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Old 01-03-2010, 10:54 PM
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Default Match Ups (coupons matched to sales)

If your Oklahoma grocery store is not listed on here click: here and post below, telling us to add it.


Note: Common abbreviations you will see on info where these have been matched
RP 1/10/10 (Red Plum) insert came out in paper January 10, 2010
SS 1/17/10 (SmartSource)dinsert came out in paper January 17, 2010
PG 1/03/10 (Procter & Gamble)insert came out in paper January 03, 2010




Aldi (Aldi does not accept coupons.)
Akins
Apple Mart Fairview and Watonga
Beachler's - El Reno and Prague
CVS
Country Mart Atoka
Country Mart Coweta, Bixby and Glenpool
Country Mart in Lawton
Dollar General
Drug Mart
Drug Warehouse
Escott's in Cushing
Family Dollar
Food Pyramid
Harp's
Homeland
K-Mart
Kinnamon's
Med-X
May's
Petty's
Reasor's
Save-A-Lot
Sooners - (Sulphur, Tishamongo and Davis)
Spencers (Blanchard)
Staples
Target
United
Walgreen's
Wal-Mart
Warehouse Market
Whole Foods






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Old 01-04-2010, 08:21 AM
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Default Idea is not mine....excellent idea was a veterans...Just passing it along....

Idea is not mine....excellent idea was a veterans...Just passing it along....
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Grocery stores and others that sell items that our Veterans need could have a symbol (such as an American Flag sticker) that would be easily recognized when it was next to the price tag on the shelf as one of the needed items for Vets.

It would remind us to buy an extra one while buying what we need for themselves. (Impulse buy or a good "couponer" will grab a coupon and buy a couple to donate.)

Items could be dropped off into a collection barrel near the register, after customers purchase them.

The only thing the stores would be out would be a flag sticker or card for the shelf next to the product to identify the needed items and for getting the items to the VA clinic where they can be sent on the van to the VA hospital.

The benefit for a store is a possible increase in revenue. They could even advertise it in their ads, saying they support Veterans and have “Flagged” items that are needed by Veterans.

Vets like to support businesses that support them, too.


a new era--

Many consumers today check a stores sales ads online making it easy for people to share on blogs when and where there is a sale on an item to match a recent coupon.

It has been said that in this ecomony Shopaholics are now turning to this type of buying rushing out to stock up shopping trip buyers are rushing out to buy since there is a

Thrill of the hunt….

Planning their shopping list from what is posted on the internet before they venture out.. A store will be bypassed (even if it has lower prices) if the ad is not on the internet

We understand that there are many unadvertised sales each week simply because there is not room in the ad to show them all. Putting the "online ad" in simple text --just so we know the sales.

Plain text is better than an ad in PDF or color because it can be “copied and pasted” into a forum allowing shoppers to all jump in and go over it with a fine tooth comb scouring the internet for a coupon location and posting it for everyone, where it can be found, before storming the store to buy up items. If you have a picture people have to stop and type out every item and it is way too slow.)

We understand that numerous other items are also on sale each week that don't make the ad....Smart companies will list all of the sale items in plain text giving couponers more reason to choose their store to shop at.


It has become very competitive for people to rush to stores to buy after seeing these. They do this by learning about the sales and coupons from what others are posting.

Competition is fierce for shoppers as many try to be the first to check out a stores ad, find a coupon from the Sunday paper inserts and rush to the store to buy.

The key for stores is making it easy for people sitting at their computers to find "matchups", get excited grab their purse and coat and go buy....even if they don't need the items.

In addition to regular ad in color print a stores websites could put all sales that week (not just the ones in the ad) into a link that shows everything.
These people who scour the internet find them....add the coupons, post them and then "Katie Bar the Door!!"

Retailers are cashing in on this new wave by studying what is happening and making it easy for buyers.. Having it in plain text is making it easy to have their store sales plastered all over the internet and shared by bloggers!
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Old 01-04-2010, 08:30 AM
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Idea is not mine....excellent idea was a veterans...Just passing it along....
________________________________________
Grocery stores and others that sell items that our Veterans need could have a symbol (such as an American Flag sticker) that would be easily recognized when it was next to the price tag on the shelf as one of the needed items for Vets. It would remind us to buy an extra one while buying what we need for themselves. (Impulse buy or a good "couponer" will grab a coupon and buy a couple to donate.)

Items could be dropped off into a collection barrel near the register, after customers purchase them.

The only thing the stores would be out would be a flag sticker or card for the shelf next to the product to identify the needed items and for getting the items to the VA clinic where they can be sent on the van to the VA hospital.

The benefit for a store is a possible increase in revenue. They could even advertise it in their ads, saying they support Veterans and have “Flagged” items that are needed by Veterans.

Vets like to support businesses that support them, too.


a new era--

Many consumers today check a stores sales ads online making it easy for people to share on blogs when and where there is a sale on an item to match a recent coupon.

It has been said that in this ecomony Shopaholics are now turning to this type of buying rushing out to stock up shopping trip buyers are rushing out to buy since there is a

Thrill of the hunt….

Planning their shopping list from what is posted on the internet before they venture out.. A store will be bypassed (even if it has lower prices) if the ad is not on the internet

We understand that there are many unadvertised sales each week simply because there is not room in the ad to show them all. Putting the "online ad" in simple text --just so we know the sales.

Plain text is better than an ad in PDF or color because it can be “copied and pasted” into a forum allowing shoppers to all jump in and go over it with a fine tooth comb scouring the internet for a coupon location and posting it for everyone, where it can be found, before storming the store to buy up items. If you have a picture people have to stop and type out every item and it is way too slow.)

We understand that numerous other items are also on sale each week that don't make the ad....Smart companies will list all of the sale items in plain text giving couponers more reason to choose their store to shop at.


It has become very competitive for people to rush to stores to buy after seeing these. They do this by learning about the sales and coupons from what others are posting.

Competition is fierce for shoppers as many try to be the first to check out a stores ad, find a coupon from the Sunday paper inserts and rush to the store to buy.

The key for stores is making it easy for people sitting at their computers to find "matchups", get excited grab their purse and coat and go buy....even if they don't need the items.

In addition to regular ad in color print a stores websites could put all sales that week (not just the ones in the ad) into a link that shows everything.
These people who scour the internet find them....add the coupons, post them and then "Katie Bar the Door!!"

Retailers are cashing in on this new wave by studying what is happening and making it easy for buyers.. Having it in plain text is making it easy to have their store sales plastered all over the internet and shared by bloggers!
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