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Coke Zero .99/1 coupon= FREE 2 ltr!

Posted December 19, 2011

There's a fabulous coupon available right now for .99/1 Coke Zero when you Like them on Facebook! Hurry - this one will not last long! Click HERE for the coupon. Click on "Trial" when you get to their Facebook page to print the coupon.

The Coke Zero 2 ltr is on sale at Harris Teeter for $1.67 and Lowes Foods for $1.50 through 12/20 so it will be free after the coupon doubles! 

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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 21, 2011

    Good to know, sandtran. Glad it scanned with no issues. Thanks for the info!

  • sandtran36 Dec 20, 2011

    Used my Coke Zero coupon at Harris Teeter last night. All went smoothly! Thanks for the info, Faye! ;D

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 20, 2011

    That is a nice compliment from your CVS cashier, Oxy. My CVS cashiers are awesome as well!

  • Oxymoron02 Dec 20, 2011

    RB, you are absolutely correct, stores have no obligation to accept coupons. A great many stores have decided that it benefits their bottom line to do so, and for that we are all very greatful. Some stores even double coupons, and those stores are made of win.

    I, personally, am getting very tired of being treated like a criminal because I try to use a few coupons. I almost never print internet coupons unless I know I can make use of them at one of the more couponer friendly stores I frequent. I have enough trouble using newpaper coupons in some places.

    I was actually complimented by my regular CVS cashier the other day. He told me I was really good at this, and that I'm one of the people he watches closely when I come in, not because he thinks I'm committing fraud but because he can tell I'm not, I'm winning the game, and it's easy for him to copy my moves. :D

  • hwurr2 Dec 19, 2011

    To RB Spirit-
    I was a retail store manager for 7 years and witnessed cases of coupon fraud too. However, I think most of the readers/followers of Faye's blog are ethical people trying to use their resources in the best way possible to benefit their families and help others.
    It's unfortunate that you continually attack Faye, Nancy and others on this blog because if you took some of their advice, perhaps you would be a much more fulfilled person who does not feel the need to constantly put others down others. I appreciate the information on this blog as many others do.Perhaps one day you will find an appreciative "spirit" and be thankful for others trying to help in this difficult economy.

    Of course, I'd probably be bitter too if I had been a CSM at Wal-Mart. Hopefully you will have a "Merry Christmas" and 2012 will be more pleasant for you.

  • Mitt from Mexico Dec 19, 2011

    Stores have no obligation to accept any coupon. Coupon fraud happens a lot. A lot more than you think. At least once a day during a 6 or 7 hour shift we would get numerous fraudulent coupons, because most of the time the clerk would simply override it and take it off manually.

  • Nancy Dec 19, 2011

    RB - "So yes Nancy, your 50cent coupon that upset you so much about would be a big deal if they are not valid and a lot of people use them. "

    Except I presented a total of two coupons, I know about fraudulent coupons and I've yet to see one for 50 cents off an item that costs almost $3.

    In fact, I often read about current fraudulent coupons at this site, perhaps the cashiers at FL could learn from this site as well how to recognize fraudulent coupons:

    http://www.couponinformationcenter.com/coupon-fraud-list.php?st=84bc3

  • Mitt from Mexico Dec 19, 2011

    Coupon fraud is a big thing in retail stores. I remember from when I was a CSM at Wal-Mart. So yes Nancy, your 50cent coupon that upset you so much about would be a big deal if they are not valid and a lot of people use them. Coupon fraud is just as a big a deal as people using fake checks. That happened a lot too. Any Suzy or Johnny can create a fake check or coupon on a printer and adobe software now. And like you said, it's only 50 cents, I am sure with all your other savings it won't kill you.

  • momboozer Dec 19, 2011

    Since it says "any" coke zero, i will probably use in on a good deal for 12 pk cokes.

  • Nancy Dec 19, 2011

    paintbananas, FL is really not prepared for coupons from the printer it seems. I had one 50 cent coupon I presented last week (different FL) and the cashier called over a manager. She said to the manager "Can she use this?" and I asked, "Why couldn't I? I purchased the item." and the manager responded, "We get a lot of fraudulent coupons" as she looked at the coupon very briefly - no way she knew what to look for in the cursory look she gave it.

    I then said, "It's a shame, but I seriously doubt a 50 cent coupon, which I printed off Smart Source, would be fraudulent and is the only printable coupon I presented."

    Turns me off to be treated like a criminal. A 50 cent coupon?? Seriously?

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