Here are 3 interesting things that you may not know about coupons. Use this information to help you get the most out of your coupons.
- U.S. Military Members Stationed Oversees Can Use Coupons Up to Six Months Past their Expiration Dates at Commissary and Exchanges. Michelle at Military Wives Saving offers some great suggestions of organizations that you can partner with to get your recently expired coupons to the troops.
- Catalina Coupons or the Coupons that Get Printed Out with your Receipt at many stores are usually Store Specific in the United States. For example, if your Catalinas printed out at Kroger, you will need to use them at a Kroger or as specified. You will not be able to take them to Wal-Mart and use them. Generally, somewhere on the coupon will be store branding such as a logo or specific wording such as “Redeem at” to remind you of this.
- Coupons may be available for download to your loyalty card or mobile app that may not be available elsewhere. This applies to both manufacturer and store coupons. Manufacturers offer some coupons that are direct to card (direct to loyalty card). This means in order to secure the savings you will need to download to a participating loyalty card and use where that loyalty card is accepted. Some stores offer their own mobile applications that you download and use to access special savings.
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