*Still a work in progress
BOGO= buy one get one free
SS=Smart Source coupon insert
RP=Red Plum coupon insert
P&G= Procter & Gamble
RR= register reward
MIR=mail in rebate
OOP=out of pocket
Stacking=using a manufacturer coupon along with a store coupon
~Be courteous of other shoppers. Do not clear the shelves!
~Get what is sufficient for your family. Almost everything has an expiration date so there is no need to have 20 bottles of mustard!
~A lot of blogs will encourage using coupons on travel items, just to get them free. We do not feel this is the best way to use your coupons. Unless you are actually going to travel, there is no need to have little samples of everything cluttering up your house. In fact, it might be more of an annoyance. Use the coupon for something more useful. No, it won’t be totally free in most cases, but it is a better use for your coupon.
Types of coupons and where to get them:
Printable coupons: Often found on companies’ websites or facebook pages.
Check out our Page Coupon DataBase to get to all the available coupons.
To print you will have to download a coupon printer, just follow the prompts.
*Tip* Most printable coupons can be printed twice – just hit your back button a few times.
**Sign up for a new email account just for your coupons. You will start to see a lot of spam and you will want to keep that away from your personal email account!
Still confused? Sign up for one of our free coupon classes.