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National Store Coupon Policies

Recent Change to Rite Aid Coupon Policy: Rite Aid accepts Buy One, Get One Free coupons, however only one coupon can be used for each pair of items purchased. A customer can use one “cents off” coupon in conjunction with the item they are purchasing on a Buy One Get One Free promotion (or with a Buy One Get One Free coupon), although the value of the cents off coupon cannot exceed the selling price of the item. Buy One Get One Free coupons cannot be used in conjunction with a Buy One Get One Free promotion.

Recent Change to Target’s Coupon Policy: Buy One Get One Free coupons have been clarified as well as disallowing any printable FREE product coupons that don’t require any purchase.

Recent Change to Walmart’s Coupon Policy: Walmart will now give cash back if the coupon value exceeds the amount of the purchase item!


Local Grocery Store Coupon Policies

Store coupon match-ups

SimplyFrugalLiving.com provides coupon match-ups for the following national stores:

…the following PA grocery chain stores:

…and in IL and WI:

 

Link mentioned on today’s radio program: Coupon Information Corporation.

Interview with Coupon Information Corporation.

Extreme Couponing Classes

Want to host one of the popular Extreme Couponing Classes at your community group, church, or social club? Drop me a note at andria (at) simply frugal living (dot) com.

How to Coupon

I hope tonight’s spot on KDKA piqued your interest in the resources available to aid you in couponing and frugal living. My goal is to simplify frugal living by putting resources right at your fingertips that will help you succeed.

Want to learn to coupon like the pros? Come to one of my Extreme Couponing classes in the Pittsburgh area, or read my brief Extreme Couponing 101 tutorial.

 

Printable Coupon Resources

eCoupons:

Features you will find on SimplyFrugalLiving.com

 

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Welcome, and enjoy your journey toward frugal living! Feel free to drop me a note if you have any questions!

 

Link mentioned on today’s radio program: Coupon Information Corporation.

Interview with Coupon Information Corporation.



Comments

  1. Hello again! Mike cut me off and I don’t think you were able to hear me say THANK YOU!! Your phone interview was very informative and I really was glad I tuned in at the right time. I can’t wake to check out your website! Thank you again!

    • You’re more than welcome, Shelley! I hope it is helpful to you! If I can answer any questions along the way, be sure to get in touch! 🙂

      Blessings,
      Andria

  2. karen Davies says:

    i was listening to you on the radio show, very interesting to say the least. You spoke of a seminar you will be having on tuesday, but i can not find any info on it. thanks again karen

    • Hello Karen,

      Thanks for getting in touch! I’m glad you enjoyed the radio program. Here is the info on the Shaler Public Library class this Tuesday:

      Where: Shaler North Hills Public Library

      When: Tuesday, September 20thhttp://www.shalerlibrary.org/images/picture.gif

      Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

      Cost: Free

      What to bring: Pen and paper for notes and a friend!

      Registration: Required–please call the Library at 412-486-0211.

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