Saturday Savings Coupon News Digest

Williams: Conn. coupon tax “almost certainly” dead – Newsday
Quick Read Conn. Senate president says Malloy’s coupon tax “almost certainly” won’t be in final tax plan (AP) — Senate President Donald Williams Jr. says the governor’s proposal to tax goods based on the price before a discount coupon is applied appears Read the article

Ever wonder how your coupon turns into cash? –
Coupons never seem to be in short supply. They come in the mail, in the newspaper and they’ve even moved online. I can barely keep track of mine as they somehow seem to wind up all over the house. With millions of coupons floating around, how do stores Read the article

Survey Reveals: Online Coupon Sites Remain Top Consumer Choice for Deals – PR Inside
The results of a recent Study of Online Shopping Habits commissioned by : , the web’s leading consumer destination for coupons, discounts and promotional codes for merchandise, groceries, travel and services, were released today. The Read the article

Coupon Queen: Where do all these coupons come from? – Post Bulletin
When I go to the grocery store and see people with stacks of coupons, I ask myself, where do they get them all? Where is the best place to look for coupons? How do you obtain more than one coupon for the same item? Once you start using coupons, it’s only Read the article

Coupon Queen: Stores aren’t required to accept coupons from manufacturers – InForum
Q: “I tried to redeem coupons at a store in my area and was told they do not accept coupons. Is a store that sells Colgate toothpaste not required by the manufacturer of Colgate to accept manufacturer coupons for their products?” Q: “I tried to Read the article

Smart Savings: Coupons can make stuff so cheap, it’s free – Fayetteville Observer
One of the most fun things about coupons is getting to shop for “free,” which I absolutely love to do! Avid couponers are always on the lookout for high-value coupons that will make their purchases free, or even profitable. Read the article

This is when you have a coupon worth more than the price of the item. For instance, if you have a coupon for $1.50 off a toothbrush and the toothbrushes are priced $1 each, for each one you buy you will receive a 50 cent “overage.
Not all coupon users extremeThe Tennessean
Extreme saving is a reality for someDaily Comet
Reality TV not ringing true with Oklahoma coupon
Daily 49er – –New York Magazine
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