$2/1 Simple Green Cleaner coupon = free at Walmart

Simple Green cleaner coupons

You can get some high-value Simple Green coupons when you complete two Simple Green activities:

$2.00 off any one (1) Simple Green product. Unlock when you complete 2 Simple Green activities
50¢ off any one (1) Simple Green Ready-To-Use All-Purpose Cleaner
$1.50 off any one (1) Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner
$1.00 off any one (1) Simple Green Stone Cleaner or Polish

Simple Green Cleaners are $1.97 at Walmart, making them free after the $2/1 coupon.

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  1. Danielle says

    I hate when I can’t get coupons or deals because I don’t have a Twitter or Pintrest page! :(

      • carmen says

        It also bugs me when I click on an offer and find out I have to create an account, but I figured I’d take Missy’s suggestion and give this one a try.
        It took about five minutes on my PC and the only “valid” or “personal” information I provided was an email address.

        First, I had to create a Hopster account
        (it asked for NAME,E-MAIL ADDRESS,ZIP CODE)
        I used an email address that I have just for “junk.”

        Then, I signed up for TWITTER. I just provided an EMAIL and username for that. I got an email asking to confirm my Twitter acount, but I might not even do that and I still got the coupon above.

        Then, I had to “authorize” Twitter to accept the Hopster app (I think), which didn’t seem to install anything.
        Then, I had to verify my email address with Hopster by typing in a code that was sent to me.
        And then, I had to agree to receive the Hopster e-mail newsletter and it asked for a DATE OF BIRTH which I could have also made up.

        Last, I had to click to INSTALL A PRINTER PLUG IN. I guess this would be the most invasive thing that I did :)…I’m not counting the “cookies” and “beacons” referred to in the TERMS that I’ve never been too concerned about.

        Actually, I didn’t end up printing the coupon yet because I got this message: “Printing is supported on Windows or Mac OS X” and I’m not using either of those.

        Anyway, signing up for TWITTER was pretty painless :)–only an email is required (you pick a username and password)–so I’d recommend creating an account for those times when a coupon is really attractive :).