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Toilet Paper Stock Up Price List – When to Use Toilet Paper Coupons

Toilet Paper Stock Up Price List - When to Use Toilet Paper Coupons

Toilet Paper Stock Up Price List – When to Use Toilet Paper Coupons

Ever wonder exactly which deals you should use your Toilet Paper Coupons on?  Are you finding Toilet Paper Comparisons to be just a little overwhelming?  Since no 2 rolls or packs of toilet paper are alike, it makes it hard to really zero in on those Toilet Paper Stock Up Prices.  Well, we’ve got tips on how to figure out the Best Toilet Paper Prices and better yet, we have a complete Toilet Paper Stock Up Price List to make it super easy!

Because there are so many variations, the best way to determine the price of toilet paper is by the square foot.  The price you pay per sq ft is always the big question.  Since we tend to use more of one type (1 ply thin) and less of another (3 ply thick) it makes it hard to just pin one price on every roll of toilet paper.  So lets start with the the price per sq ft that we came up with.

Toilet Paper Price Per Sq Ft breakdown:

  • 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 per sq ft  (Scott 1000, Marcal 1000)
  • 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 per sq ft  (Charmin Basic, Scott Extra Soft, Cottonelle Clean Care & Gentle Care)
  • 2 Ply Thin $0.01 per sq ft  (Angel Soft, 7th Generation, Up & Up, White Cloud, Charmin Ultra Strong)
  • 2 Ply Thick $0.013 per sq ft  (Charmine Ultra Soft, Quilted Northern Soft & Strong, Cottonelle Ultra Comfort)
  • 3 Ply Thick $0.018 per sq ft  (Quilted Northern Ultra Plush White Cloud Ultra Thick & Thick)

Tips to Figure Out Stock Up Prices:Screen Shot 2013-08-28 at 4

  1. Check the square foot of the pack.  As you can see above, the square foot of this package is 2,096
  2. Now take the price of the package (don’t forget to take coupons into consideration) and divide by the sq ft of the package .  Example: $11.00 divided by 2,096 sq ft = $0.0052
  3. Now look at the ply.  Is it 1 ply, 2 ply or 3 ply?  Is the toilet paper on the thin side or thick side for that size ply (personal preference or check the list below).
  4. Once you determine the ply and thickness, take that price per sq ft number (from the list above) and see how close it is to the number you came up with in step 2. In the example above, Scott 1000 is a 1 ply thin with a stock up price of $0.0045 per sq ft.  Our calculation at $11 per pack comes up to $0.0052 which is pretty close to our $0.0045 cost.

A little confusing right?  Yep, we thought so too!  So, to make it easier, below is a breakdown of the most popular brands and size packs of toilet paper showing the stock up price per roll and per pack.  Now, with this handy list, you’ll never wonder if you are getting a good price on pack of toilet paper and you don’t have to do brush up on your Algebra to figure it out…unless you want to of course.

Want to print it to put in your coupon binder/envelope?  Simply click the Print Icon on the top right.

Now that you know the best prices and how to figure out the best prices, be sure to check for Printable Toilet Paper Coupons and check the Grocery Price Comparison Tool for the current sales on Toilet Paper Deals going on right now.  Don’t forget to also check for Toilet Paper Coupons on Amazon as well and come back here to be sure you are getting a great stock up price.

TOILET PAPER STOCK UP PRICE LIST

Angel Soft

Angel Soft 9 Big 2 Ply Thin $0.01 25.00 $0.25 225 $2.25
Angel Soft 9 Mega 2 Ply Thin $0.01 44.44 $0.44 400 $4.00
Angel Soft 4 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.33 $0.33 133.3 $1.33
Angel Soft 6 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.33 $0.33 200 $2.00
Angel Soft 12 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.33 $0.33 400 $4.00
Angel Soft 18 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.33 $0.33 600 $6.00
Angel Soft 24 Regular 2 Ply Thin $0.01 16.67 $0.17 400 $4.00

Charmin Ultra Strong

Ultra Strong 4 Regular 2 Ply Thin $0.01 10.43 $0.10 41.7 $0.42
Ultra Strong 24 Regular 2 Ply Thin $0.01 10.44 $0.10 250.5 $2.51
Ultra Strong 4 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 19.55 $0.20 78.2 $0.78
Ultra Strong 12 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 19.55 $0.20 234.6 $2.35
Ultra Strong 18 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 19.55 $0.20 351.9 $3.52
Ultra Strong 24 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 19.55 $0.20 469.2 $4.69
Ultra Strong 6 Mega 2 Ply Thin $0.01 39.13 $0.39 234.8 $2.35
Ultra Strong 9 Mega 2 Ply Thin $0.01 39.13 $0.39 352.2 $3.52
Ultra Strong 45 Giant 2 Ply Thin $0.01 24.60 $0.25 1107 $11.07

