Couponing Tips

>> August 14, 2008



  • Check clearance sections for deals that match up with your coupons. Some stores I regularly check for clearance deals are CVS, Walgreens, Grocerys stores and Target.

  • Utilize Drugstore rebate programs: CVS Extra Care Bucks (ECBs) and Walgreens Register Rewards (RR) and online rebate program

  • Obtain as many coupon inserts as possible: buy extra papers, search for free local papers, ask friends and family, etc

  • Organize Sunday Coupon Inserts by date in file folders; Only cut out coupons you KNOW you will use. If you come across a deal later and wonder if you have the coupon in file check out the coupon lists. I like the one at PYP http://www.pinchingyourpennies.com/CouponList_AZ.php

  • You can check out what coupons are coming out the next weekend at http://www.taylortownpreview.com/

  • Don't be brand loyal and don't assume that the generic is always cheaper, a name brand is often cheaper with a sale price and coupon!

  • Stockpile! Stock up on items you use when they are a good price (free or cheap).

  • Match store coupons with Manufacturer's coupons (MQ) for extra savings. I have combined Target, Walgreens and CVS coupons with MQ for some great deals in the past.

Other useful information can be found here:


Coupon Terms


CVS & Walgreens

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