How to cut out multiple inserts and Sorting Tips:
No one wants to cut coupons out one at a time!!! The best and most efficient way I have found to cut out multiple manufacturers coupons is as follows:
- Separate all copies of each same insert by page ( ie.. separate all the Redplum into piles and then Smart Source etc…) and stack them on top of each other (I sit on the floor spread eagle and separate my pages into like piles). Watch my Coupon Yoga video for more tips!
- Cut all the same page at one time, gripping your stack tightly. This makes it so you are cutting only once!!!
- Make sure they line up – sometimes you will get some from a different printing and you’ll need to adjust the alignment.
- Only cut out coupons for products that if they were free cheap or a family favorite – you would use - no matter the value of the coupon! You never know when a brand you don’t often use, but would, could be free!
Here is a Coupon Yoga Series video that pretty much sums up everything above.
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Deal Coupon Slang
Ever wonder what those abbreviations you see on the web mean? In case you are unaware of abbreviations which are used on this website I have listed a few so you too can be Internet Savvy:
TIA = Thanks In Advance
IMO = In My Opinion
HTH = Hope This Helps
PLMK = Please Let Me Know
YMMV = Your Mileage May Vary (It may be different at your store/for you)
LOL = Laughing Out Loud
ROFL = Rolling On The Floor Laughing
WYB = When You Buy
Mfr. Cpns = Manufacturer Coupons
P&G = Proctor & Gamble
SS or S = Smart Source Coupon Insert
RP = Red Plum Coupon Insert
HOT! = Super Walmart Deal