Charmin Ultra Soft

Ultra Soft 4 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.88 $0.27 83.5 $1.09
Ultra Soft 12 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.88 $0.27 250.5 $3.26
Ultra Soft 18 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.87 $0.27 375.7 $4.88
Ultra Soft 24 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.88 $0.27 501 $6.51
Ultra Soft 30 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.87 $0.27 626.2 8.14
Ultra Soft 9 Big 2 Ply Thick $0.013 14.34 $0.19 129.1 $1.68
Ultra Soft 6 Mega 2 Ply Thick $0.013 41.75 $0.54 250.5 $3.26
Ultra Soft 16 Mega 2 Ply Thick $0.013 41.75 $0.54 668 $8.68
Ultra Soft 18 Mega 2 Ply Thick $0.013 41.75 $0.54 751.5 $9.77

Charmin Basic

Basic 4 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 31.30 $0.27 125.2 $1.06
Basic 6 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 31.30 $0.27 187.8 $1.60
Basic 12 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 31.31 $0.27 375.7 $3.19
Basic 16 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 31.30 $0.27 500.8 $4.26
Basic 20 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 31.31 $0.27 626.2 $5.32
Basic 24 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 31.31 $0.27 751.5 $6.39

Cottonelle Clean Care

Clean Care 6 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 26.80 $0.23 160.8 $1.37
Clean Care 12 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 26.80 $0.23 321.6 $2.73
Clean Care 18 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 26.80 $0.23 482.4 $4.10
Clean Care 24 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 26.80 $0.23 643.2 $5.47
Clean Care 12 Large 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 16.10 $0.14 193.2 $1.64

Cottonelle Gentle Care

Gentle Care Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 25.20 $0.21 302.4 $2.57
Gentle Care Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 25.20 $0.21 453.6 $3.86

Cottonelle Ultra Comfort

Ultra Comfort 12 Large 2 Ply Thick $0.013 13.10 $0.17 157.2 $2.04
Ultra Comfort 12 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.50 $0.27 246 $3.20
Ultra Comfort 24 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.50 $0.27 492 $6.40
Ultra Comfort 30 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 20.50 $0.27 615 $8.00
Ultra Comfort 24 Triple 2 Ply Thick $0.013 37.33 $0.49 896 $11.65

Marcal 1000

Marcal 1000 1 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 109.2 $0.49 109.2 $0.49
Marcal 1000 12 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 109.2 $0.49 1311.5 $5.90
Marcal 1000 20 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 109.2 $0.49 2185.8 $9.84

Marcal Small Steps

Small Steps 4 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 32.78 $0.43 131.1 $1.70
Small Steps 12 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 32.78 $0.43 393.4 $5.11
Small Steps 24 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 32.78 $0.43 786.9 $10.23

Quilted Northern Soft & Strong

Soft & Strong 4 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 26.88 $0.35 107.5 $1.40
Soft & Strong 6 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 26.88 $0.35 161.3 $2.10
Soft & Strong 12 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 26.88 $0.35 322.6 $4.19
Soft & Strong 30 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 26.88 $0.35 806.25 $10.48
Soft & Strong 36 Double 2 Ply Thick $0.013 26.88 $0.35 967.5 $12.58
Soft & Strong 9 Mega 2 Ply Thick $0.013 36.67 $0.48 330 $4.29

Quilted Northern Ultra Plush

Ultra Plush 4 Double 3 Ply Thick $0.018 19.55 $0.35 78.2 $1.41
Ultra Plush 6 Double 3 Ply Thick $0.018 19.55 $0.35 117.3 $2.11
Ultra Plush 12 Double 3 Ply Thick $0.018 19.55 $0.35 234.6 $4.22
Ultra Plush 30 Double 3 Ply Thick $0.018 19.55 $0.35 586.6 $10.56

Scott 1000

Scott 1000 1 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 104.8 $0.47 104.8 $0.47
Scott 1000 4 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 104.8 $0.47 419.2 $1.89
Scott 1000 12 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 104.8 $0.47 1257.6 $5.66
Scott 1000 15 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 104.8 $0.47 1572 $7.07
Scott 1000 20 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 104.8 $0.47 2096 $9.43
Scott 1000 24 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 104.8 $0.47 2512.2 $11.32
Scott 1000 27 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 104.8 $0.47 2829.6 $12.73

