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60-Day Coupon Challenge: Week One

WEEK ONE

Hello everyone! There will be weekly updates on Tuesdays to walk you through the current sales ads and coupon matching.  Please excuse our dust, we have some technical things we are working through. More content is available and will be rolling out throughout the week, stay tuned! For now, here are some things to start with:

  1. Collect the following inserts from your April 7 Sunday newspaper:
    4/7 Coupon Inserts
  2. Sort them separately into a file box or binder.
  3. View the coupon insert “National Preview” that lists the coupons in each insert then print and file together.
  4. Be a prepared to shop your local stores by reviewing their information.
  5. Shop store sales with the coupons you have collected. These lists are referring to  “ad matching coupons.”
  6. Electronically clip or print store coupons and manufacturer coupons. (more info coming soon.)

 

This week there were no sales that used the coupons you gathered on Sunday. No worries, your coupons expiration dates vary with some not expiring until the end of April, mid-May and well into June. Stores will typically have the items you see in your coupon inserts on sale in the next few weeks.

In the mean time, you can get free Wet-N-Wild Nail Polish at Walmart using a coupon from this Sunday’s Healthy Essentials RedPlum. This is a regional coupon that MAY NOT be in your local paper. If you picked up the Tampa Tribune you will find this coupon towards the back of the insert.

  • Look for this Fergie Wet-N-Wild page and clip it out of each Healthy Essentials RedPlum you got.
  • Take your coupons into Walmart and grab one Wet-N-Wild Nail Polish regularly priced at $0.93  (.43oz size bottle)

You have probably noticed that there will be a +$0.07 difference between the price of the nail polish and the value of the coupon. HOWEVER, this coupon specifically points out that no money will be given back to you if the value of the coupon exceeds the value of the product. So at the end of the day, you may be required to pay sales tax or you may get away with getting it FREE-FREE!

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Antoinette Charles

 

Contact Antoinette:
Email: savememoneymichelle@gmail.com
Text or Voicemail:  424-226-8766 (This number does reach me directly. Standard text message rates will apply.)

 

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  1. Adrianne April 15, 2013

    Love it!

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