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A Collection of Images from Online Couponing In A Day For Dummies

The figures in this gallery are from Online Couponing In A Day For Dummies and illustrate different concepts related to coupons. The images appear in the order that they appear in the book.

1

Online coupon policy

Midwestern grocery store Marsh posts its coupon policy online.

2

Online price-matching policy

Target price-matching policy available online.

3

Customer loyalty card

CVS Pharmacy ExtraCare loyalty card.

4

Perks and rewards

Kroger Fuel Rewards.

5

An everyday low price (not a sale)

A regularly priced item highlighted in a Meijer ad as “Great Price.”

6

Loss leaders

Loss leaders in ads have a consistent look and purpose.

7

Manufacturer’s coupon

Coupons released by the manufacturer of the product say “manufacturer” and are accepted at many stores.

8

Store coupon

Coupons released by a store say “store” and are accepted at that store only.

9

Printable manufacturer coupon site

Coupons.com offers a savings club where members can get access to exclusive higher-value coupons, in addition to the typical free coupons they offer.

10

Digital coupons

Cellfire, a digital coupon site.

11

Mobile coupons

Shopkick rewards, a mobile app.

12

Cash-back coupons

When you use SavingStar coupons, the value of the coupon is deposited into your account, and when you reach the minimum amount, they pay you in the form of PayPal or gift cards.

13

Cash-register coupons

YourBucks Offers on Coupon Network. YourBucks coupons are triggered to print at the cash register when you purchase certain items.

14

A standard (manufacturer) coupon

Example of a legitimate manufacturer coupon. Make sure all the pieces are there. There are many fraudulent coupons available on the web.

15

A fraudulent coupon

This one’s fake. Seven dollars off two rolls of wrap is a deal that’s just too good to be true.

16

High-value fraudulent coupon

This one’s fake, too, and an even more “too good to be true” than the last one.

17

Veri-Fi Code

You can verify coupons from Bricks and Coupons.com online using the Veri-Fi Code.

18

How coupons work

When you check out, the cash register automatically associates coupons to the correct products.

19

Stacking

Depending on the store’s coupon policy, the cash register system may allow you to apply a variety of deals to any one product to maximize your savings.

20

Store-credit rewards

With popular rewards, such as Walgreens’ Register Rewards, store credit may come in the form of a gift card or coupon.

21

Free-product rewards

Other stores offer freebies as rewards, such as the free Coca-Cola products Target offered with specific purchases.

22

Limits on rewards

Some stores set limits on rewards, such as the one CVS Pharmacy shows here, on the number of rewards one person can earn.

23

Searching for rebates

Searching for a Procter & Gamble rebate form. Even if the rebate form isn’t available online, your search often pulls up places where people are talking about the rebate and will tell you how to get your hands on it.

24

Grocery Price Book

The goal of The Grocery Price Book is to track prices for products you often buy to discover sale trends.

25

Coupon holder

You may outgrow your tiny coupon holder quickly. Try upgrading to a binder.

26

Weekly meal plan template

Plan your meals using a template like this one and create a shopping list.

27

Meal-plan theme

Create a theme, such as Vegetarian or Crockpot Meal, for each day of the week, and then to plan meals based on the theme.

28

Detailed shopping list

Your list shouldn’t include just the items you plan to buy. Add notes about the items you list.

29

My couponing blog

My In Good Cents blog is a good place to start to build your couponing community online.

30

Cash-back program

Have a lot of friends? With the zuuzs cash-back system, you create a social shopping network, earning a percent of cash back on your purchases, your friend’s purchases, and your friend’s friend’s purchases.

31

Online rewards program

Search the Internet through Swagbucks to earn Swag Bucks, plus redeem grocery coupons, shop online, take polls, play games, and more.

   
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