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5 Responses to “Coupon Series Part I: Coupons = Cash”

  1. Coupons rock. I just bought an entertainment book and there is sooooo much in there that is useful. Most people just don’t think about using them because there are few coupons for the things they normally do or use. The key is, use it to find NEW things to do and use. I can see not having to pay full price for anything over the next 12 months. That’s kinda cool.


  2. admin says:

    Thanks for the comment Stoney! You’re right about the Entertainment Book! There are also usually good coupons in there for the bakery outlets. Last year we got 10 loaves of bread, 5 packages of bagels and 2 packs of hot dog buns for a little over $5 at the Nickels Bakery Outlet using the coupon from the Entertainment Book. We froze the extra bread & bagels and were set for weeks!

  3. nicole haren says:

    a few of the ladies from my work regularly go to giant eagle and get things for FREE, or the store gives them money back…lol..they do it with coupons and the giant eagle specials and douple coupons but i tell them all the time to take me to the store and show me, but they wont.

  4. admin says:

    Nicole, I’ll take you to the store sometime! I was there tonight and got 12 pouches of Betty Crocker Potatoes and Palmolive Dish Detergent for $1.08. My next post in the series will cover how to get those kinds of deals. It’s really not that hard!

  5. Mary Vlahos says:

    http://www.retailmenot.com is another great place to get coupons, my 16 year old daughter turned me on to that one.

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