Using Competitor Coupons {Family Money Minute Radio}

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Using Competitor Coupons

September 1, 2015: Using Competitor Coupons

Just because your favorite store doesn’t offer a ton of coupons doesn’t mean they won’t accept them…

Regardless of where you do your shopping, make sure to ask their customer service if they accept competitor’s coupons. Often times, stores prefer to have you bring in coupons from their competitors rather than have you walk away and lose your business to their competitors.

And don’t just rely on paper coupons; sign up for stores’ newsletters so you can have coupons emailed to you or even loaded directly onto your store rewards card.

Remember, stacking those store coupons with manufacturer’s coupons and a sale will earn maximum savings AND save you from running to multiple stores.


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