Couponing to Help...
– Smart Source insert (Sunday paper); weekly
– RedPlum insert (Sunday paper); weekly
– Proctor & Gamble insert (Sunday paper); monthly
– General Mills insert (Sunday paper); random
– When You Buy
– Red box that dispenses coupons; attached to a shelf
Peelies are coupons attached to the product you are buying
– Coupons that print at the register and are given with the receipt (These are mfg coupons and usually can be used at ANY store.)
– Internet printable coupons
- Using a manufacturer coupon with a store coupon
- Instant Value Coupon (Walgreens store coupon found in monthly booklet)
Register Rewards (Walgreens “cash” type of coupon) – use on future transaction within expiration period
–Extra Care Bucks (CVS rebate tenders)
- Single Check Rebates (RiteAid’s monthly rebate program)
– Walgreens weekly ad coupons
– Out of Pocket
– Your Mileage May Vary. It will depend on the store/cashier/manager to see if that particular deal/scenario will work.
- Items you add to your purchase to get your total up. Usually to be able to use a $x off $xx coupon.
- Potential profit after using a coupon with a sale item
BOGOF / B1G1F
- Buy One Get One Free, usually stores allow you to purchase one at 50% off.
$1/1 or $1/2
– $1 off 1 item, or $1 off 2 items
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