Calculating Price for B1G1 1/2 off

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Calculating Price for B1G1 1/2 offWant a quick and easy way for calculating price of an individual item when they’re on sale for “buy one, get one half off” (B1G1* 1/2 off)?

* – don’t get bogged down with all the couponing lingo, refer to this handy dandy glossary!

Here you go. Lets say the sale price is $3.99

Just multiply the sale price by 1.5: [Read more…]

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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AFM: Frugal Fun Fact Friday 10/21/11

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AFM: Frugal Fun Fact Friday  10-21-11


Did you know…


…stores MAKE MONEY when you use a manufactures coupon.  If you read the fine print on a manufacture’s coupon, you’ll see that a store will not only be reimbursed the cost of the coupon, but will usually get an additional 8 cents per coupon for shipping and handling.  (The store pays for the “doubled” portion of a coupon, should they choose to double.)  So, go out and make your store some money, while you SAVE money in the process!  ;o)

P.S.  This only works when coupons are used ethically.
Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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