One of the most frequent complaints I hear about couponing is “coupons are always for things I can’t eat.” If you have spent any time couponing you probably have seen why many people make this complaint.
Many may have chuckled when they first noticed the penny-off coupon on the front cover of their Red Plum coupon insert this past week. Upon closer examination, consumers find the real reason this coupons value far exceeds that of a mere penny.
Couponers will no doubt notice the size of the November insert. Proctor and Gamble recently decided to focus on more common household products and personal care items. Some of these that fall in this category are Tide, Crest, Febreeze, etc.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane. Many continue to ask me about raising money for Christmas gift buying. This column features some of the tips I have learned in the past and continue to pass on to the thrifty holiday shopper.
Walmart introduced a new savings program this year that searches out savings allowing consumers to recoup money for overpaid items that can be found cheaper through another store’s ad in an effort to encourage shopper’s loyalty.
Many couponers are aware the Coupon Network website is no longer active. We have recently seen a merge of two companies as Catalina has bought out Cellfire in an effort to combine the best of both worlds—the printable coupon and the digital coupon.
Most children have started back to school by now. Homeschoolers are no exception. Many have hit the stores stocking up on the basic necessities and by now are about a week into school or getting ready to start.