Friday, March 12, 2010
1. There is a website that tracks fraudulent coupons.
2. There is a magazine that lists rebates. Jenny didn’t think it was worth the cost but for someone like me who wants to know about all that’s out there, this seems like a good investment to me.
3. If you have a CVS store that is not open 24 hours , most of them allow you to shop the Sunday sale starting on Saturday night. The times vary by store but my local one allows it from 6 pm to close on the Saturday before a new ad comes out. This is such a time saver for me and I was so happy to hear it. No more going to the 24 hour CVS at midnight because I want to be sure that I get the items I want.
4. CVS rainchecks don't expire.
5. You can send coupons to the troops since they can use coupons up to 12 months after they expire. I love this because I HATE when my coupons expire.
6. There are security measures in place to keep people from photocopying printable coupons. I've always wondered about this and figured as much.
7. Another workshop participant said that Dollar Tree sells All You magazine for, you guessed it, $1. I'm going to personally check this out this weekend since I don't remember seeing magazines in Dollar Tree the last time I was there.