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As of this morning, Procter & Gamble has released 56 printable coupons good for up to $3 off a purchase. Find out which brands offer savings.

Procter & Gamble Co. — the manufacturer behind dozens of household names — has just released a new set of coupons.

As of this morning, there are 56 printable coupons available on the publicly traded company’s “P&G Everyday” website. Each coupon is good for up to $3 off a purchase.

The brands covered by these coupons include:

  • Charmin
  • Crest
  • Gillette
  • Olay
  • Pampers
  • Secret
  • Swiffer
  • Tide
  • Vicks

To take advantage of these savings, you must first sign up for an account on the P&G Everyday website.

As a registered member, you will then receive deals on and samples of Procter & Gamble products, according to the company. You can also access additional coupons by requesting Proctor & Gamble’s Shopper Card.

Procter & Gamble does require personal information such as your email address, name and birthdate during the sign-up process. If you’re worried about receiving spam, create a separate email address that you can use exclusively to sign up for deal programs like P&G Everyday.

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