Saturday Savings Coupon News Digest

Saturday Savings Coupon News Digest

 Coupon clippers are going to extremes – Dayton Daily News
By DL Stewart, Contributing Writer 11:26 AM Saturday, December 31, 2011 It may not supplant football, but clipping coupons is what The Wall Street Journal has termed “the newest extreme sport.” Since its debut in April, millions of television viewers

Coupons okay if you use them properly – Radio Iowa
If the holiday gift-buying season left you strapped for cash, some Iowans may benefit from a familiar money-saving tactic — clipping coupons. Financial planner Robert Weagley says coupons can help you stretch your paycheck farther, but only if you use

Coupon Mom: Deals on vitamins, dinner and drinks – Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Nearly half of the newspaper grocery coupons issued will expire on Dec. 31. Check your coupon collection to make sure you get your savings before they expire. You can also check the Coupon Database at to see which coupons are due to

Bagging Bargains: Coupons are returning after a holiday break – (blog)
By Roger Quigley After a two-week holiday absence, coupons are back. For most of us, Sunday’s editions of The Patriot-News will contain a redplum, two SmartSource booklets and a P&GbrandSAVER. The larger SmartSource book contains a coupon for $1 off

Coupons move from Sunday newspaper to smartphones –
Meghan Caron, a mother of six, spends most Sundays clipping coupons. Keeping tabs on all the offers requires organization. “It is a massive undertaking. I really anticipate the Sunday paper coming,” she said, organizing her coupons according to store

Roseman: Zellers angers shoppers with online coupon – Toronto Star
31, Zellers offered a printable Facebook coupon. “Get 50 per cent off one item when you provide the coupon and use the code word ‘Cucumber’ at the register,” it said. “Offer CAN be combined with our great flyer deals.” But on Wednesday, Dec.

The Coupon Lady – The Augusta Chronicle
I am so thankful that I know how to coupon because it allows me to gather the staples I need to make meals and still spurge on plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables while I maintain a tight budget. When I first began this column, I tackled several


Please follow and like us:
Pin Share

Speak Your Mind


Follow by Email