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Internet Coupon Tips

This article, entitled Internet Coupon Tips comes from SavingsAngel.com.

Internet printable coupons provide easy savings with a few mouse clicks. But fear of fraud and concerns over printing costs prevent some from taking advantage of them. There is no need to fear, just follow some simple rules.

For Safety’s Sake:

(1) Only print from authorized coupon sources. Safe sources include:
a. Manufacturer’s websites, such as BettyCrocker.com, BoxTops4Education.com
b. Genuine coupon company sites and their verified affiliates, such as SmartSource.com, Coupons.com
c. Store websites, such as MeijerMealbox.com, Target.com
d. Emails sent directly from the manufacturer. Never print from an email circulating the web.

(2) Genuine coupons always have an expiration date. (“No Expiration Date” coupons are very rare and a red flag.)

(3) Most coupons display authentication areas. Coupons without this area are not necessarily fraudulent, but should be validated by other criteria.

(4) Very high coupon value should elicit careful scrutiny.

(5) Most manufacturer coupons have a print limit of 2 per computer. Be careful with coupons that allow multiple or unlimited prints.

To Save Even More:

(1) Coupons do not need to be printed in color.

(2) To conserve paper, learn the right way to turn pages around to send the blank side back through your printer. That way, when you print single coupons, you can get one on each side of the page, on opposite ends.

(3) It’s okay to have other things on the back of your coupons. Repurpose the blank sides of papers from other sources. Never use pieces with personally identifiable or potentially sensitive information on them.

(4) If you own an inkjet printer, consider investing in a toner printer. Toner printers traditionally print faster and use much less ink.


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Josh Elledge is the Chief Executive “Angel” of SavingsAngel, Inc. – launched from his home in January 2007. A husband and father of three, he now appears each week on television, in eight newspapers, and a number of radio stations across the country teaching families how to cut their grocery bill in half using the Internet. Elledge created the technology found on SavingsAngel.com through the need to save his own family’s money. Successfully able to cut his own grocery bill from $600 a month to less than $300 a month, his message has reached hundreds of thousands of families. SavingsAngel.com is now growing rapidly throughout the country. You can watch a short video at SavingsAngel.com that will explain more information about how to cut your own grocery bill in half with the help of SavingsAngel.com!

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