Now that you know how to shop, where to find coupons and how to read them, you are ready to start doing some deals. This is really where this blog comes in — Frugal Living NW is here to share the very best deals at your neighborhood stores. We do all the research for you — all you have to do is make your list, pull your coupons and hit the store!
We’ve worked very hard at creating a deal format that is user-friendly, espeically for the beginning couponer. But I know that for those just starting out it looks like a string of secret codes. Let’s see if I can help you unlock the code!
IMPORTANT: At first glance, this post looks confusing. Promise me that you will not freak out. Go slowly through each example. Refer to the Know Your Coupon Lingo post for more information on terms listed. If you get overwhelmed, stop reading it and come back to it later. You don’t have to “get it” all right now. Heck, it took me nine months to master this stuff.
Here’s the basic structure of a Frugal Living NW deal post:
How to find and use a Sunday paper manufacturer’s coupon:
How to read a deal that includes a Catalina:
How to read a Walgreens Register Reward‘s deal:
How to read a Rite Aid Single Check Rebate deal:
How to read a Rite Aid +UP Reward deal:
Read more from The Ultimate Guide to Couponing in the Northwest here.
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