Everybody’s clipping coupons these days. Why not? With the cost of groceries, every little bit helps.
The Sunday paper is, of course, the mother-lode of coupons. I found a $3 coupon for a L’Oreal cleansers and moisturizers, $1 off Pledge cleaning wipes and $2 off Revlon cosmetics – all products I already use.
That’s the trick. You don’t want to buy items just because you have a coupon.
The Internet is another source of coupons. Coupons is the main source. You can type in your zip code and fi nd coupons in your area. For our Delray Beach office address, I found these coupons: I found $1 off Perdue chicken breast strips, $1 coupon for Tylenol and $1 off Boston contact lens solution – darn! I just bought that!
You can also google a name brand and see if there’s a coupon available. All of this takes preparation for a shopping trip. But if done routinely, it could start to pay off.
Did you find a good coupon recently? Tell me where or post the link here. -- Marcia "Bargain Hunter" Pounds