coupons / vouchers

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happyfrown Sun 15-Jan-17 11:38:33

Ive seen it mentioned about couponing, seen the coupon kid on tv and was wondering if any one actually does this? I had a look for vouchers on line and couldn't find anything that id actually use and would be spending just for the fact I had a voucher/coupon.

ive tried moneysaving website, what other ones or ways do people come across them.

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chanie44 Sun 15-Jan-17 15:45:08

I've watched extreme couponing but that's a U.S. show and they seem to have lots of coupons about.

I think this country doesn't do much by way of coupons and deals are sporadic.

The couponers in the USA will often get stuff for the sake eg 200 sports drinks.

happyfrown Sun 15-Jan-17 15:56:45

ive seen that too, they have folders full. im lucky to find one voucher that I would need?
oh well was worth a shot smile

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chanie44 Sun 15-Jan-17 17:01:03

I once got voucher for £1 off bleach and as it was offer anyway, each bottle was 25p. That's pretty much the best I've ever managed.

happyfrown Sun 15-Jan-17 17:14:57

it does look great doing a whole shop for say 11p grin would save me a great deal but I guess i'll just have to take luxury loo paper off my list for cheapo roll to save a penny or too hmm

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happyfrown Sun 15-Jan-17 17:16:03

two even blush

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chanie44 Sun 15-Jan-17 17:38:47

On Extreme Couponers, they allude to the fact that people go through bins etc to collect coupons. Some stores will double the value of coupons, there don't always seem to be limits on numbers (eg 1 per transaction) and the product costs less than the coupon, the difference can be used as credit for other goods.


JoMummy2boys Sat 21-Jan-17 23:54:27

Look out for them in supermarket magazines, newspapers, leaflets through post, online, emails.
Im yet to make them work like they do on extreme couponing but they do save a few quid here n there xx

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