Monthly Archives: December 2008

Double Coupons – The key to BIG savings

Everyone has a favorite supermarket. I have a favorite too. But to be a favorite, it has to meet at least some basic criteria. First, I prefer a market that offers DOUBLE COUPONS. Double Coupons began sometime in the 1970’s, … Continue reading

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Koffee Klatch

Not everyone uses the same products. That is evident by the fact that there are over 27,000 different products in the average supermarket. To make grocery items stand-out coupons are used to attract attention. But with over 250 billion coupons … Continue reading

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How to REALLY find the grocery coupons you WANT!

Finding Coupons. Coupons are a way of life for 89% of Americans. They are available in many sources. Some of the most common places to locate already printed coupons are: Sunday inserts that are part of most newspapers. Home mailers … Continue reading

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How to combine grocery coupons with Store Loyalty Cards

Place your earliest expiration dates to the front of each category and alphabetize the coupons in each category to insure the most efficient coupon use. Match up coupons to store sales to insure your best savings. However, never buy a … Continue reading

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How to Organize your Coupons Like the Coupon Queen

Coupons began in 1893 when C.W. Post put a $.01 coupon on his box of Post Grape Nut Flakes, in the hopes that the consumer would cut out that coupon and buy another box of his cereal. From that modest … Continue reading

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