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I'm Joannie! And a fish out of water at the beginning on couponing. Please if I could take some comments from experienced couponers that point me in the right direction for starters. Thank you Joannie.
If you having trouble printing coupons using explorer, try using firefox instead it doesn't have problems with the coupon printer software
I wasn't able to print my coupon, 🙁 then, after reading the troubleshooting area, figured out that my old printer was still set as my default printer, but you cannot correct that and change the print que to print in another printer, so I just did not get to print as the site said I had reached my quota. Too bad they just don't let us download the coupon…
So can u print multiple coupons for each coupons. I heard the coupons have to have a diff/ upc code for each one Anybody know ?please let me know! lol
Glad to help.
These coupons saved me a lot of money. I do not think that these coupons are a waste of ink. They are only a waste of ink if they say something like "25% off" and the total has only come to less then $10.00. But like they say, every pennies count!
Thank you so much "Mommy$aveBig!" In this economy right now, my family and I are just struggling to pay the rent. So theses coupons can save you a ton of money. I was grocery shopping yesterday, and I buy food once a month. Usually I spend about $500.00 a month, but when I printed these coupons, I saved over $45.00! I was so happy! Now, because I saved that much, we are not behind in paying our rent!!!
Is it ok if I print the coupons out in black and white? Will the store still take them?
" i printed the betty crocker coupons above and the super one store wouldn't accept them, I then went to Target and Cub and they took them no problem. I will not be shopping at Super One for the rudeness that I received from the clerk and the manager for accusing me of copying the coupons"
Report them to the company that own the coupons, then they will not have a choice but to accept it..
For printer problems, try another company first. I had good luck at Cheerios.com – they let me install a 'printer helper' and I've been printing coupons since. I don't buy enough food (I live alone) to get $100 off in coupons, but I do often save up to 40 or 50%.
Target will take a manufacture coupon and a Target coupon for the same item. They also have no problem with taking internet coupons, as long as it is for the right items.
Publix even takes 2 coupons for buy 1 get 1 offers. They are great. Stores can choose to accept or deny manufactures coupons. Most will if the want to keep you coming back.
They printed fine, but yeah… they don't allow doubling or tripling, so I wouldn't have printed them if I knew that first.