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Has anyone used thecouponmaster.com website? My DH says it is a scan but, I think it looks like a good deal?

Thanks!
post #2 of 6
I used him once.. he's based in Rhode Island. I ordered Sunday, coupons shipped Monday & arrived in Florida on Thursday.

I normally use The Coupon Clippers which is based in South Florida, but they were out of what I wanted at the time. Coupon Clippers has a two day turn around once shipped since we are in the same state. She doesn't ship on Thursdays, most other days if you order mid day it ships the next. Both are great in my experience.
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ok, both sites look like a real deal, but i have to ask....

what is the purpose of the sites? i clip tons of coupons per week...about 100-150, and i don't spend anything over 4.00...

do you need help clipping the coupons or do you feel that this is a better deal than you can find on your own?
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Well, I thought it would allow me to get duplicates of great deals. Like the $3.00/2 Herbal Essence I got in my paper last week, I ordered 4 more. Also, a lot of the ones listed didn't show up in my paper. Thank you for the advice!
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Originally Posted by lovingthem View Post

ok, both sites look like a real deal, but i have to ask....

what is the purpose of the sites? i clip tons of coupons per week...about 100-150, and i don't spend anything over 4.00...

do you need help clipping the coupons or do you feel that this is a better deal than you can find on your own?

I periodically buy coupons from coupon clippers or ebay. But I only do it when they are "free" coupons (I currently have about 30 boxes of free electrasol dishwasher tabs, about 10 bags of IAMS cat food, a zillion free soyjoy nurtition bars, about 20 bars of Bath Buddies soap, etc) OR if CVS or someone is running a special where you buy X and get Y ECBs back. Then if you add a coupon the thing basically comes up free. But you're right. I don't think it makes sense to spend money to have a $.40 off a box of rice coupon sent to me....just if it will make a BIG difference. HTH
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I buy to get multiples of coupons to stockpile items that are on sale for extremely cheap or free.

Example: I paid .10¢ a coupon for $1 off any Reynolds Aluminum Foil excluding 25 ft. - bought 20 of them. Walmart has boxes of Reynolds Foil Wrappers up by the registers - 20ct for $1.00, so free after coupon. 20 boxes for $2.00 is still a great deal after paying for the coupons.

This past week I bought 10 of the $2.00 of Gillette Quattro Razors that were on sale at CVS for $2.00... Free after coupon, and paid .20¢ per coupon. I got 10 razors for $2.00, which is far cheaper than I could ever buy refills for.

I didn't get a Kellogg's insert a couple of weeks ago in my local paper. I bought 5 Eggo Waffle coupons $1 off 2 for .10¢ each. Bought 10 boxes at Publix BOGO last week... $10.25 before coupons... $5.25 after coupons were deducted... add back the .50¢ that I paid for the coupon and they cost me $5.75... Bonus: the 10 boxes qualifiy for a $10 mail in rebate from Kellogg's.

When I first heard about coupon buying I thought it was nuts too, but I quickly changed my tune!
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