Are you on the hunt for coupons? Do you look anywhere and everywhere?
Last week I found some great coupons in unexpected places. I was at Harris Teeter and they had a big truck in front of the store and they were grilling steak for samples. The steak was very good and a nice sample size. I asked the gentleman if he had any coupons. What do you know, he handed me a pamphlet with a $4 and $5 off Harris Teeter steak purchase! Wow, coupons for steak, that never seems to happen! If you see people giving out samples, always ask for coupons.
I bought the Snyder’s of Hanover pretzel convient packs. I had coupons and they ended up being $1 a box. Inside the package was a coupon booklet (picture above). There are some great coupons in there: $1.00 off of JIF to Go, $1.00/2 Juicy Juice, $1.00/2 Snyder’s, (2) .50¢ Eggland’s Best eggs, .50¢ New York frozen product, $1.00/$5.00 Crayola purchase. I will wait to use the $1 coupons for the next Super Doubles, which should mean some inexpensive JIF and pretzels. So, always look inside packages and open the package inserts.
I have also found coupons on the product packaging. Probably the weirdest was a coupon on the back of a yogurt lid; yes the foil part. I just washed it and it was good to go! Look on the inside of cardboard package (cereal boxes, yogurt 4 packs, granola bars, etc.). I now have my husband trained to look for coupons on the box before he trashes it!
What is the most unusual or unexpected place you have found a coupon?