March 1, 2015 Leave a Comment
Don't Spend Money Unless You're Saving Money
Are you celebrating a birthday
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Saturday, March 7, 2015
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
March 1, 2015 5 Comments
What’s a Coupon Train?
A coupon train is an inexpensive way to trade and swap coupons. The conductor starts the train off with 40-50 coupons with an expiration date of at least 30 days and mails it to the first person on the list. The recipient takes as many coupons as they like and replaces them with an equal number. If you take 10 coupons, add 10 new coupons and mail them to the next person on the list. As the coupon train chugs along, please remove any expired coupons. All riders agree to mail the coupons out within 3 days of receipt.
Please comment on this post on Ms.Couponista.com with “I’m interested in joining the coupon train”. Once there are 10 people interested, I will email you for your address to get the train started. Your email and mailing address will be shared with the 9 other people within your rail car. ALL ABOARD!
Text DEALS to 727272
Code expires 3/2/15 at 11:59:59pm CT. Valid for a surprise deal on your Redbox rental.
When cashier had no luck freeing the coupon, the shopper said, “That’s okay, it’s in coupon heaven now.”
“Coupon heaven?”, the cashier said.
“Yes”, the shopper said, “That’s where coupons go when they die.”
“Only the redeemed ones!”, said the cashier.