Wait a Week to Use Your Coupons

When you get your coupons, in your local weekend paper (Sat./Sun.), don't use them that week. Nine times out of ten, the coupon item will go on sale 1-2 weeks after the coupon appears in your local paper. This will allow you to save even more money, when you use your coupons.

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By LM in NY

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By odi (Guest Post)
July 24, 20040 found this helpful

an if you still dont use them PLEASE send them to the military families overseas..they can use them up to 6 months after they expire. I have been doing this now for over 2 years an the thank you letters are priceless that we get from them..they really do appriciate each an every one of the coupons. its just a small way we all can help our military out.

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July 25, 20040 found this helpful

Hi Odi,
Do you send to specific people or to a general address? If so, what is that general address to send coupons to military families overseas?

Thanks,
Nancy M.

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By Michelle (Guest Post)
July 27, 20040 found this helpful

You can also check out cutouthunger.org - my local news did a story on them & what they do is keep track of all the coupons for months back, match them up with current sales bills, and then tell you what date & page to find the coupons to save TONS on your groceries - most items end up being free or close to it.

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By lmr5140 (Guest Post)
July 3, 20050 found this helpful

What a great idea to save them for military families - do you have an address or any other information regarding how to do this? Thanks!

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