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Extreme Couponing

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on 2 November 2016

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Empower Students
Improve Students Financial Knowledge
Prepare Students for the Road to Financial Success
Secret #1 – Change the way you think about grocery shopping. You may not see extreme savings right at the beginning since you will still have to do your regular grocery shopping.

Secret #2 – Multiple Coupons will help you build that stockpile faster.

Secret #3 – Organization is KEY!
Secret #4- Get familiar with your store coupon policy.
Secret #5- The Grocery go through a 12 week cycle make sure you know when the earliest you can get your deals.
Don’t Clear Shelves
Be Courteous to Cashier
Coupon Ethically
Use coupon as intended
Store Coupon Policy
Know the stores coupon policy!!!!!
How to Use Coupon Websites
How to Stack Coupons!
What types of coupons are available?
Get started couponing!
Increase financial awareness throughout the student body through peer to peer learning.
Mission
Goals
Mommy,
Where do coupons come from?
Internet
Coupons can be found in many places such as:
Newspaper
In - Store
Store Coupon
Can be
combined
with a manufactures coupon
Can be found in their
weekly ad
These are coupons that can only be used for that specific store
Manufacture Coupon
Pay attention to:
Exp Date
Coupon Wording
Ex: does it exclude trail/travel sizes, or a specific brand
Everyone from chain stores to local grocers accept these!
Catalina Coupons
A coupon that prints
after
your transaction is complete
BOGO Coupons
Mail in
The mail-in- rebate can be redeemed with the items you purchase on the actual coupon.
Cash credit that you can send to the company & they will send you a check in mail.
How do I get started!??
Basic Couponing Materials

Scissors

Variety of Markers or pens

Accordion style Coupon organizer

Simple Beginner Steps!
Clip a few coupons a week to get a feel
Be open to trying unfamiliar brands if you have good coupons from them
When a manufacturer has a new product, freebie opportunities wil often arise. Just Call or send an email to the Customer Service dept. & ask for samples, coupons, and discounts.
When you purchase a smaller item with a coupon, it can equal bigger savings often walking out the store without paying a dime
You'll tend to spend less money if you shop with cash only so leave your credit/debit cards at home
1. Take it Slow
2. Don't be brand Loyal
3. Request free samples
4. Score free products
5. Use Cash!
Successful Couponing Secrets
Publix Matchups
Glade Plugins Scented Oil Refills - BOGO
$5.49 ($2.74)
STACK: (2) $2/1 Glade Plugins scented oil twin refill (Publix Coupon), Publix Health & Beauty flyer (exp. 9/27)
(2) Glade Plugins Scented Oil Refills ($1/1) - SS Insert 08/25 | 10/05
Final Price=
FREE
Multi-stack at the store, we use both store and manufacturer coupons and take advantage of additional money-back deals involved.
Matching
B1G1 or BOGO = Buy One, Get One (Free, 50% off, etc.)
B2GI = Buy Two, Get One Free
DND = Do Not Double

EX or X = Expires On
FAR = Free After Rebate
FILLER = Item Purchased to Reach a Minimum Total in Order to Get a “Deal”
GC = Gift Card

IP = Internet Printable
Jedi = The Cashier You Want!
MC or MQ = Manufacturer’s coupon
MIR = Mail In Rebate
NED = No Expiration Date

STACKING: Using Both a Store Coupon and a Manufacturer’s Coupon on One Item
TMF = Try Me Free Offer
UPC = Universal Product Code – Those black straight lines with numbers under them
Good idea to print policy & take to store
Some times cashiers will not let you complete a transaction even though CORPORATE policy states otherwise
Be prepared for a battle at the register & having a hard copy of the policy will save you time, money, and a headache!
Every store has it's own unique policy
Ex: @ Walgreens must get extra "filler" items for multiple coupons
COUPONS USED ITEMS PURCHASED
Couponing at
Restaurants

Coupon not only in the grocery stores, but at restaurants
Various restaurants have a loyalty rewards program where you enter by going to the restaurant of choice and signing up and verifying your email
The best part about the offer is FREE FOOD when you sign up for there programs
Resources
COUPONMOM.COM
HIP2SAVE.COM
COUPONS.COM
REDPLUM.COM
SMARTSOURCE.COM
COUPONSHERPA.COM
GROCERYCOUPONGUIDE.COM
Follow us on twitter @ FinancialAmbassador
www.facebook.com/ValenciaFinancialLearningAmbassadors
Lets go Shopping!
*OOP = Out Of Pocket
Coupon Trading
Trade coupons with friends and family
Send coupons off to the military because veterans and those who are active can use them up to 6 months after expiration
Sell Coupon books for extra money
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