Couponing for the Rest of Us

Walgreens Coupon Policy for 2012

In case you need to brush up on your Drugstore Coupon Policies this year – I thought we’d do a quick overview of the policy changes that have been made recently.  Here are the main points of the Official Walgreens Coupon Policy:

Coupons:

  • You can stack 1 Manufacturer coupon with 1 Walgreens coupon per item.
  • If the coupon exceeds the price of the item, the coupon can be adjusted down to the item’s price.
  • You can use 2 coupons on a BOGO Sale.

Register Rewards:

  • Register Rewards count as a manufacturer coupon – and you may not use more manufacturer coupons than items purchased.
  • If you redeem a Register Reward from one item towards buying the same item again – you will not receive another Register Reward.
  • Register Rewards will only print during the promotional period – rainchecks will not be eligible for Register Rewards after the promotion is ended.
  • Register Rewards cannot be used to buy:

Prescriptions
Tobacco products
Alcoholic beverages
Dairy products
Lottery tickets
Money orders/transfers
Transportation passes
Special event/entertainment tickets or passes
Postage stamps
Gift cards/phone cards/prepaid/Green DotTM cards
Prescription Savings Club” memberships
Health care services, including immunizations
Any items prohibited by law


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If you just read aboutTime 2 $ave in Parade Magazine 7 Minute Solution: Save More Money on Groceries we’re so glad you stopped by.

 

If this is your first visit, we’d like to thank you for stopping by. We are excited to have the opportunity to serve you and hope the information we provide guide you as you enter the world of couponing.

Like most, the effects of our nations economy hit our family’s hard. As a result, we attempted to save our family money by eliminating family vacations, taking our children out of extra curricular activities and buying only store brand foods. However, the savings didn’t add up. Out of great skepticism we started couponing. After hundreds of hours of research, months of practice, and many trials and errors our tenacity paid off. We began to see our grocery bill dwindle each week as we learned how to use coupons effectively.

Now, to keep this in perspective we don’t LOVE COUPONS. We don’t wake up every morning excited to cut up coupons or jump on every deal that we can find. Simply put – couponing just happened to be the tool that brought hope to our family’s finances. Most importantly it has afforded us the incredible opportunity to give into the lives of others in ways we never imagined.

You’ll see quickly that we want to offer our community much more than just grocery/drug store savings. Only a small part of our life is spent at the grocery store. We want to speak encouragement to each of you, bring you content that is relative to your life, introduce you to thousands of others in our community and have FUN all at the same time!

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Holiday Coupon Booklets: Tips for the Hunt!


The Holiday season is one of the BEST time to find great coupons at all sorts of places.  When you head to the store, keep your eyes peeled for booklets, tearpads, blinkies and rebate offers for traditional Thanksgiving & Christmas fare.  Here are some tips to make sure you don’t miss out on these treasures!

1. You’re Getting Warmer….
Don’t just scan the shelves for coupons- get creative. Think, “If I were a tearpad, where would I hide?” A-HA! That cardboard display! or A-HA! That Arrangement of Baking Supplies!  Basically, if there is a display of any sort – strip search it for coupons :)

2) Variety is the Spice of Life!
If you ALWAYS go to Bi-Lo, and you’ve got everything they have to offer, shake up your routine a bit. Stop in a Dollar Store for toilet-paper or milk, swing by K-Mart for wrapping paper. No matter what store you find yourself running into, take the time to speed-walk down every aisle looking for tearpads and blinkies. I have even gone out of my way (to SuperSaver) on a hunch that they might have good tearpads that haven’t been stripped bare. They did!

3.) Ask and You Shall Receive
Occasionally, coupons are kept behind counters. For instance, sometimes the cosmetics counter at Walgreens has coupons that they haven’t put out yet. I can’t guarantee you they will give you one, but it never hurts to ask! Also, sometimes gas stations keep coupons behind the counter. Give it an extra glance next time you’re paying for something!

4.) Share the Love!
There’s only one rule in this Scavenger Hunt, and that is the Golden Rule of Couponers:

Take a COUPLE, leave the rest! There are so many of us, and so few tearpads…. please don’t be a “Scrooge” this Holiday Season!

There are TONS of ways to get your hands on great coupons – reader our post HERE on how/where to get coupons, blinkies, booklets, printables and more!

Getting to know Chantal, a new part of the Time2Save Team

In order to keep up with all the deals here on Time2Save, we’ve recently pulled in a little help – and her name is Chantal! We don’t want you guys to be strangers – so we asked her to introduce herself. Welcome Chantal!

 

As exciting as I would like to make myself seem, I am really just your average housewife and mother trying to make ends meet.  Some of you may recognize me from my blog, This Chattanooga Mommy Saves.
For those who don’t, here are a few facts about me.

I grew up in Atlanta, GA and currently live in Chattanooga, TN.
I have been writing  for as long as I can remember. I have a passion for poetry.
I am 23. I’m married and  have been with my husband for almost 6 years.
I have two step-sons (ages 11 and 10) and one wonderful daughter (age 3).
My favorite color is pink and my lucky number is 3.

I am excited to be joining the Time 2 Save Team and look forward to getting to know each and every one of you!  Please, feel free to ask me any questions.

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In case you were wondering why you should “like” facebook page if you already read the blog, here’s why.  One post, even an easy Amazon deal takes about 30 minutes.  The same deal posted straight to Facebook takes less than 30seconds.  Right now there are so many deals that we see, there is no way that we could keep up with all of them on the blog.

 

Here’s all the way’s you can connect with us. Keep in mind, we can’t post every deal we find here like I mentioned above.  To receive a immediate notification every time there is a new post, you can follow us on twitter.  (it doesn’t have to notify you – that’s up to you)

 

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Banks Remove $5 Debit Card Fees (Hip-Hip-Hooray!)

 

I went into the bank last week and while I was filling out my deposit slip I noticed a sign that said “Due to popular demand – no more Debit Card Fees!”  (Well, it basically said that :) )

I subscribe to LearnVest – which is how I found out that LOTS of banks are now revoking the fees they just rolled out last month.  I highly recommend getting the Learnvest newsletter – it’s FREE and it helps me keep up with just the most important/interesting topics in money.  You’ll get tidbits of info delivered in a daily newsletter – each one containing a few hot-button financial topics, in small easy-to-understand articles.