Once a month Proctor and Gamble put out a coupon booklet called P & G BrandSAVER. This insert contains great money saving coupons to purchase Proctor and Gamble products. This week there will be certain items selected to be part of a new campaign: Have You Tried This Yet?
Have You Tried This Yet? will be supported through a variety of consumer touch-points. On Sunday, October 31, P&G will distribute a brandSAVER, a complimentary coupon booklet that features more than $113 in savings on the campaign’s featured innovative products, in local newspapers throughout the country.
In a national survey conducted in September 2010 among 1,000 nationally representative women in the United States, 48 percent state the majority of their daily stress occurs inside their homes, with more than half saying they often feel overwhelmed with all the responsibilities they face in caring for their loved ones, including shopping for all their families’ needs.
In addition to the insert, from October 22 – 31, a free, interactive Have You Tried This Yet? Pop-Up experience will be open to the public in New York City. Located at 101 West 57th Street (near 6th Avenue), the Pop-Up will be open Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Saturday – Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. and will offer free demonstrations and product samples from brands such as Tide®, Bounty®, Pringles®, Charmin®, Febreze®, COVERGIRL®, and Olay®, allowing consumers to experience first-hand the innovations and value each product offers.
“At P&G we are committed to responding to our consumers’ needs and providing straightforward solutions for everyday issues,” says Nataraj Iyer, Associate Marketing Director P&G U.S. Operations. Fifty-one percent of women said they feel overwhelmed when shopping for family essentials. “The Have You Tried This Yet? initiative offers many of P&G’s most innovative products, which can help moms conveniently meet their daily needs, as well as those of their families.”
I love Proctor & Gamble, we use so many of their products and I love that we can save money while doing it. I was interviewed by Proctor and Gamble at BlogHer and they asked me if I was familiar with all of the products Proctor & Gamble makes. I’m very familiar with their brands because of the BrandSaver and all of their opportunities on-line to try products for free. For budget friendly ideas from value blogger Kim Danger, as well as additional information on the Have You Tried This Yet? campaign and the NYC Pop-Up experience, visit www.pgtryit.com.
Proctor & Gamble sent me product samples featured in this month’s coupon insert in exchange for this post! Be sure to check out the savings and save some money.