Pampers Gifts to Grow is a program where you enter codes onto Pampers’ site for points and then redeem your points for different rewards. It’s not just for moms and dads, there are rewards like starbucks gift cards! Single-use codes are available on pampers products (wipes, diapers, etc). There are also multi-use promotional codes available. These promotional codes all worked as of September 25, use these codes and get 270 points total – please let us know if you find any are expired:
CAREFORNEWBORNS — 10 points
CONGRATS2NEWMOM — 10 points
GETSTARTEDNOW10 — 10 points
GIFTSTOGROW4MOM — 50 points
GTGCOUPONPOINTS — 10 points
GTGREWARDS4MOMS — 10 points thanks JessiJane30
GTGWELCOME10PTS — 10 points
JOINNOW4REWARDS — 50 points
PAMPERSGTG10PTS — 10 points
PAMPERS4MOMJFM1 — 10 points
WELCOMEGTGPTS10 — 10 points thanks ala119
WELCOME2VILLAGE — 10 points exp 12/31/2012?
10PTSFREECODE4U — 10 points exp 9/30/2011?
2BEGINEARNING10 — 10 points thanks lerna83
2BEGINEARNING50 — 50 points
Through October 18, get 20 bonus points for entering a code from pampers swaddlers or cruisers (limit 1) thanks pinchthosepennies
Note: Members post in this thread when they find new codes: http://www.afullcup.com/forums/sweeps-rewards-points/169907-free-pampers-points-more-added.html I will keep post #821 current during October. I subscribe to the thread so I see when there is a new post, you can too!
If you don’t currently have a gifts to grow account, you can get 100 extra points by signing up here:
Posted 09-30-2011 at 04:04 PM by Rasha
Get your FREE Chocolate Chip Cookie at Great American Cookie Saturday October 1st between 10am and 2pm. Check HERE for participating locations. They are also having a book drive so consider bringing any gently used books with you to donate.
Posted 09-30-2011 at 04:00 PM by Rasha
Save 20% your entire table’s food purchase with this printable coupon. Expires October 5th.
Posted 09-29-2011 at 09:31 AM by Rasha
A comment on my earlier post this week “Extremely Unrealistic Expections – Let’s Get Real About Extreme Couponing” kind of caught me off guard, but in a good way.
Carol said, “I hear a lot of negatives about the Extreme Couponing Show, but here in my little town we have experienced a positive effect. Our stores are actually planning ahead and ordering MORE inventory on their Ad items. If your stores are being ‘wiped out of their ad items, don’t blame the customers. Maybe it’s time to educate the managers. Couponing is here to stay, they should be prepared for it.”
Even with all of the backlash due to “Extreme Couponing” it’s true, this could also be an opportunity for learning not only for shoppers for stores too. Over on a blog post titled TLC’s Extreme Couponing and Confessions of an Unapologetic Shelf Clearer Lisa writes, “Contact the department supervisor and tell them. I do this regularly and, for example, whenever my one grocery store does a promo on a certain kind of frozen veggie, they know I want dozens of them. I just chatted with the frozen department manager in the aisle one day, explained to him why this was a super-hot item when he ran these promos and encouraged him to order more when they are on sale. Ever since then, there has been ample supply. Use these as an opportunity to educate store personnel.”
Though I’d like to remind everyone, when contacting a manager please be super nice. You are always more likely to get positive results when you communicate in a positive manner.
Posted 09-29-2011 at 08:00 AM by Rasha
If you are enrolled on Papa Points you are entered to win a FREE pizza. If you’re not enrolled, you’d better sign up!
They are giving away 1 million FREE pizzas over the next 4 months so good odds of winning!
I just won my free pizza and I didn’t want you all to miss out.
Posted 09-28-2011 at 03:25 PM by Rasha
If you hate “Extreme Couponing,” but LOVE couponing (smartly), then you’ll love our “Not Extreme, Just Smart Couponing Contest.” Starting next week you’ll have the opportunity to win prizes while helping make AFullCup even better.