My syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column for the week is entitled “Coupon text getting smaller and smaller.“
Here’s an excerpt:
“Some of the coupons are so small that they don’t even have room for a photo of the product on them anymore. I saw this with a name-brand of laundry detergent. Another coupon was so small that it did not even have the name or brand of the product printed on it. It simply said it was valid on ‘Any one 30ct or 50ct product’ with a tiny picture of a bottle. Vitamins, possibly? The bottle was less than a half-inch high and impossible to make out the logo.”
Read this entire column at the the Northwest Indiana Times.
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