Saturday, November 6, 2010

Stocking Up on a Good Deal

By Diane O'Brian

It probably comes as no surprise to hear that stocking up when there is a good deal can save you a lot of money. The problem is, when there is a good deal, most of us don’t have more than 2-4 coupons to use on the deal.

Some of us are lucky enough to have friends and family to swap coupons with, but that isn’t always the case.

There are websites where you can purchase coupons in bulk. (Technically you aren’t allowed to buy/sell coupons but you can pay for the time spent clipping the coupons.) You can purchase coupons from these websites:

THE COUPON CARRYOUT
They charge a small handling fee for each coupon they clip to cover the labor costs involved to locate, sort and clip the coupons. There are shipping costs on everything under $15.00.

THE COUPON CLIPPERS

They charge a fee and shipping for each coupon requested. There is a minimum of $3.00 to place an order.

COUPONS BY DEDE

They charge a fee and shipping for each coupon requested.

EBAY
Individuals post coupons on ebay to bid on. The amount of coupons available varies from seller to seller. You will most likely have to pay shipping.

THE Q HUNTER
They charge a fee and shipping for each coupon requested. The minimum is $1.00 to place an order.

THE COUPON MASTER

They charge a fee and shipping for each coupon requested. The minimum is $3.00 to place an order.

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