How Couponing Can Save You Money

How Couponing Can Save You Money

Saving a few pennies here and there on your everyday shopping can really pay off in the long run, and one of the best ways to save is with coupons and vouchers. Supermarket coupons are becoming more and more valuable, with some great deals to take advantage of. But what are the best ways of getting hold of coupons and vouchers?


Coupons from shops


Most of the major supermarkets, like Tesco or Morrisons, have free in-store magazines with coupons in them. If they’re free – and no-one’s looking, grab more than one. If you find any particular coupons that are useful, you can use them continuously every week until you run out.


Loyalty schemes like Tesco Clubcard and Nectar are also helpful. Coupons are sent straight to your door and are specifically tailored for you and your shopping habits.


Online coupons


Remember to always check online – start saving before you’ve even left the house. Supermarkets and companies can let you print coupons off, or give you codes for discounts on online shopping. There are also plenty of websites where people are sharing coupons, deals, and general advice on how to save those pennies, such as Couponshop and mySupermarket.


Cashback apps like Shopitize can also be useful. They offer special offers for grocery items – however, you must pay fully for the item first and take a photo of the receipt before you get any money back.


Brand coupons


Keep your eyes peeled for coupons attached to product adverts and the products themselves – these can be extremely useful for saving money and can normally be used in most shops. Also, don’t be afraid to contact brands directly – a nice compliment or two could reap rewards, as brands are often happy to receive positive feedback. Brands also can release deals and coupons via social media like Twitter and Facebook, so it’s good to keep an eye on these.


Important tips


Make sure you keep an eye on pesky terms and conditions – if there’s a limit to the amount of coupons you can use, you may not save as much money as you thought you would. Also make sure to only buy what you need – just because you’re saving money on something, that doesn’t mean you actually need it.

 

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Representative Example:

£200 loan repayable over 20 weeks at £15.00 per week, Rate of interest 50% fixed; Representative 756.5% APR, Total Amount Payable is £300.