Question by Bth: How to become good couponer when coupon says “one coupon per purchase”? Like you see those extreme coupon shows and I don’t know how they do it if all coupons say “one item per coupon” or “one coupon per purchase”.
All of my coupons say that. How do they do it?
Answer by JKRB One coupon per purchase means one of that “particular coupon” per purchase. You can still use other coupons.
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!
A Dollar Tree store manager is facing charges after a confrontation with an extreme couponer turned violent in Tennessee earlier this week. The incident, which happened Wednesday at the Dollar Tree in Germantown, was caught on video. “It’s a little fuzzy,” Melissa Monzo-Marte said about her eye.” As you see I have broken blood vessels and a fat lip.” Melissa is an extreme couponer. She says she and her friend, Jennifer Hill, got more than they bargained for when they tried to cash in on some deals at the Dollar Tree in Germantown. “She was getting ready to buy 25 Advil and I think about 25 Olay bars,” Melissa said. The two women say the store manager refused to honor their coupons, despite a sign by the front door that says Dollar Tree honors manufacturer’s coupons. “We were told we were harassing her (the manager) using those coupons and she threatened to call the cops,” Jennifer said. The resistance came as a shock to Melissa and Jennifer who are no strangers to the coupon game. They have been recognized for donating hundreds of dollars worth of goods to charities, and they say they save their families thousands of dollars a year. They even have their own Facebook page called the Desoto County Coupon Club. So Jennifer says she knows her coupons should have been accepted. After asking why her coupons were rejected and getting no answer, she decided to hit the record button on her iPhone. On the recording you hear a woman tell Jennifer she can’t use the coupons, and tell …