A reader mentioned that the $1.50 off package of Truvia Stevia Sweetener coupon wasn’t working for her at Walgreens nor Walmart and I believe that she is having a printer problem.
In general, if the $1.50 off package of Truvia Stevia Sweetener digital coupon works then the printable coupon will work, too. Obviously, this is not always a true statement but in general, if the digital works then the printable does, too. As you see by the picture above, the $1.50 off digital is attaching/associated with the Truvia. Again, we all know that Walgreens digital coupons do act wonky.
I printed out the $1.50 off package of Truvia Stevia Sweetener coupon and I checked on the Qseer Bar Code Reader app ($1.99) to see if maybe the coupon isn’t coded correctly, however, the coupon is coded for the Truvia sweetener.
I then checked the manufacturer’s code (13600) to see if it was a match for the Truvia and it’s a match for the Truvia.
I do periodically check coupon bar codes to see if they will scan especially for new product coupons, peelies, hangtags and free products coupons because I don’t like surprises at the registers.
I have had my Brothers laser jet printer HL2270DW for about 10 or 12 years which I got for $99 with free shipping. The ink cartridges are expensive but you only need to change them like every 18 months or 2 years depending on how much you print. I also order a no name brand printer ink that is compatible with my printer.
I also have a 4-in-1 inkjet printer and if I print a coupon on that thing, it will not scan but I use the copy, fax and scan features.
For $1.99, I highly recommend that you download the Qseer Bar Code Reader app.