Last Day for Shoppers Triple & Double Coupon Promotion, Sunday March 21st, 2010

Today is the last day for the Shoppers Triple (up to $0.50) and Double ($0.51-$1.00) Coupon Promotion! If you haven’t had a chance to make it to the store and have time to sort out your coupons, check out this post with coupon match-ups and some deals I have found. You should also check out this post by the Redemption Unlimited Ladies who have also worked hard on compiling a great list of coupon match-ups for this promotion! My advice is to focus on your $0.50 coupons (that Triple) and $1 coupons (that double). The $0.75 coupons will automatically double even after this promotion ends today, so don’t worry about those for now.

I admit, I haven’t put as much time into organizing and sorting coupons this weekend as I would like. This weekend was a busy one: my husband and I celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary, and our family made a last-minute trip to DC on Saturday afternoon, and Sunday we’ve spent the morning and early afternoon at church and we’re heading over to my sister’s for a BBQ in a few hours.

I hope you all had a fun weekend as well, and even if you didn’t make it to Shoppers this weekend, you can *hopefully* look forward to a Triple Coupon Promotion (tripling manufacturer coupons up to $0.99 in face value) at Harris Teeter starting next Wednesday. Happy saving everyone!

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5 responses to “Last Day for Shoppers Triple & Double Coupon Promotion, Sunday March 21st, 2010

  1. tina

    Hello Laura, its Tina again..
    I enjoyed this shoppers trip I made out supper fab. My total was 48.19 after coupons and triples 15.39!! woohoo. I can’t wait for the next Triple.
    Thanks for all you do.

    Tina

    • frugalfriends

      Hi Tina!
      Glad to hear that you had a great Shoppers Triple/Double Coupons Trip! You saved a ton; great job!
      I also can’t wait for the next Triples. Should be at Harris Teeter next week. And at Shoppers today, my cashier told me that he thought there’d be another special coupon promo soon… but when I asked the manager at customer service on my way out, she said she had not heard that and had no idea. Keeps us on our toes on when the next one will be!
      Laura

  2. Shannon

    I did pretty well, too! Spent about $300 and managed to take off over $100 with coupons…final bill $195! Still a LOT, but I bought a ton of cleaning products and paper towels/toilet paper.

    I did want to let you know – I tried to use the coupon for a free roll of Small Steps paper towels and was told that they wouldn’t honor it. Didn’t really get a good reason, but since it was just free anyway, I just stuck it back in my pocket for another day.

    • frugalfriends

      Hi Shannon,
      Glad to hear that you made it to the Shoppers Triple/Double Coupon Promo! You did a great job! Isn’t it so much fun to see your long receipt print out with all the coupon deductions and the huge savings?

      In regards to the Marcal Small Steps free coupon: I had that issue a few months ago when I tried to redeem that coupon. I did end up reading the fine print and it states “FREE* or $1.00 Off” and “Cashier: Please fill in retail price paid. $_____ (*up to $1.00 value)”. Unfortunately the asterick by FREE means that the manufacturer coupon is for a free item up to $1.00 in value. The store will only be reimbursed for up to $1.00, so that is why they wouldn’t accept it for completely free or double it for this coupon promotion. I was kind of disappointed by that too, and was saving that coupon for when they happen to have a good sale (if they do). You can find all the different stores in your area that carry the Marcal Small Steps products here: http://www.marcalpaper.com/findstore.html

      Happy saving!
      Laura

  3. Shannon

    Very cool, Laura, thanks!! Also forgot to add – they wouldn’t take my Suave deodorant coupon, either. That one was definitely a bummer, but I’m sure I’ll find it on sale again somewhere else.

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