My syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column for the week is entitled “Coupons’ terms continue to confuse shoppers.”
Here’s an excerpt:
“A coupon that says $1 off any two products made by a specific brand is different than a coupon specifying that the two items must be “baking soda products.” In this case, you should make sure the products being purchased also contain baking soda. I like to look at the brand’s website for more information, as it usually states the products that fall into a specific category.”
Read this entire column at the LaCrosse Tribune.
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