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How To Get A Stockpile Of Laundry Detergent For Free

Everyone sees the pics on social media of the people laundry products stash that looks like they will be having people come in to shop on a regular basis, but how do they get there? Is it possible to have a stockpile anymore with the coupon limits and prices skyrocketing? YES, you can stock items still. It is not as easy as it used to be but with some work you can do it. First you need to ask yourself, what is too much? What do you want to stock up on? How will you do it? Well these are some questions we are going to help you with it.

Let's begin with laundry detergent and you can score FREE laundry detergent to add to your stockpile weekly.

Every week at CVS they have a P&G promo that includes either Gain or Tide. This can include liquid and pods for both laundry brand. The items included change weekly but it's the same concept. This is exactly what I do to get my Tide Pod stocked up. The promos will range from spend $20.00 get $5.00 ECB to spend $30.00 get $10.00 ECB. I started out with the spend $30.00 get $10.00 ECB deal. After coupons I spent around $15.00 and got $10.00 ECB. I then waited for the next week and the spend $20.00 get $5.00 ECB reward came and I was able to get 4 bags of Tide pods after coupons for $1.96 and got back $5.00 ECB. Now the prices have changed since I started about $1.00 per bag, but it still can be done by utilizing your CVS app with your CVS digital coupons, printable coupons that you can get from P&G everyday rewards. This can be done with other items like the Bounty and Charmin but it is more out of pocket and the coupons are not as high value. Continue to roll your weekly ECB's and scoring free detergent. Once the good coupons are around for that cycle sometimes you can get up to three bags of Tide Pods and put out no money at all.

Cycling this sale on a regular basis will score you a nice little stockpile of laundry detergent. Remember you do not need five years of laundry detergent, it does go bad. Get what is enough for your family.

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