P&G coupons come in all sorts. There are tons of brands under the P&G umbrella and there are basically always some type of P&G coupons available to print. P&G coupons also come in the Sunday newspaper inserts just about every week. Also, the Sunday closest to a new month bring the P&G Saver, which is a full coupons insert with only P&G coupons!
Some of the brands included in the P&G family are Tide, Crest, Oral B, Gain, Swiffer, Pantene, Herbal Essences and more.
Be aware of coupon use limits with P&G coupons. Most of them have a limit of 4 per person per day. Be sure that you are properly using these coupons. Also, read the product size and restrictions carefully to make sure you are using these coupons correctly and maximizing your value. A lot of times, P&G will show a picture of their most expensive product in the line on the coupons, but you may be able to redeem it for a product of a much smaller size.
The best thing about P&G coupons is that they commonly lead to freebies or incredibly low prices on items. This is because drugstores like CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens include P&G products in store promotions quite often. So often, Rite Aid gives you a +Up reward for purchasing a certain amount of P&G products. CVS does the same thing with their store credit. There is almost always some sort of a store promotion going on for P&G products. I would not recommend buying P&G product without both a coupon and a store promotion.
P&G coupons also include Pampers coupons, which can be very nice as well!
There are also buy one get on free coupons frequently in the P&G Saver. Those ones rarely pop up online, so if you see them, print them right away and wait for a sale!