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About Gain Detergent

Gain Detergent has helped families keep their clothes clean since the late 1940s. Many families have trusted Gain laundry detergents to help them keep their clothes smelling fresh and looking their best. This isn’t surprising because Gain uses a special combination of detergents and scents to produce high-quality products that have been popular since the late 1940s.

The Proctor & Gamble company helps families save on Gain laundry detergent products by offering valuable coupons that are available online, inside magazines and at local grocery stores. These coupons are especially useful nowadays.

This is true because you can save 50 cents, $1.00, $2.00 or even more on Gain laundry detergent products by locating and using these coupons.

Here is a handy guide about Gain coupons that can help you learn more about how to locate these valuable coupons online, in magazines or at your favorite supermarket’s laundry detergent aisle.

Gain's Brand

The Gain brand was originally introduced by Procter & Gamble in 1947. Gain was originally produced by Procter & Gamble to take advantage of the growing need among young families for affordable laundry detergent. The early version of Gain was a white powder that was sold in 8-12 ounce boxes. Many families enjoyed using the early version of Gain because it smelled great and cleaned clothes well.

Procter & Gamble tried to expand the popularity of Gain by sponsoring early TV game shows such as the original version of the “Price is Right” in the 1950s. This advertising helped the brand gain national exposure for the first time.

Gain Coupons

History of Gain

Procter & Gamble issued the first coupons for Gain in the 1960s and 1970s inside TV Guide, Family Circle and other magazines that catered to families. These coupons were worth between 4 to 12 cents off any sized box of Gain powder detergent.

The 1980s and 1990s saw the introduction of the first liquid Gain detergent products. These liquid detergents became very popular because they allowed users to measure the amount of detergent they needed quickly without making a mess. Moreover, Gain also introduced several new scents Floral Fusion and Island Fresh. These scents are still produced today.

In addition, Gain also produces a lavender-scented detergent and a Citrus Splash scent that are also very popular among most users.

These days, Procter & Gamble also offers dishwashing liquids, High Efficiency detergents, fabric softeners and dryer sheets. Be sure to look for them in your grocer’s laundry aisle.

Procter & Gamble produces several popular Gain products. These products include:

  • Gain original scented laundry detergent
  • Gain Citrus Splash laundry detergent
  • Gain Island Fresh scented laundry detergent
  • Gain High Efficiency detergents for use in high-efficiency washers
  • Gain dryer sheets
  • Gain lavender-scented fabric softener

Gain Coupons

Consumers can find valuable coupons for these and other Gain products online, inside many popular magazines and at local grocery stores.

For example, Procter & Gamble offers many coupons for Gain products at its coupon website located at PG.com. This website offers coupons for all of Procter & Gamble’s products. It frequently offers coupons for Gain products that are good for 30 cents, 75 cents, $1.00 or more off the regular retail price of Gain laundry detergents, fabric softeners and dish washing liquids.

If you want to receive these and other P & G coupons, be sure to visit this website to sign up for the P& G BrandSaver® club. This club offers email coupons. It also offers free samples and monthly coupon books that are mailed to your home.

To sign up for the club, visit PG.com to fill out an information form. Be sure to include your name, address, email address and birth date on your form to complete the form correctly. You should receive your first email coupons within 48 hours and your first coupon booklet within 2 weeks.

Coupons in Magazines

Be sure to look inside magazines such as Family Circle, Woman’s Day, TV Guide and Parenting Magazine for coupons for Gain products.

Procter & Gamble still uses magazine advertising campaigns to promote Gain products. These ads often appear in magazines such as the ones listed above that appeal to parents and young families.

If you can find copies of these magazines in your area, be sure to look for monthly coupon specials that Procter & Gamble places in these magazines for Gain products. This is a smart move on your part because you could save 60 cents on Gain fabric softener, $1.50 on any bottle of Gain liquid laundry detergent, or $2.00 on any box of Gain laundry detergent that weighs at least 96 ounces.

In Store Coupons

Finally, be sure to visit your favorite supermarket’s soap aisles to search for Gain product coupons.

Many consumers forget that companies such as Procter & Gamble still use supermarket promotional campaigns to advertise Gain products to consumers. As a result, they often forget that many local vendors that sell Gain products for Procter & Gamble conduct advertising campaigns near the aisles where Gain products are displayed inside supermarkets.

If you can remember to keep a look out for these campaigns, you can often find valuable coupons for Gain products that are placed near Gain products. These coupons include coupons good for $1.50 to $2.00 off any bottle of Gain liquid. Moreover, you can also find coupons good for $1.00 to $1.50 off many Gain fabric softener products.

As a result, be sure to ask your local supermarket for more details about these special advertising campaigns. It might help you save money on Gain products that can keep your clothes smelling fresh all week long!

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