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Saturday, August 8, 2009

Different Types of Coupons

Blinkie - These are the coupons that come out of the little machines ( with the little blinking lights) found near certain items in the grocery store. The coupons are usually in the machines for 4 weeks and can hold over 300 coupons.  

Booklets and Pamphlets - these can contain coupons, recipes or information.  

Catalinas - these print at the register. They may also be called a check out coupon. And are good "ONYO" ( on your next order). Sometimes one will print that is an announcement for an upcoming deal.  

Peelies - attached to a product.  

Printables - Sometimes referred to as IPs. They may be on a company's website. Many can be found at SmartSource and RedPlum websites. You many need to download a Coupon Software to print these offers.
 
Snail Mail - These often come from signing up for a sample. Contacting the company by their website or phone number.  

Sunday Inserts - the Smart Source (SS), Red Plum/Vlassis (RP), PGBrandSaver (PG) inserts in Sunday newspapers. Offers are regional.  

Tearpads - a pad of coupons found near a product.  

Hang/Winetags - a coupon that hangs on a string around a bottle. Check the fine print, not all winetag offers require an alcohol purchase.

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