In this post, I share where you can find gluten-free coupons and deals to help you save money following a strict gluten-free diet. You’ll also find a list of updated printable gluten-free coupons. Please review my disclosures for more information.
Today I want to share where you can find gluten-free coupons, deals, and discounts. I’ve found many ways to save money, eat gluten-free on a budget, and even make money in the process (I’m referring to this cool app that pays ME to shop!).
It’s no secret that going on a gluten-free diet can test the limits of your grocery budget; after all, it costs more to eat healthy in a country that subsidizes wheat, corn, sugar, soy, and other filler ingredients.
To help with some of the added costs of following a specialty diet, I’ve searched far and wide for gluten-free coupons and deals to help you save money without compromising your family’s food budget.
(1) Rebates from Ibotta
I’m completely and utterly addicted to Ibotta, a company that gives you cash back on many of the products you’re already buying. You must download the Ibotta app here, clip the digital coupons you plan to use, then upload your receipt to show you purchased the item, and Ibotta will give you cash back. When you download Ibotta, use my referral code, gbkoahc, to qualify for a $10 sign-on bonus. Tip! Ibotta also gives you a rebate for Uber and other services (not just groceries).
(2) LOZO Printable Coupons
LOZO aggregates coupons across the Internet that you can then access. You can browse the coupons or search for brands and products you like. Within seconds, you’ll be able to identify valuable coupons for gluten-free brands like Enjoy Life, Bob’s Red Mill, San-J, Glutino, Three Baker’s Bread, Ian’s, Udi’s, Rudi’s, Van’s, Bakery on Main, Canyon Bakehouse, and more.
(3) Amazon Prime
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can get your groceries delivered for free (for orders of $35 or more). You also get access to coupons that you can digitally clip as you add the items to your cart.
To browse the latest Amazon coupons, visit the main coupon page and electronically “clip” the coupons you want. On the day I wrote this post, I found coupons for $1 off Larabars, 30% off Health Warrior Chia Seeds, 15% off Bakery on Main Granola, $.75 off Ardenne Farms gluten-free cake mixes, and so much more. You can begin searching for Amazon coupons by clicking here.
You can find coupons for many gluten-free products through Coupons.com. I found three high-value coupons for Udi’s products on the day I wrote this post.
(5) Visit Company Websites
Many companies offer printable or digital coupons directly on their websites or when you subscribe to their newsletters. Here are a few you can benefit from too:
- Aleia’s offers a $.50 off printable coupon (valid through 12/31/24).
- Brazi Bites occasionally offers coupons – check here.
- Canyon Bakehouse sends printable coupons to its newsletter subscribers.
- Crunchmaster offers a $1 off coupon for its newsletter subscribers.
- Enjoy Life offers printable coupons here.
- Goodie Girl offers a $1 off coupon when you join its newsletter.
- Schar offers a coupon when you join the Schar newsletter.
- Taste Republic is offering this $1 off printable coupon.
- Vans sends printable coupons to its newsletter subscribers.
Don’t forget to sign up for newsletters from your favorite gluten-free brands so you don’t miss future coupon opportunities.
(6) Promotional Mailers
Grocery stores often send mailers to your home. Before you throw them away, scan the deals and look for clippable coupons. The Sprouts mailer sometimes includes $5 or $10 off coupons, although most deals are now digitally available in the Sprouts app. The Sprouts mailer also notifies customers when the store hosts its Vitamin Extravaganza, where you can get 25% off of supplements and body products, and its semi-annual gluten-free sale.
(7) Shop Strategically
Many grocery stores change their deals weekly, but at Sprouts, there is one day when the deals from the prior week and the new week collide. Wednesdays are double-deal says at Sprouts and a great day to shop at the store.
(8) Join Loyalty Programs
Most grocery stores, even natural grocery stores, offer loyalty programs, and I highly recommend you sign up to join such programs to access discounts, coupons, and money back when you spend a specific amount of money. Always check the grocery store apps before you shop to look for digital coupons and weekly sales. Digital apps have changed how I shop at grocery stores and clip coupons.
(9) Attend Gluten-Free Events
I attend the Nourished Festival’s Gluten-Free Expo each year and get bombarded with coupons from gluten-free vendors, many that I already know and love. Be sure to attend gluten-free expos when they come to your hometown, and look for coupons from your favorite brands like Enjoy Life, Canyon Bakehouse, and more! Many of these brands also offer “show specials” where you can stock up on items you use for cheap, so take advantage while the getting is hot!
Also, local celiac and gluten-free groups offer discounts to their members. For example, Denver Celiacs offers its members a card that gives them a discount at local gluten-free establishments.
(10) Shop Walmart, Aldis, and Trader Joe’s
Shop at supermarkets that offer everyday low prices, like Walmart, Aldis, and Trader Joe’s. I feel like I leave Trader Joe’s with three bags worth of groceries for under $100, a feat hard to beat these days, given skyrocketing food prices.
(11) Get Free Stuff
When you join Social Nature, you’ll receive free products in exchange for your honest review. There are many gluten-free and allergy-friendly brands that partner with Social Nature, including Bob’s Red Mill and Schar.
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