Frugal Living Expert Angela Davis showed us the ins and outs of getting even more out of your coupons by doubling and stacking!
Coupons to look for in your Sunday paper:
• Manufacturer's coupons (typically found in the packs of coupons inserted into the paper, sometimes in the Parade magazine)
• Store coupons (typically found in each store's weekly ad, also available on many store websites as printable coupons)
*This would be the perfect time to talk about the difference between manufacturer's coupons and store coupons and how they can be used together.
Coupons to look for online:
• Internet printable coupons (manufacturer's coupons that you print from various sites that can be used at any store)
• eCoupons (manufacturer's coupons that are loaded electronically to your rewards card that can be redeemed at that particular store only)
Coupons to look for in the store:
• Tearpad coupons (coupons attached to notepads near the product)
• Blinkie coupons (coupons that are dispensed from the red blinking machines)
• Peelie coupons (coupons that are attached to products that the cashier takes off and scans at the register