| Originally Posted by Oscar_Ernie |
Okay, so I looked into this, but I have to say that I'm still VERY skeptical. lol You say you don't use very many coupons, but isn't that how you get your savings? I'm just confused!
Reading through that site it seemed like they just tell you where to get the coupons for everything, then it's up to you to search them out and cut them. Then, once you find them, you go to the store-making sure you read the fine print (i.e. you have to buy two to get the discount, etc.)-and then have to hand over a fistful of coupons when checking out?
Okay, it's gotta be easier then that if you're so excited about it!What am I missing? LOL
The fine print is pretty much the same on all of them. You cannot use 2 (manufacture) coupons on one item, you have to pay sales tax, buy the right items listed... Really, coupons only know the value they are for and a general group of products they work on. There are some coupons out there that are coded to literally work on anything. If you just know what the big print says, you are fine. Cashiers don't even really care. They just scan away and only stop if the register doesn't accept a coupon for some reason...