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    We know that couponing can be overwhelming and very confusing. We want to create the most helpful resource for couponing beginners. If you haven’t already, signed up to the club here. We’re here to help. Really.

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    1. 1

      Will this work if i am located in the Philippines? I mean can i still get free samples?

    2. 2

      Ok,

      I started couponing a couple week ago. I went out for my first experience last week. Original bill $387 and after coupons $130….Pretty good for a 1st time! After doing this I now have some questions. The coupons almost all say limit 2 coupons per receipt each day. I followed the rule but wondered, if I have 10 coupons for $2.00 off a crest toothpaste can I buy 10 toothpastes in one transaction? Second at the end of the purchase a message came up and said maximum amount of. Coupons exceeded in transaction. This was at Wal-Mart, the CSM just came over and over road the transaction. I later read that the coupon policy states 40 coupons per transaction, has anyone else ever ran into this?

      Thank you!
      Aimee

      • 2.1

        Hi Aimee. Sounds like you got a great deal! Each store has it’s own coupon policy and all coupons have fine print that tells you what their limits are. It is important to follow the policies and rules of couponing. Not doing so can get you in trouble for coupon fraud. Hope that helps. 🙂

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