There is some new restrictive wording on the P&G coupons this week and it does not help those who like to stock up using coupons.
The coupons indicate "Limit of 2 identical coupons per household per day."
In the past, P&G limited coupons to 4 per day. As of this week, every coupon in the P&G insert I have in my hands has a limit of TWO identical coupons per household per day.
What do you think? Will it help keep stock on the shelves or just aggravate you as a couponer?
This Sunday, July 2, we will have 1 P&G coupon insert in the paper.
You can see a preview each week by Friday of many of the coupons we will get at HotCouponWorld.com. We won't receive all the same coupons, but we will get many of the same ones.
If you buy the paper at a store on Sunday (instead of getting a subscription delivered to your home), make sure you look inside the paper before you buy it so you can see that the coupons are in there. You will find that sometimes, the papers at the stores and in the paper boxes do not have coupons. Sometimes the newspaper runs out of coupon inserts and because the home delivery papers are the first to get the coupons, the papers that go to the stores do not always have all the coupons.
And if you are looking for somewhere to donate your expired manufacturer coupons, our US troops overseas can use them at many on-base commissaries after they have expired. Find out where to send them at www.coupsfortroops.org.
Happy shopping everyone!