May 262010

There are several coupons you can request by Snail Mail. Although it may be a little bit of a pain to submit your mailing information each time, if you use these products, you are only taking a few minutes of your time to earn free money IMO. If you use Google, you can also set up something up called Autofill (look for a little Notepad & Pencil icon and the word “AutoFill) on your toolbar. Once you set this up, it will work with most web site forms. Here are some of the ones available right now:

$1/1 Reddi-Whip Topping AND 
.35/1 Banquet Fruit Pies Both HERE
$1/1 Any Kandoo Product HERE
$1/1 Any Banquet Family Size Entree HERE
-.75/1 Maxwell House Coffee HERE
$1/1 Marie Callendar’s Asian Meals HERE
.50/1 SuperPretzel Product HERE

You can also call or write many companies with a compliment (or a suggestion)  and sometimes they will send you coupons as a thanks. If I really love something, or am annoyed by something, I look for the number on the package and call. A few weeks ago I went to make Tacos, and grabbed the Old El Paso seasoning packet and tried to read the instructions on the back. I literally had to go and get a magnifying class and go outside in the brightest light I could find to read the instructions- that’s how tiny the print was.

I took a couple minutes and called Old El Paso and expressed my frustration. Two weeks later I got a coupon in the mail for a free product.Will they change the packaging just cause I called? Probably not- but the next time I cook them and have to go grab my magnifying glass I may just be a little less annoyed. 😉

-Thanks for the list of Snail Mail offers Printable Coupons & Deals!

*Also- Kristin from Couponing to Disney keeps a running list of companies she has contacted and what she got in return for doing so. You can check out her list HERE

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9 Responses to “$1/1 ReddiWhip & Other Snail Mail Coupons”

  1. Kailin says:

    You can also check out CouponingToDisney’s blog. The blogger contacts 5 companies a day and keeps records of who she’s contacted and what response she’s gotten. What a great idea!


  2. Tammy Kranzman says:

    I also have contacted 5 companies a day and get some great responses. I have so many coupon booklets from johnson and Johnson. Kashi is another great company to contact!!

  3. April says:

    I have contacted Odwalla when they stopped making Viva Las Veggies. I loved that drink – and they stopped, but they did send some coupons and were very attentive. I’ve also contacted Sara Lee looking for their Sun-dried tomato bagels and they sent coupons too. One last comment – the link for Reddi-Whip actually sends you to the Banquet Fruit Pies again. Will look for that one on my own. Thanks ;o) !

  4. Amy says:

    Tammy, when you contact companies, how do you know who to contact? and what kind of things do you say?

  5. Kerry says:

    Hey April- sorry to confuse- when you fill out that form you get both the Reddi-Whip & the Fruit pies. :)

  6. Jessica says:

    Love this! I actually prefer to request by mail as some of our local stores do not accept internet coupons (they need to get with the program). Thanks for your hard work!

  7. Tammy Kranzman says:

    Amy, Click on the 5 a day on the right hand side. I usually go to the website and click on the contact us tab. Usually, you have to type in your name, address and so on. I just tell them what I like or don’t like and ask for coupons in so I may continue purchasing their product.

    Here is an example:I wrote this to Bar-S

    I love your turkey dogs!!! I try to watch how much beef my family consumes and this is a great alternative! I would love coupons so that Imay ontinue to purchase these products in the future. Thanks!

    It’s that simple! HTH

  8. April says:

    Hi Kerry – I just need to be a little more savvy and pay attention. I do see where it signs you up for both. Appreciate the clarification though. Some of us need just a little more help than others (me) – Thank you so much for all that you do. This makes life a lot easier for me. Appreciate you!

  9. Nicole says:

    Have you heard of RoboForm? It does an auto fill and the free version lets you save up to 10 passwords and two different profiles. I used one profile for my freebies and junk email, the other for my personal stuff. Thanks for the heads up on the Google thing, I have never used it.

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