Tag Archives: Super-Couponing

Couponers Weigh in on ‘Battle of the Brands’

Couponers Weigh in on ‘Battle of the Brands’ By Jill Cataldo CTW Features Last week, readers frustrated with the increasing number of low-value coupons shared their views. One said that if a coupon doesn’t make a large enough dent in the price of a national name-brand item, she doesn’t use Continue reading →

Readers Rant: Are Coupon Values Going Down?

Last week, I featured an email from a reader who felt there weren’t enough coupons for fresh meat and produce. He also had a comment on coupons’ values: Dear Jill, I’ve noticed that companies have reduced the dollar amounts on their coupons. If we have a need to reduce our Continue reading →

Couponer Asks, ‘Where’s the Beef?’

Dear Jill, I’m tired of finding mostly coupons and discounts in the papers for women’s beauty products, toys for kids and junk food. What gives? In this economy we need food coupons! Where are the meat and produce coupons? Just to buy some vegetables and fruit, let alone any fresh Continue reading →

Couponer’s Lament: ‘Extreme Couponing’ Ruined Everything

Dear Jill, I don’t know if there’s anything you can do but I have to vent. I have been a couponer for many years. It’s something my family needs to do to make ends meet. But ever since the TLC “Extreme Couponing” TV show came around, it seems a lot Continue reading →

Readers Ponder Taxing Coupon Conundrum

Last week, I featured an assortment of emails from readers who shared some of their coupon frustrations. There’s more where that came from! Claudia has a question on coupons and sales tax. Dear Jill,      I enjoy reading your “Super-Couponing Tips” every Sunday in my paper. I have a question about Continue reading →