Find more in:
On this site you can’t see the add for the coupons becuase it has leave a comment and it blocks the site from looking at the ad.
Hey Jamie….I’m not sure what the problem is. I can tell it’s not the leave a comment that’s blocking it….the ad is just not loading all the way. It’s probably a problem with cell fire itself. I’ll contact Melissa and have her contact cellfire and see if we can get that fixed. Thank for alerting us to the problem!!
I do not know why but it is very hard for me to get coupons off of web sights. one sight leads to a sight and that leads to another. Looking for lets say Ragu. You type it in and a sight said it has it you get there and they do not have it.
Any help would be great.
The problem with printable coupons is they don’t last very long. They can be gone sometimes in less than a day if they are popular. Always look at the date the coupon was posted…if it’s been a long time the coupon probably won’t be there.
If I want more than one coupon from a website can I scan it and/or make multiple copies or do I need a separate printed copy? For example, I have the 2/$1 bic pen coupon but I need another one so all my kids can have pens for school. What would you suggest?
Hey Natalie….making scanned copies of a coupon you’ve printed out is not allowed…..if you’ll look on your coupon you’ll notice a serial number. Every coupon has it’s own serial number and no 2 coupons are the same. The coupons are tied to the IP address of the computer that printed them out so they can be traced back to the original person who printed them. If multiple copies of a coupon with the same serial number show up and the store doesn’t catch it and they are sent to the clearing house they will be scanned and the manufacturer will not reimburse the store. If too many show up the manufacturer can request that they be given the information on who printed them. Sorry for such a long answer but I thought I’d get the info out just in case someone else had the same question
when i started looking on here for things that i need i thought it was great that i could look through thousands of coupons, little did i know that i couldn’t print them if i didn’t like in the area of 73106 cause everyone of them said that, i thought this site would have helped me cause i have a very small budget but u guess not i was very disappointed in this site. its to bad cause i really loved this one.
Hi Lacey…I’m not sure what you man by “like in the area of 73106″. Did you mean live? Please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org I think I can help you
I’m new to the couponing thing. I dont know how or where to start. I tried looking for coupons but im new and i dont understand it. Is there any way we can get in contact and you can help me out or maybe possible we can meet and you can help teach me the process? In my house there are 5 of us living on a small budget.. well 2 more if you include the other two people. But not for much longer. I would like to make my first shopping experience with coupons very soon.. can you please help me out some how??
Do you live in the OKC area?
I’m new at this couponing and am very much wanting to learn. I think i’ve found a hobby but i’m not sure how to get the ball rolling and have been reading your blog and i was wondering if you have a few more pointers on how to do this. My husband and i have 4 kids and live in a very small town. The closest store to us is a harps that was just built in our home town.and we are looking for every possible way to save. My oldest son that is 12 is even very interested in doing this with me.
Hi Brittany, here’s the link to all of our coupon lessons: http://consumerqueen.com/coupons-2/getting-started This should help you get started….if you have any specific questions after you read them don’t hesitate to ask
Leave a Comment
Coupons powered by Coupons.com
Like us on Facebook
I’m A Part Of
Follow Us On Pinterest
Contact The Queen!
Copyright © Consumer Queen All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer|Disclosure Policy|Contact Me|CQ MediaSite Design by Mitra4Design