Fake Coupon Warning: Enfamil Formula

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Below is a Enfamil coupon.  If you come across this coupon, DO NOT use it!  I work hard to ensure coupons I post are legitimate, but could make mistakes.  Always be conscious of coupons that are “too good to be true” unless they come directly from the manufacturers site.  

There are some red flags in this coupon that should let you know it is fake:

1) It is to good to be true : ie $5 off a 2 oz bottle

2) The expiration date: The better the deal usually a shorter redemption time

UPC: 580087430830 8179379713 0366100936696616

See tips on How to Spot a Fake Coupon here

What are the penalties for coupon fraud?

Longest prison sentence: 17 years
Highest financial penalty: $5 million
Prison sentences of three to five years are not uncommon. Financial penalties generally vary, but have often been in excess of $200,000.

Thanks, CIC & Budget Savvy Diva!


  1. laura says

    I bought some of these coupons off of ebay last week. my baby uses the ready to feed formula which is about 6.50-7.00 a can. i went to walmart and used 5 of these with no problem. how are they fake if they scan? i don’t want to get in trouble!

    • Dana says

      Hi Laura,

      It doesn’t say on the CIC site if a legitimate $5 off Enfamil coupon existed. People do take real coupons and alter or copy them producing counterfeit coupons. You would need to know the UPC code on the coupons you used. If purchasing these coupons in the future, I would check the CIC website to verify the coupons you are purchasing don’t have the bar codes listed above.

      Due to technology, counterfeit coupons could scan

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