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sgalvey
06-27-2005, 10:21 AM
Hello:

I would like to know if their are any GOOD clipping services out there? I have been looking into these lately and I am not sure which ones are good and which are not so good. I live in a small town in KY and our local paper only adds inserts every 6 weeks. And they are really nothing to brag about. Both of the larger city newspapers are about 2 hours away from us. And it is too costly to subscribe to them. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Sharon

Aimee
06-28-2005, 01:12 PM
Hi Sharon,
What do you mean "good"? What are you looking for in a service? There are lots of them out there. If a coupon service does not follow through with their promises they won't be in business very long. There are also bad trader sites that will tell you some of the experiences others have had with traders.
Maybe make a small order first and see how the service is....
:thumbup: hope that helps.

Hello:

I would like to know if their are any GOOD clipping services out there? I have been looking into these lately and I am not sure which ones are good and which are not so good. I live in a small town in KY and our local paper only adds inserts every 6 weeks. And they are really nothing to brag about. Both of the larger city newspapers are about 2 hours away from us. And it is too costly to subscribe to them. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Sharon

Mommy1991
06-28-2005, 01:28 PM
Do you know someone that lives in that area that could get coupons for you & you could Arrange to get them every so often or even have them sent.

Mommy1991

deann
06-28-2005, 01:52 PM
For your value ($ wise), http://www.copperscoupons.com/ is your best bet. It is a sister site to PYP. Unfortunately, due to supply/demand, the service is limited to only 200 subscribers and has reached that quota. So I HIGHLY recommend, emailing Misti or Jeena over there and getting on the waiting list. :evil3:

What is unique about this service is for about $2/week, you get to choose 8 to 10 coupons and you will receive multiples of each coupon you choose. By far the best deal online. Many other services will charge you a handling fee (coupons are never bought/sold) up to or over 10% of the coupon's face value.

Maybe others can list their services of choice?

nickyad
06-28-2005, 05:12 PM
I use Coppers Coupons as well (also known as the Wishing Well).
I love the service and for the price can't beat that!! :D

I love it when they do the BONUS week!!! that's when they send you DOUBLE the amount of coupons they normally send...at no extra cost to you.. :D

Debbie
06-28-2005, 07:30 PM
I also regularly get coupons from the couponclippers.com She's a bit more expensive, but very reliable. Definitely get on copperscoupons waiting list.

danceme
07-03-2005, 07:08 PM
I belong to copper's coupons (the wishing well), but if I need something that they don't carry, I can usually find it at one of these places:
http://www.cutncoupons.com/search.html They do not charge a service fee.
http://www.thecouponclippers.com/docs/customer/home.php they DO charge a service fee
I haven't used these yet, but have heard good things about them:
http://www.marysworld.com/
This one is from a poster at PYP who also does this-I found her link in a signature at the end of a post she did-so there might be other members here that do it also-you'll just have to keep your eye out when reading posts. http://www.freewebs.com/aimeecuts/

kimr
07-03-2005, 09:26 PM
i have used coupons clippers in the past. http://www.thecouponclippers.com/docs/customer/home.php
very easy to deal with.
kimr

BourbonnaisMom
07-13-2005, 05:24 PM
www.refundnow.net
is good one...was previously Ellenclairwood.com
I beleive theres a waiting list now, so get on it by emailing ellen at admin@refundnow.net
EDITED BY MODERATOR: Removed link to competitor site.