• COUPONS
    New coupons: General Mills cereal, Yoplait

    MORE ON THIS Pillsbury.com coupons Check out the new high value coupons from Pillsbury today including .75/1 select General Mills cereals and Yoplait Greek yogurt! Head to Pillsbury.com to print out the coupons below: .75/1 select General Mills cereals including Cocoa Puffs, Trix, Cookie Crisp Cocoa Puffs are on sale at both Harris Teeter and […]

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    Poor families in Depok to receive monthly coupons

    A visitor shops at a hypermarket in Depok, West Java, on Feb. 20, 2015. (JP/Ricky Yudhistira) Topics Depok voucher 1 Share this article       Follow Us    At least 36,400 low-income families in Depok, West Java, will receive coupons valued at Rp 110,000 (US$8.25) per month to buy […]

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    How many coupons in the Sunday paper?

    MORE ON THIS Coupon Previews website Smart Shopper Sunday newspaper coupon database Coupsfortroops.org website How many coupon inserts will we have in the Sunday paper on February 19, 2017? None. There will be NO coupons in the Sunday paper this week. It looks like this is a good week to organize the ones you already […]

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    To lower drug costs, a bill in California would prohibit coupons

    SARAH BENTHAM/APJay Hungerford, pharmacy intern, speaks with a customer at a Wal-Mart pharmacy in Bentonville, Ark. By ED SILVERMAN @Pharmalot FEBRUARY 3, 2017 I n a novel bid to slash drug costs, a California legislator has introduced a bill to prohibit the use of coupons when a lower-priced medicine is available. The legislation, which is […]

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    February coupon swaps

    There are a number of blog members who swap coupons here in the Triangle area. This is the place to post your swap dates and locations each week. See below for details on how to host a swap and what to do if you are planning to attend a swap. If there are any more […]

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    101 Valentine’s Day 2017 Coupons, Deals and Freebies

    JP WALLET / Shutterstock.com Whether you think Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love or a made up Hallmark holiday, if you’re in a relationship, chances are you’re in the market for a gift. The National Retail Federation found that U.S. consumers are expected to spend an average of $136.57 this Valentine’s Day on gifts […]

  • New February printable & digital coupons

    MORE ON THIS SmartShopper Printable Coupons The ibotta app is now available at Harris Teeter! Swagbucks.com SmartSource coupons Redplum coupons It’s the beginning of the month and most of the printable & digital coupon sites add TONS of new coupons today! In addition, they often reload some of the coupons from the previous month so […]

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    Using coupons easy way to stay on budget

    Coupon clipping Posted: Wednesday, February 8, 2017 12:00 am By Hildred Lewis | 0 comments Shopping with a limited or set budget is one of the hardest parts of changing old habits. Window shopping and walking through the supermarket, tossing items in the cart and splurging on anything that looks appealing, is easy and tempting. Is […]

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    NBTC disburses TV coupons

    The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) yesterday began distributing a new lot of 3.98 million digital TV subsidy coupons. This lot kicked off the second phase of subsidy coupon distribution, running through March 1. The NBTC already distributed 13.6 million coupons in the first phase and 8.78 million coupons have been redeemed. The 3.98 […]

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    Pharma’s copay coupons, a key marketing tool, face new limits in California

    A California State assemblymember introduced legislation to ban copay coupons when an inexpensive generic would suffice. ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint As pharma scrambles to defend its pricing practices around the country, a California legislator has set his sights on the industry’s copay coupons, which cut patients’ out-of-pocket costs in order to promote branded meds—particularly those facing cheap alternatives. […]

  • COUPONS
    Pharma’s copay coupons, a key marketing tool, face new limits in California

    A California State assemblymember introduced legislation to ban copay coupons when an inexpensive generic would suffice. ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint As pharma scrambles to defend its pricing practices around the country, a California legislator has set his sights on the industry’s copay coupons, which cut patients’ out-of-pocket costs in order to promote branded meds—particularly those facing cheap alternatives. […]