Retail Store Coupons
Coupons aren’t just for the grocery store.
I hate clothes shopping without coupons. Maybe I’ve become a bit obsessive. I don’t know, but anytime one of us needs something, I jump online and search for a printable coupon first.
I also get on the email list of my favorite stores. I know, I know. Who needs one more email cluttering the inbox?
I just like saving 15%, 20%, 30% and even sometimes 40% on the items we need. I can handle a little inbox clutter for those kind of savings. If you’re organized, open a separate email account just for your coupons.
Do whatever works for you.
Every so often the coupons are only good online, so I have been known to go to the store, try on whatever it is I need, and then go home and order it online at the discount.
Also, be sure to ask if a store will match or beat a competitor’s coupon or sale.
Recently, Walmart’s Vision Center was going to match a coupon for children’s glasses at JCPenny; however, they ended up beating the coupon price by quite a bit. It doesn’t hurt to ask nicely, but don’t get bent out of shape if someone says NO. Policies are policies. You always have the option of shopping someplace else. As the saying goes, you do get more flies with honey.
Save Big in Retail Stores
- Shop the Sales.
- Sign up for sale alerts and coupons via email.
- Sign up for a rewards card.
- Search the internet for online coupon codes.
- Spread the love – share the coupons you’re not going to use.
Always, always search the web for a coupon code before you make a purchase online. You’ll be surprised by how many stores offer everything from free shipping to discounts.
I often refer to Mommy Saves Big for printable coupons and coupon codes.
Although, if impulse shopping is your weakness, try this helpful tip to break the cycle of impulse spending.
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