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New Canadian Printable Coupons: Glade, Scrubbing Bubbles, Windex and Ziploc!

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There are new printables for some of our favorite SC Johnson products.  They are:

$1.50 when you buy 2 Scrubbing Bubbles

$4 Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner

$1.50 Glade Scented Oil Tin

$1.50 any Glade product

$1.50 any Windex Multisurface

$1.50 any Ziploc product

Buy One Get One Free Pledge Multisurface aerosol

Yeah new coupons!  And if you still have the old ones that are good til the end of the month there could be some great stacking at London Drugs!

Click here to print yours (you will have to register for the site if you haven’t already).

Huge thanks to gotagetitfree for this heads up!

13 comments

  1. Melodiemar

    Any one else have problems printing these? I registered and tryed to print, I got blank sheets, and a window came up that said I can’t print. If I tried to do it again, it wouldn’t let me…and it never did ask me to install the active x….sooo sad:-(

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  2. maybe

    It seems that alot of people are having problems with them. I’m going to email sc johnson and see if they can fix it. The coupons just went up today so maybe they are having some technical problems.

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  3. Missy

    YAY, more coupons that will be refused by every cashier at every store that I try ti use them at. Im not even wasting the paper or ink this time.

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  4. Claire

    Mine printed properly AND without doing anything to the settings (since as far as I know you can’t anyway) they printed at a much better size than the original coupons. The are about a third of a page now so they actually look legitimate.

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  5. krista

    hey, as i am very new to the whole coupon thing, can someone tell me what “stacking” is? can you use more than 1 coupon for some items?

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  6. Natalka

    You get the message on how to install the coupon printer right after you click on a coupon to print.
    Had no problems printing mine today – the only thing is there is a LONG wait after clicking print my coupon and it actually happening – there were times I was ready to give up and not wait any longer, but it was there, waiting in the queue for the printer to do.

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  7. sharp1

    Krista: London Drugs (in Western Canada, I think) is the only place I’ve heard of that you can stack coupons. I’m new to this too, so someone else might know of other places.

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  8. Catherine

    I agree with you Missy. I printed all of the last coupons, wasted all that ink, and still have not been able to find a store that will take coupons printed from the internet. I contacted SC Johnson and asked if there was a way to get the same coupons mailed out. They said there wasn’t and sent me a coupon for a free Glade product up to $5.99. Still doesn’t make up for all of the savings I could be getting if I could actually use these printed coupons somewhere. Anyone know of a store that will take them on the east coast?

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  9. Tina

    Thanks for the printables. I just finished the last set that expires on Oct.31. (MH said are we going to run out of paper again?)

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  10. Nettie

    I really wish companies wouldn’t offer coupons then make you download a program to your computer before you can access them. I don’t want to risk my computer to save a few cents. Then also take the risk that stores won’t accept them because they are printed. Way too much hassel.

    So, unfortunatly I am also passing on this.

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  11. Kim

    Hey All,

    i live in ontario and I frequently use printed coupons at walmart with little to no hassel. BTW pls post if you know any stores in ontario that do stackng…Thanks ! :)

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