I am someone who likes to learn new things, especially new things that will be beneficial to my family such as saving money. So as I’m getting into this new hobby of couponing, I’m finding new ways to stay organized. Organizing and storing paper coupons and how best to keep them together when you are out shopping.
Read all the way to the end where I share my learnings about saving money with couponing!
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It was a little tricky applying the adhesive vinyl to the mask holder, but with a little patience, it worked.
Couponing Tips + Breakdown
With couponing your goal is fairly simple. Layer sales deals and coupons to get a better price.
- Example: Buy one get one (BOGO) + Coupon
- Example: Buy one get one 1/2 off + Coupon
The best deals that I usually get are from Walgreens and CVS where you can get rewards for your purchases. So you can layer deals + Coupons + Rewards.
Apps for you phone
- Fetch – Use Referral Code “JD61D” and get 2000 points on your first receipt submission.
- Ibotta – Referral Code “oyqnwg” and get $10 when you submit your first receipt.
There are also a lot of acronyms with couponing, that couponers use.
- AC = After Coupon
- CRT = Cash Register Tape – CRTs are specific to the store where they were printed.
- DQ = Digital Coupon
- ECB = Extra Care Bucks (CVS)
- MFC or MFG = Manufacture
- OOP = Out of Pocket
- PQ = Paper Coupon
Many, many more acronyms. These are just the ones that I have picked up on so far 🙂
There are a lot of great couponing individuals that you can follow for help with couponing. Here are a couple to get you started if you are interesting in couponing. You can follow them on Instagram, Tik Tok, and YouTube! I highly suggest checking them out 🙂