Coupon thrift

There’s a lot of it about round here – discount cards and stamps – I’ve seen someone on quite a reasonable income still doing this – collecting and pasting coupons – and why not?

http://americandigest.org/the-miracle-of-the-nickel-bratwurst/

My financial situation is such that I really should be doing this sort of thing and might need to develop the habit soon, 2020 does not look promising either for society or personally.

Are you a couponeer?

[H/T Chuckles]

2 comments for “Coupon thrift

  1. dearieme
    February 15, 2020 at 10:54

    Yep, we cashed an £8 voucher at Tesco recently. We don’t use all the ones we’re sent: you need to keep them on their toes and sending more.

    The rules are a pest: at Sainsbury’s your spend can include drinkies, but not at Tesco.

  2. Doonhamer
    February 16, 2020 at 00:25

    They should be confined to a separate check out in shops. Finding yourself behind a couponeer is a waste of a fair fraction of an hour while shopper shuffles in purse and calls are made for supervisor to establish which are valid.
    Maybe should get their coupon clipped.

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