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  • Why We Want Multiple Coupons

    2 posts, 2 voices, 691 views, started Feb 18, 2009

    Posted on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 by Rebecca Deos


    • Aquamarine

      My kids love to bake, cakes, cookies and brownies.  

      Two weeks ago, there were coupons for 50 cents off Betty Crocker frosting and 40 cents off Hunts Ketchup. From purchasing multiple newspapers, I had 8 Betty Crocker coupons and 6 Hunts coupons.

       Looking through my store circulars, Betty Crocker frosting was on sale for .98 each. Since I had eight coupons, and that store doubles coupons, I got 8 frosting for free.

       Hunts products, including ketchup were 10/$10, or $1 each. (You dont need to purchase all ten for the discount. Since I had 6 coupons that doubled, I purchased 6 ketchups at 20 cents each. Now Hunt’s isnt my favorite ketchup, but the kids dont know the difference, and I now have enough to get me through until the next sale.

       If I only had one coupon, I would have saved money now, but probably not when I ran out and needed to purchase more. Now I have time to scout the next great deal.

       And notice tht since I bought the frosting, I didnt buy cake mix to go with it. I’m confident a sale will come up in the next week or two, so I will wait until then.


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