Many of the coupons will include duplicates. Using duplicate coupons when items are on sale is one of the primary ways that I have been able to stock my pantry.
For example, when Betty Crocker products are on sale buy-one-get-one-free I am able to stock-up because I have duplicate coupons.
BOGO Free they are $1.14 per box
Use (1) $0.50 off per box
pay $0.64 per box after coupon
Shop at a store that doubles coupons
which means the coupon would be worth $1 off
making each box only $0.14 each.
This scenario will works for any item. In an effort to help you build your stockpile inexpensively I am going to give one lucky reader over $150 worth of coupons.
All coupons have an expiration date of February 1, 2009 or later. This is a great prize for experienced coupon clippers or newbies. You can earn up to 3 entries for this prize.
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1. Post about this giveaway on your blog and leave me a comment with your site’s url.
2. Leave a comment with a specific do or don’t for someone new to couponing. Don’t forget to leave an email or way to contact you if you win.
This contest will end on Monday January 12 at 11:59 pm, central time. I will use random.org to select one lucky winner and contact the winner. (If winner does not respond in 48 hours, I will pick another.) U.S. entries only. Good luck and thanks for entering!