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Nov 14th, 2013, 20:24 PM  
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Frozen Dinners

Do any of you know where to get coupons for Weight Watcher's frozen dinners? They are so expensive and I'd love to eat more. However, the budget doesn't allow but a few.
Nov 15th, 2013, 17:28 PM  
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Instead of buying the frozen meals, could you make a large batch and break it down into individual portions? You would save a lot of money, plus have a lot more control over what is going in your food. I think that the quality ends up much better, too.
Nov 15th, 2013, 17:48 PM  
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I have done this too, aims, and I like it when I have time. For coupons, you could try registering at a coupon site that has the ability to notify you when a certain brand of coupon is out. I used to use couponmom.com for this when I needed to buy diapers.
Nov 15th, 2013, 18:57 PM  
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I would recommend contacting Weight Watchers themselves! Sign up on their email list if you haven't already. I remember one time I contacted somebody just on their "contact us" form and they sent us a few coupons.

Also, you can try out ultimatecoupons.com, and couponcabin.com.
Nov 15th, 2013, 19:12 PM  
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Contacting them directly would probably be your best bet. Let Weight Watchers know how much you like their product. I bet they will send you some coupons. I never see them in the Sunday paper (WW coupons).
Nov 18th, 2013, 16:52 PM  
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Weight watcher meals are so handy sometimes though. I do freeze things like homemade lasagne etc but sometimes I want convenience and quick. We have stores that have good offers on WW meals like farm foods £1 each and iceland 3 for £3 I think it was.

I'm not sure I have ever seen vouchers!
Nov 20th, 2013, 19:56 PM  
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Breaking the foods down would be easier. It will be horrible dealing with the math for a while, unless you love math but I think in the end it is much cheaper. I know three people that do this and they all swear by it.
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