Monthly Archives: February 2010

Buy One Get One Free (BOGOF)

Getting an extra product for free is always fun and some stores use this savings technique from time to time. There are a few tips to consider when shopping what is called a BOGOF. If you have a free coupon … Continue reading

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Different coupon policies

As you all know I live in New York. We have a number of major chains. They include A&P, Pathmark, Waldbaums, Shop Rite and Stop & Shop. Some smaller and specialty chains include Trader Joe, Whole Foods, Stu Leonards, Food … Continue reading

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Coupon Organizers

This is a topic that deserves some more in depth discussions. I’ve told you about my organizer with about 20 categories, and separate sections for • Rainchecks, • Miscellaneous items like batteries and bulbs, • Retail coupons i.e. TrueValue, Bed, … Continue reading

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The Warehouse Stores

A phenomenon that’s only about 30 years old is the warehouse store. There are about 3 or 4 major ones. They include: Costco, BJs, and Sam’s Club, a division of Walmart. These stores are large enough to be a warehouse, … Continue reading

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