Always Be Realistic When Couponing
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extreme benefits of couponing has been brought to the fore recently, but so has the potential for unrealistic, and detrimental behavior. Some people have unrealistic expectations about couponing and their behavior echoes their expectations. Being realistic when couponing is extremely important, it gives you a good idea on how much time you should spend couponing,
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Couponing Ethically – 10 Rules to Follow
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In this economic climate, everyone is out to save a buck. You can save a buck; and a lot more by couponing but, please make sure you do it ethically. Here are ten rules that you should always follow to keep you on track. 1. DON’T USE EXPIRED COUPONS. They are accepted in some stores, but in
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6 Mistakes to Avoid When Extreme Couponing
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To successfully start saving money with extreme couponing, you need to avoid these time and money wasting mistakes. Being prepared and knowing what mistakes to avoid is going to give you the advantage you need to start extreme couponing without the risk of getting too frustrated with the process. 1. DON’T USE COUPONS ON PRODUCTS YOU NEED
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Coupon Trivia
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Here is a little Coupon Trivia for you. Thought it might be fun to know taken from CouponMonth.comwhere you can learn about all the new coupon trends, where to find coupons and some great, easy clipping tips! Coupon Facts: 89% of the United States population uses coupons. Shoppers saved approximately $2.6 billion last year by using coupons.
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Resources: Sale Price Cheat Sheet/Rebate Tracker
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Sales Price Cheat Sheet: When I go shopping, sometimes there’s some confusion as to when an item is listed 4/$5 or 5/$3 etc. and how much the item costs by itself. Of course the marketers want to you purchase said amount and it may seem like a great deal ,but sometimes it may or may not be.
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Coupon Clipping Services: Do they save you money?
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At the bottom of a few of my recent weekly deal posts, I inserted a small comment on buying coupons from a coupon clipping service. In response I received an email from reader Jillian who asked if  ”buying” coupons defeats the purpose of the money being saved? I thought that this might be a good
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