There doesnt seem to be as many coupons as before. In Texas, Kroger used to double and triple coupons but they discontinued that. Also, if you had a paper coupon in hand and had a digital coupon registered with them they would honor both but no longer. Have you tried www.couponmom.com. It is a great site. Gives you the specials for the stores in your state and lists the coupon to correspond with the special and the week the coupon came out. Happy couponing!.
I really enjoy getting coupons in the mail that I forgot I asked for. It can make my whole week! I also went clothes shopping today which I dislike very much but I spent a lot less money that I expected, nice surprise. My new job starts Monday and I finally feel that I will look okay.... One more more step on the journey taken.
I really don't she many people using coupons at all here in Oklahoma City. There arent alot of places that double coupons either so that may be the reason. I find it harder to coupon here than I did in the DFW area of Texas.
Many are saying that that is an affect from the show. I haven't been couponing seriously long enough to know. But I will say I see more coupon binders out there than I used to and more bare shelves when there is a good deal.
3/31/12 Trailbreaker half marathon 13.1 miles in 3 hours 13 minutes 4/20/13 Neighborhood Watch 5K 39:17.6 10/5/13 5K Grace Pet Fest 38:47.6 12/1/13 Secret City Half Marathon around 3 hours and 4 minutes 4/19/14 Butterflies for Hope 5K for Lupus 39:23.8 (I hurt my back a few days before, and though it was my first official 5K with some jogging, my back hurt, so was very slow.)
Since the show Extreme Couponing hit the Television it seems that there are less high value coupons out there and more coupon restrictions at stores and on the coupons. Is this my imagination or just normal for this time of year?
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