celestial Seasonings TeaWell Product (SS 3/8, x6/7) = -$4”

      Thank you,

      • 1.1

        Hi Jenny! Most coupons we will refer to are coming from “Inserts”. Inserts are these coupon booklets found inside Sunday edition newspapers. Each insert ‘book’ has a name. The following are the most common inserts you’ll see Coupon Blogs (like ours) referring to:

        SS – Stands for “SmartSource” insert

        RMN – Stands for “RetailMeNot” insert (this used to be RP or “RedPlum”)

        PG or P&G – Stands for “P&G” insert – This comes once a month, at the last Sunday of the month. Most coupons from this insert expire on the last day of the next month.
        The SS 3/8 means the coupon is from the 3/8 sunday newspaper in the SmartSource insert and expires 6/7

    2. 2

      I am new to this. What is a money maker?

      • 2.1

        Hi Nadine! Moneymaker is a deal where the final price is as if you got the item for Free plus some money back in the form of rewards or cash backs. In other words, it’s like, making money. Even though the end result isn’t cash. It’s like making money.

        For example, if you spend $4 to buy something, but there’s a rebate or reward offer that gives you $5 gift card back. Then it’s like you got the item you bought is Free plus you made $1. In that example, the final price is $1 Moneymaker.

        Hope that helps!

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