FREE Coupons: These Companies Mailed Me Coupons

You can get coupons in a variety of ways (see article here), but one of those ways is directly from the companies of products you love! I recently started emailing companies asking if they ever mail coupons to their loyal customers. I was pleasantly surprised at the response. Below I will tell you the companies that responded and the coupons I received.

Contacting Companies

Of course, I contacted a number of companies because I was doing research for this blog post, specifically. But the first place I started, and where I suggest you start, too, was with the companies we love! I took a minute to look through my pantry and fridge at all the brands we typically buy. Then, I popped on my computer to find the website for each of those companies. Most of these companies have a “contact us” form or provide an email address that I used to send a quick email asking if they would send me coupons or if they offer any other type of savings programs. With some of my very favorite products, I even told them what I liked about their products and/or how it helps my family. I wrote (what I thought) were some pretty funny emails. I will continue to email companies and add to the list below as coupons come to me in the mail.

What I Got


Amy’s sent me 4 coupons total. $1 off any two burritos, $1 off any 2 soups, $1 off any 1 entree, $1.50 off any 1 full-sized pizza. When I ate dairy-free, I learned about Amy’s and I really enjoy their products.

Bolthouse Farms

We love the Bolthouse Farms carrots! So, I wrote to them to let them know and asked if they ever mailed coupons. They sent me 4 $1 off coupons in the mail! I might use these coupons to try out some of their other products!

Bush’s Best Beans

I’ve always enjoyed the products from this company. Beans are a staple in my household, and I particularly enjoy this brand. They mailed me 2 $.55 coupons off any two Bush’s beans.


One Free 52 oz Oat Milk, one free single-serve Chobani item, and 3 $.75 coupons. They also hand wrote me a note and told me I could write in for more coupons next month. What?!

De Waffelbakkers

My son absolutely LOVES their frozen mini pancakes. Apparently, this brand is far superior to anything else he has tried. When I emailed the company to let them know, they were so pleased. They mailed me 2 coupons for a FREE bag and 2 $1 off coupons, too! If you have a favorite brand and/or product, email them and let them know! Companies tend to appreciate the positive feedback.


One Free (up to $1.50) toward any Ferrara product. Products include: Trolli, Black Forest, Laffy Taffy, Nerds, Lemonhead, SweetTarts, FunDip, and more.


One Free single-serve Hostess product coupon.


Received 2 $.50 off any one Flipz item (4 oz or larger) coupons.

King’s Hawaiian

Mahalo from King’s Hawaiian! They sent me 2 $1 coupons on any rolls, bread, or buns. And a super cute sticker!


I first learned of these products due to an Ibotta offer. They sent me 2 $1 off 2 Michelina’s products coupons.

Red’s All Natural

2 $1 off any Red’s product and 2 $1 off any 2 Red’s Products.

How to Make the Most of Coupons

Of course, we want to make the most of our coupons, right? I suggest keeping an eye on any cash back apps you use for offers on these products and combine the coupon with a rebate. This method will allow you to use your coupon AND get cash back on the rebate app. I use apps like Ibotta, Shopkick, Fetch Rewards and Brandclub. I just used my FREE Chobani oat milk coupon and paid zero dollars at checkout AND got $1 back on Ibotta for buying it! I made $1 buying the milk!

Advice Received

Some of the companies responded by thanking me for my feedback and suggesting I follow their social media accounts for the latest deals, offers, promotions and/or new product launches. If there is a company or product you really love but want to save some money on, I suggest finding their social media channels. Additionally, many companies have their own email list and/or newsletter- signing up for these is another method of receiving money saving coupons!

While I am a bigger fan of digital coupons and easy, digital rebates, paper coupons are still a great option. If you are making the transition to more digital methods of saving, I have tutorials on a number of great rebate apps. You can find those HERE.