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FREE chocolate milk February 3, 2010

Filed under: Dairy,Groceries,Health — Meg @ 6:50 am
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UPDATE: This promotion appears to have ended early due to high demand. Sorry, folks! There seem to be more milk lovers out there than coupons available. We’ll let you know when we see this come around again. 2/4/10

My latest sweet treat? Chocolate milk in my coffee! And I got it FREE!

As part of the “got milk?” campaign, you can get a FREE half gallon of chocolate milk (any brand up to $3) with the purchase of one gallon of white milk (any brand).  All you need to do is go to the Great Gallon Give website, click “enter now” in the upper left-hand corner, and enter to win FREE milk  for a year. The consolation prize for not being the grand prize winner is a printable coupon for the FREE chocolate milk! Just be sure your printer is on, connected, and stocked with paper.

The great part about this deal is that it is good on any brand of milk. Organic? No problem! Hershey’s? Gotcha covered. Nestle quick? Done. And if the chocolate milk you choose is over $3, this ends up being a coupon for $3 off your purchase.

Expires: They’re giving out 125,000 coupons, and the coupon I printed today expires March 5, 2010


4 Responses to “FREE chocolate milk”

  1. M Says:

    You’ll need to install the coupon printer application in order to print the coupon, but it is the same coupon printer app that nearly every grocery coupon requires. I haven’t had any issues with it, and have had it on my computer for well over a year.

    • Deborah Says:

      Got to the site filled out info and nothing happened!! Did it twice to make sure and still nothing, so I don’t have the coupon yet maybe you can help.!

      • M Says:

        Deborah – I think you arrived at the Great Gallon Giveaway site while they were having technical issues and pulled the coupon… I’m sorry you missed it! We’ll post it again the next time we see it available.

    • M Says:

      Grocery coupons are really like money — they have a real cash value to the companies and they usually limit the quantity each person can print. Since not everyone has a static IP address, relying on IP addresses as a unique identifier does not make sense to a company trying to safeguard its capital. So, I think that’s why most companies issuing printable grocery coupons use this universal coupon printer application that they require you to download and install. Of course, if you’re not comfortable doing that, by all means don’t, and just stick to the regular coupons that come in the mail or newspaper. I’ve personally had this coupon printing application on my home computer for over a year and have not had any issues with it.

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