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Interesting Fact: The first coupon was created in 1887 by Asa Candler, a businessman from Atlanta, whose hand-written tickets offered consumers a free glass of Coca-Cola. Candler’s idea transformed Coca-Cola from an insignificant tonic into a market-dominating drink. The coupon usage really increased during the Great Depression.
Today, coupons are widely distributed through magazines, coupon envelopes, newspapers, mail, directly from the retailer and the internet.
I have a whole stack of coupons for people in the USA. I am ready to send to you for free. All you have to do is let me know.
These coupons or for Shick Hydro Silk Razors and some other products. $4 and $1 saving on each!
We don't have coupons in Australia.. well we do but we don't have anywhere near as much as other countries do. I wish we did though.. I honestly probably would be an extreme couponer, I mean it would save me a lot of money.
I got some coupons in the mail today from CVS. I just wish they'd send me ones for stuff that I actually use.
I got 2 free Reese's eggs today thanks to a ".50 off 2" coupon. They're $0.50 right now, so I got 3 and the coupon doubled to $1. :)
I love coupon and I think more people should use it. My parents tend to not use coupons when grocery shopping because they go to Asian markets for cheaper groceries. However, I always try my best to find coupons on some grocery and mostly toiletries or makeup items. I know a lot of time coupons only give you a small discount, but imagine you have coupons on top of giftcards from rewarding websites. It is a lot of saving. Every time I want to spend money on makeup, which I am obsessed with collecting, I would try my best to find coupons before purchasing an item.
coupons.com has a new .55 off coupon for 7 Up 2 liter bottles. There are always sales at the big chain stores to use this type coupon. One example right now is Walmart: 7Up 2 liter is .88, so after coupon it is just.33