Scott Extra Soft

Extra Soft 9 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 30.80 $0.26 277.2 $2.36
Extra Soft 12 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 30.80 $0.26 369.2 $3.14
Extra Soft 24 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 30.80 $0.26 739.2 $6.28
Extra Soft 36 Double 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 30.80 $0.26 1108.8 $9.42
Extra Soft 4 Mega 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 46.61 $0.40 186.44 $1.58
Extra Soft 12 Mega 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 46.61 $0.40 559.32 $4.75
Extra Soft 20 Mega 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 46.61 $0.40 932.2 $7.92

Scott Naturals

Naturals 4 Mega 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 51.30 $0.44 205.2 $1.74
Naturals 12 Mega 1 Ply Thick $0.0085 51.30 $0.44 615.6 $5.23

ShopRite 1000

ShopRite 1000 1 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 117 $0.53 117 $0.53
ShopRite 1000 6 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 117 $0.53 703 $3.16
ShopRite 1000 12 Regular 1 Ply Thin $0.0045 117 $0.53 1406 $6.53

ShopRite Very Soft

Very Soft 4 Regular 2 Ply Thin $0.01 18.75 $0.19 75 $0.75
Very Soft 24 Regular 2 Ply Thin $0.01 18.75 $0.19 450 $4.50
Very Soft 4 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 37.5 $0.38 150 $1.50
Very Soft 6 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 37.5 $0.38 225 $2.25
Very Soft 12 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 37.5 $0.38 450 $4.50

Up & Up (Target Brand)

Up & UP 12 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.37 $0.33 400.4 $4.00
Up & Up 24 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.37 $0.33 800.8 $8.01

White Cloud Soft & Thick

Soft & Thick 4 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 30.79 $0.31 123.1 $1.23
Soft & Thick 12 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 30.79 $0.31 369.5 $3.70
Soft & Thick 18 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 30.79 $0.31 554.3 $5.54

White Cloud Ultra Soft & Thick

Ultra Soft & Thick 12 Double 3 Ply Thick $0.018 23.29 $0.42 279.5 $5.03

7th Generation

7th Generation 6 Big 2 Ply Thin $0.01 57.75 $0.58 346.5 $3.47
7th Generation 12 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.33 $0.33 400 $4.00
7th Generation 24 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 33.33 $0.33 800 $8.00

Nice!

Nice! (Walgreens Brand) 6 Double 2 Ply Thin $0.01 20.88 $0.21 125.3 $1.25

  • CT resident

    Awesome Job!!!

  • Jen

    WOW! This is SO awesome and helpful! Just when you think the site can not get any better! Thank you for all of your hard work and testing!

  • Christine

    This is great!! Thanks so much!!

  • Anonymous

    oh my..my brain exploded!

  • Jennifer

    Thank you SO much for this!!!

  • Cindy from L.I

    Wow is right!! MY brain just exploded…Thanks Cindy

    • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

      LOL, yes I know the feeling. Originally I was just going to just show the list but I know there are a bunch of people that like to figure it out themselves so I gave the details. For those that don’t want to get into the details, the list is all you need.

  • Marcy

    Thank-you Cindy for the detailed research regarding unit prices of bathroom tissue…The information helps us avoid “flushing” our hard earned incomes down the “toilet”…Living Rich With Coupons has been an amazing and fun way to save several thousand dollars per year!

  • Livml

    Yay!! I’ve never had any paper products in my stockpile partly because I don’t know what stock up prices are for them. I’ve been -gasp- buying the cheapest as I need. I love you even more now. I am going to print this out, 3 hole punch, and keep in my binder!!! Now, if we get a list for paper towels….. O..M..G!! Thank you!!!

  • Vanessa

    Thank you! This is very useful. I know that someone is going to jump all over me for “complaining” (which I’m not doing), but I think it would be helpful if the columns were labeled so we know what each price means.

    • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

      The columns are labeled.

      • Alison

        The columns are not labeled on my page either. . .maybe I need to view it in another browser?

        • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

          What browser are you using so that I can let my designer know.

          • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

            The list should look like below. If it doesn’t, let me know what browser you are viewing it in and I can bring it to the attention of my designer. Thanks!

            • Angela

              Love the list thank you! I am using explorer and all I see are the numbers. There are no column headings on top. I can figure out based on your chart but thought I would let you know.

              I like how you did it by brand as some of us prefer one brand/type over another.. at least I do.

              • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

                Thanks, I’ll let them know that IE is not working well.

                • Kelly

                  i’m in chrome and i can’t see the headers until you posted that screen shot or whatever, but now i understand what the columns are :-) Thanks a million!

                • Linda

                  I am using Firefox and I don’t get any of the orange or green columns. Great list, though. Thanks.

