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Coupons.com's printable coupons this month include many high-value offers worth as much as $7 each. Find out more.

Turn on your printer. Coupons.com released new printable coupons on its website Monday, and they include a lot of high-value coupons worth up to $7 each.

Using Coupons.com is free. You can sign up for an account, but it’s not required.

The only requirement is that you download Coupons.com’s “Coupon Printer” program to your computer to be able to print Coupons.com’s coupons. The website automatically prompts you to install the program the first time you try to print, making installation easier. (Just click a couple of buttons when prompted.)

The site’s best practices explain why the printing program is necessary:

“Real coupons require special software to print proper bar codes and limit the number of prints of each coupon.”

Don’t wait too long to print any offers that interest you. Coupons are available for a limited amount of time that is unspecified, so technically they can disappear from the website at any time.

Currently, Coupons.com’s offerings include some 400 printable coupons across more than a dozen categories — more than $500 in total savings.

The high-value offers include the following, all of which can be accessed by clicking here and by visiting the Coupons.com home page.

‘Baby & Toddler’ category

  • Pampers: $3 off two bags or one box of Pampers Swaddlers Diapers (excluding trial/travel size)
  • Pampers: $3 off two bags or one box of Pampers Cruisers Diapers (excluding trial/travel size)

‘Pet Care’ category

  • Beneful: Buy one 3.5-pound bag of Beneful Dog Food and get one bag free (up to $6.55)
  • Iams: $4 off any one bag of Iams Dry Dog Food (9-pound size or larger)
  • Meow Mix: Three free cups of Meow Mix Wet Cat Food with the purchase of one bag of Meow Mix Dry Food (3-pound size or larger)
  • Meow Mix: Free bag of Meow Mix Irresistibles Cat Treats with the purchase of one bag of Meow Mix Dry Food

‘Personal Care’ category

  • Crest: $3 off any Crest Pro-Health HD 2-Step System (excluding trial/travel size)
  • L’Oreal Paris: $3 off any L’Oreal Paris Advanced Haircare Treatment product
  • L’Oreal Paris: $3 off any L’Oreal Paris Preference Mousse Absolue hair color product (excluding original Superior Performance)
  • Mederma Scar products: $3 off any Mederma Scar product
  • Schick Disposables: $7 off two Schick Disposable packs (excluding two-razor packs)
  • Schick Disposables: $3 off any one Schick Disposable pack (excluding two-razor packs)

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