This a recycled video, I though it would be good to re-post this for all the newbies here at TFF. Please excuse my exhaustion in this video!
Have you tried The Frugal Find Coupon Database? In the video above I explain how it works and how/why I use it. Thankfully it’s fairly simple and has saved me TONS of time. First of all there are 2 ways to access the Coupon Database.
- One way is by clicking on the text link above The Frugal Find header image titled “Coupon Database”.
- The other is by clicking the logo (pictured above) now permanently located in the right sidebar.
There are a couple of reasons why you’d need to use the database at any given time.
By using the method of organizing that I just showed you in the video, your coupon inserts will be dated and easy to find. It’s literally as simple as it looks. I don’t know which coupons are in which inserts and I don’t care to. I don’t need to. I simply type in a key word in the Coupon Database and it tells me exactly where to find a coupon.
In this example I searched for OLAY and I found the following coupon…
$3/1 Olay Regenerist or Pro-X Moisturizer, exp. 1-31 (RP 12/12/10)
Now this tells me that there is a $3/1 coupon in the RP (Red Plum) insert on the week of 12/12. It also tells me that it is going to expire on 1/31. It’s as simple as that, now I go to my Coupon Insert filebox, flip to De. 12th’s inserts, grab, clip, and shop! Also if there happens to be a printable coupon for that item, you’ll be able to click and print!