Category - Tips & Tricks

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Price Matching at Wal-Mart: What Gives?
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Coupon Lesson: Why is it NOT Beneficial to buy/sell/trade Coupons Online?
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Price Matching: To do or Not to Do?
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Free Toothbrushes or Fraudulent Couponing?
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Are you part of the NCP Team?
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A Guide for your Toilet Paper Needs
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Categorizing Coupons-How I find my Coupons at the Store
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How to Change your Zip code on Coupons.com
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An new twist on an old Adventure
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The World’s Toughest Job–Surprisingly, 24 people Applied

Price Matching at Wal-Mart: What Gives?

Everyone has at least heard of the fancy trick known as price matching at Wal-Mart, but there are some people who are too nervous to do it, so they just don’t. There are also some people who try to take advantage of the system and…

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Coupon Lesson: Why is it NOT Beneficial to buy/sell/trade Coupons Online?

A few years ago if some one was talking about a coupon, it was probably a “grandma” who was saving an extra dollar on food for her cat. (Sorry to be so stereotypical!) Now though, if there is mention of coupons, the words could be…

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Price Matching: To do or Not to Do?

There’s been a lot of heated discussion about the latest “steal of a deal” going on in the world of price matching. Dollar General currently has a deal for $9.50 for a package of Pampers diapers, any size, any count.  The image included with this…

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Free Toothbrushes or Fraudulent Couponing?

Many people have been speaking about all of their “free” toothbrushes they’ve been getting lately because of the awesome high-value $2/1 Reach toothbrush multipack, but some of those purchases, while free, were also FRAUD. The number one definition for the term fraud in the dictionary…

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A Guide for your Toilet Paper Needs

I get asked a LOT about toilet paper at my classes, more times than I can count. Trying to explain how to calculate toilet paper though; it’s a daunting task. I’m not saying I understand the process, I totally get it. I know how to…

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Categorizing Coupons-How I find my Coupons at the Store

One of the most popular questions I get asked at my classes is… How do I categorize my coupons? Honestly, I put them into different categories based on what is easiest for me to find. When I first started couponing, I didn’t want to have…

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How to Change your Zip code on Coupons.com

I have had some new followers since I made this post and I think this is just very beneficial information. You don’t necessarily have to sign up for coupons.com in order to get better deals, but there is a positive about creating an account. By…

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An new twist on an old Adventure

Our household consists of four children: a 10-year-old boy, two 6 1/2-year-old girls and a 19 month old little boy. I almost assumed that our 10-year-old had decided he was too old for the hunts, but all of my kids are pretty smart, they never…

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The World’s Toughest Job–Surprisingly, 24 people Applied

A company decided to post an ad for a job with the title  “Director of Operations”.

Although it turned out to be a prank, no one knew until the end.

There was a pretty intense list of requirements for the position:

• Standing up almost all the time
• Constantly exerting yourself
• Working from 135 to unlimited hours per week
• Degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts necessary
• No vacations
• The work load goes up on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and other holidays
• No time to sleep
• Salary = $0

Although the ad received attention from 2.7 million, only 24 people inquired. They interviewed via webcam, and their real-time reactions were captured on video.

Make sure to watch the video until the end. It will definitely hit home.

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