            • LUCY

              IE doesn’t look like your picture. Just FYI. Chrome does.

              • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

                Thanks Lucy, I’ll let them know so we can get it fixed.

              • Kathy

                I am using IE8 and the list looks just like Cindys’ picture. It might be a newer IE version that it doesn’t look right.

                Thanks Cindy for all you do.

            • Sarah

              Hi Cindy, I too do not see the columns labeled. I’m using Google Chrome. What I see is just a listing of the products and numbers, but with no graphics or column designations. The print link is also on the left top and very small. However, when I looked at the site using Explorer or Safari I was able to see the type of layout you posted above in your response, and the print link was in the upper right and quite visible.

              • Sarah

                Nevermind, it’s fix! Thanks!

            • ANDREA

              I’m using chrome and mine doesn’t look like what you have shown. What should I be using?

            • Michelle

              I am using Chrome and mine is formatted a little odd.

            • Leslie

              Your list is gorgeous! Same report as others in IE, just numbers.

      • Vanessa

        I was using Chrome and they weren’t labeled. Everything looks good now. Yikes, just trying to give you a heads up.

  • Ruchi

    You humble me, o great one!

  • Sharon

    Love it, love it, love it. Can’t imagine how much time and effort you have put in here. Thank you, Cindy!!!

  • aNDREA

    THANK YOU..THANK YOU…THANK YOU…:)

  • Cbusche

    Thank you! This is amazing!

  • kabby

    You are constantly adding such nice features….Thank you.
    As I view the sq ft column, some of the first # of the sq ft are cut off/or blocked ..I tried to enlarge the screen yet it does not help me see the entire #. Thank you again.

    • kabby

      OH…..I can see it all now!

  • myztiX

    Nice table.
    Copied it to excel, printed it out (make width margins scaled to 1 page). Very convenient. Thanks.

  • Keri P

    This is great!!! Is there a printable version? I clicked print at the top of the page but the print preview shows none of the green headers or orange column. Strange. Also tried copying and pasting into Word or Excel, but it just doesn’t look as cute as yours, lol! Thanks for putting this together!! Looks like it was a lot of work!

  • EIleen

    So cool! Thanks for doing all that extra work; it’s so helpful.

  • Dawn

    Is there a way to print the list without all the comments?

  • Crissy

    I can’t seem to print the Price List.

  • Jodave

    These prices, given early in the article, are TEN times higher than in the table:

    2 Ply Thick $0.13 per sq ft (Charmine Ultra Soft, Quilted Northern Soft & Strong, Cottonelle Ultra Comfort)
    3 Ply Thick $0.18 per sq ft (Quilted Northern Ultra Plush White Cloud Ultra Thick & Thick)

    The table prices are correct.

    • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

      Oh boo, sorry. I forgot the 0 in front of them. Yes the table is correct. By the end of this whole thing my head was spinning with numbers. Fixed it though and thanks for catching that.

      Should read:
      2 Ply Thick $0.013 per sq ft (Charmine Ultra Soft, Quilted Northern Soft & Strong, Cottonelle Ultra Comfort)
      3 Ply Thick $0.018 per sq ft (Quilted Northern Ultra Plush White Cloud Ultra Thick & Thick)

  • Laura D.

    WOW!!! This list is AMAZING! Thank You ALL SO Much!!! :)

  • Cynthia B

    Thank you so much! This is amazing! I love this site! :)

  • Brian

    Consumer Report has White Cloud As #1 Toilet Paper. That’s a good magazine.

    • Laura D.

      Since you brought up the ratings, I was wondering which one the LRWC Team voted #1. After all, they their opinion would be based on performance and price! ;)

      • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

        My favorite is Scott 1000. For me, I think it’s the best price but I know a lot of people don’t like it because it’s a thin 1 ply. Based on performance and price, Scott 1000 is the winner for me! ;)

        • georgette

          I have a family of 9 and only use Scott 1000. One roll lasts one day for 9 people. If I bought any other brand, I’d need a room just to store toilet paper!

  • Anonymous

    was looking at white cloud due to previous comment, and noticed a typo in the table you might want to fix

    White Clous Ultra Soft & Thick

    • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

      Thanks, fixed!

  • urka

    The level of detail and care you took with making this is highly noteworthy. THIS IS WHAT DEDICATION LOOKS LIKE LADIES! :p

  • Liz R

    Thank you for doing this. It is so confusing to compare brands and types, I appreciate your hard work and will keep this list handy

  • Jamie

    I have a question. How do I know if it’s a stock up price if the package doesn’t have sq ft on it?

