Category: Coupons

Coupons

Donate Expired Coupons

There are several options out there for sending your expired coupons to our service men and women overseas.  Here are a couple of websites for more information on how you can help individually or if you are part of an organization. The Krazy Coupon Lady has information on her website for donating your expired manufacturer coupons to our military families […]

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Coupon Links and Tips

Here I will list useful links to blogs and websites that I’ll be referring to in my blog posts. I live in East Central Indiana so the majority of my posts will pertain to stores in my area, but I will also be posting websites and blogs that will be useful to everyone. To stay […]

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Causes

I will be posting local and national fundraisers and current events for various causes.  Again, with me living in East Central Indiana, that will be the focus of the majority of posts, but I will also be posting national ones as well. Donate Local for Free: Most schools participate in these two programs.  You can either drop off, […]

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About Coupon Database

The Coupon Database here on the website can be tricky if you don’t understand the language. This is a great resource to look for coupons that you need for items you have on your shopping list that you don’t currently have a coupon for.  You can be generic in your search, such as “cereal” or more specific, such as “Kellogg’s […]

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2012 Coupon Insert Schedule

This is subject to change throughout the year and does not include the General Mills inserts.  Print or bookmark this page so you’ll know when to buy extra newspapers. January1 — (2) Redplum & (2) Smart Source & Procter and Gamble8 — Redplum & Smart Source15 — Smart Source22 — Redplum & Smart Source29 — […]

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Savings Percentage

Ever wondered how to figure your savings percentage?  Here are simple instructions: Add together all of the original prices (on receipts that show the $ amount that you saved, add together that savings amount + the $ amount you spent) Add together your oop (out of pocket) Subtract oop from original prices = SAVINGS Divide amount […]

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