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Old 01-08-2010, 09:23 AM
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Default Escott's in Cushing

2220 E. Main St.
Cushing, OK 74023


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Old 01-08-2010, 09:50 AM
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Check the following sites every month for new printable coupons. (Always check the last day of the month and the first day and then throughout the month.) You may only print 2 of each coupon however, the coupons may be reset during the month so itís worth checking back!


More places to scan for coupons:


Buy multiple copies of the Sunday paper!! The Oklahoman has better coupons usually than the Tulsa World. http://www.discountednewspapers.com/ shows the Oklahoman but I am not sure we can get it delivered in Tulsa.)
* Family, friends, neighbors and co-workers are great sources for obtaining multiple coupon inserts.
* Manufacturer's website- google for them
* Coupon related websites (again google)
* In-store savings and additional coupons at most grocery stores.
* In store coupon Google for (name of store) before you go
* Blinkies - coupons available in red machines set up in some store aisles.(Most of these cannot be doubled.)"Blinkies" are good trading coupons.
* Courtesy cards that some grocery chains offer provide additional savings at their stores and these discounts can be combined with coupons for maximum savings.
* Coffee shops, McDonalds, Hotels, restaurants newspapers
* Your local library may save the coupons from Sunday papers they subscribe to and make them available to the public.
* Catalinas print out at the store register. (WAlgreens calls them Register Rewards or RR's)
* Magazines such as All You magazine at Wal-Mart, by the check-out registers, has high value coupons!
* Coupon Clippers http://www.thecouponclippers.com/
* Peelies are usually on the product you are buying
* Weekly grocery ad may have a store coupon.
* Baby coupons (my goodness...google for this one you will find all kinds of baby coupons, rebates...and freebies)
* Tear pad-in front of the product on the shelf
* "Try me free" rebate
* e-bay to buy them because they come from another state and may have a higher discount on the coupon!
* Trade with other people outside of your area as they get different coupons.
http://www.pinchingyourpennies.com/f...splay.php?f=17 (Here is a great place to do that!)

Coupon Trains- start an envelope, put in the ones in you don't want. You give it to a friend who understands that she is to take out what she wants but she must put in at least the same number of coupons and then she passes it to the next person.(You might make an agreement that the train must leave within 2 days of arriving.) You might have 5-6 people (including yourself) who is in the train. When it gets to the last person that person sends it to you and you start it over, taking out what you want, replacing it with at least the same number and sending it to the next one.

When there are those that are expired the person who has it that day pulls them out to send to the overseas military base expired coupon project. (Overseas military bases with commissaries can use expired coupons for up to 6 months past the printed date. This helps the families and little ones from being hungry.)

You can be in several coupon trains at once for fun.
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