    I buy “Heavenly Choice Double Layer” 500 sheets per roll – package is 48 rolls for $21.

    Is that good? I buy it from an office supply store and there’s no square footage to be found on the box.

    • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

      Well, usually the sheets are 4 x 4 which would be 9 sheets per sq ft, so 500 sheets per roll would be approx 55.5 sq ft. 55.5 sq ft x 48 rolls is 2,664. Heavenly Choice Double Layer is a “1-ply double layer feels like 2-ply”. Not exactly sure what they mean by that. 1 ply is single layer but they say double layer. Are they trying to say it’s a double layer of 1 ply each? Silly way to word it. But, you would have to determine what category it falls under. I’m going to with what I think it might be and that’s a 1 ply thick which would be $0.0085 per sq ft which would be $22.64 stock up price These are just a best guess based on the info I could find so, if my numbers are right, yep, $21 is a great price.

      • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

        I’m starting to sound like the Geeky Toilet Paper Lady with all these crazy numbers ;)

      • LRWC – Cindy Livesey

        If it’s more towards a 1 ply thin like a Scott 1000 then it would be $12 stock up price. You have to decide what it’s closer to. The reason for the big difference is people tend to use much more of products like Scott 1000 because it’s so thin.

  • http://livingrichwithcoupons gilly

    Just read your comments about Scott 1000 when this is on sale will only buy this TP…they can be giving the soft kind away and will still buy Scott…calling a plumber when I have bought the soft kind costs way more than the TP!

  • Abby

    A lot of work went into this and it is much appreciated. I recently *thought* I got a great deal on Charmin Ultra Soft double rolls, in that the package advertised that it was “25% more free”. However, the rolls I have previously purchased were 4.25 inches wide and the bonus package contained rolls that were only 4 inches wide. So this isn’t really 25% more free, is it? Very misleading… did you notice differences in widths when doing the work for your stock up list?

    • http://livingrichwithcoupons.com/ Cindy Livesey

      There were so many differences it made my head spin. Which is why the best way to tell if you have a good deal is by sq ft. I’m glad you are finding it useful!

  • Marnie

    Thank you so much for this list!! Will be sharing it with others!! :)

  • Key Quinn

    I have the biggest smile on my face right now. Thank you so much for this list. You just help me take my couponing to another level.

  • rita

    This is so detailed and a great deal of work went into it but I personally am very particular and only use Scotts. However I would love to see it for paper towels. Scott, Bounty, etc etc etc and each brand has different types. A bit confusing for comparing prices.

    • DianeG

      Rita, In my experience, paper towel brands like Brawny and Bounty (in pick-a-size) give the best value for the money. They are lint free and handle the bathroom jobs without falling apart. This is based on looking at cost per sheet and looking at usage over three months. Some of the cheaper brands may cost less per sheet, but usage goes up since quality is lacking. – just another opinion -

  • Lissa

    I don’t think I’m reading this chart correctly. So has 6 rolls of Nice have ever been sold for $1.25 total?

  • Kelly

    Just fyi. I just bought Quilted Northern soft and strong 12 double rolls and the total sq footage of it is actually 253.3 sq ft. it is listed as 422 sq ft above.

  • LongTom

    I was surprised to discover that kleenex can be an economical alternative to tp. I buy it on sale for $1 a box. I,m looking at a box of 120 two ply Scotties that contains 57.4 sq ft of facial tissues, or $0.017 (1.74 cents) per sq ft. Its easily comparable to the best tp at a price close to the stock up

    • Lyn

      Facial tissues (such as Kleenex) should not be substituted for toilet paper. To perform the task of blowing a nose, the facial tissue must be strong against wet substances. A facial tissue will not degrade well in water and should not be used as toilet paper or be flushed down the toilet.

  • ReaderV

    Thank you! This has to be the finest, in-depth post I’ve ever read on the subject. I appreciate all the work you put into this.

  • Lyn

    Facial tissues (such as Kleenex) should not be substituted for toilet paper, as suggested by LongTom. To perform the task of blowing a nose, the facial tissue must be strong against wet substances. A facial tissue will not degrade well in water and should not be used as toilet paper or be flushed down the toilet.

  • Beginner Needing Help

    Hi, My name is Amber and i just started couponing. Im addicted to it and love it. I have my binder set up and everything! Just need help im confused on one thing. I tried to print coupons off the websites you have listed on your page as your Couponing sites and everytime i try to print the ones i want it keeps telling me i need a coupon printer. What is that? Do i have to have one to print them or is there another way around it. I have found some really good deals that are hard to pass up but have to pass up because of this printer thing. Also, I downloaded the “coupon Printer” to my computer but it will not work.

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