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  • BOGO sales

    1 posts, 1 voices, 893 views, started Feb 24, 2009

    Posted on Tuesday, February 24, 2009 by Rebecca Deos

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    • Aquamarine
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      If you are doing your homework, you are probably getting your coupons organized, and figuring out what your stores coupon policies are. So here’s the first big step in what you will be looking for in store sales. I’m reiterating something from a pas post, just to make sure everyone understands.

       Buy One Get One Free Sales are the primo. BOGO (Buy One Get One) allow you to use two coupons, since you are getting two items. And if your store doubles coupons, each coupon doubles its value.

      For instance:

       Cheerios is on sale BOGO at 3.29

       I have two coupons for .60 cents each. (My local store will double coupons up to .60).

       My double coupon value is $2.40 ( each coupon doubles its value to $1.20)

       I effect, I just payed .45 for each box of Cheerios. At that price, I will stock up, and get as many sales as I have coupons for.

       That’s the extent in which I have time for. But you can take the savings even further. Most stores will allow you to use a store coupon alongside a manufacturers coupon. so if my local supermarket had its own coupon for Cheerios, I would be able to use that as well. Personally, I am not that organized. But many stores will accept competitors coupons, so I have ben trying to use the store cupons as well.



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