Coupon is the annual interest paid on the face value of a bound. It is expressed as a percentage. Target is a place to learn to coupon.
The coupon also said we had to buy two soft drinks to use it and we usually drink water and was also only valid off-season, which started in a month.
Here are some couponing mistakes you’re making at target as a beginner that you must avoid.
Buying Things You Don’t Need
Everyone buy something just because it’s a good deal. Of course, it means spending more money, not less. Avoid buying things that are going to sit in the house unused. Always skip things with no real value.
Letting Coupons change your healthy diet
Our problem with extreme couponing is the temptation to buy something just because you could save money on it. Future health care bills may cost you far more than any savings you get now. Throw away junk food coupons.
Cartwheel offers are now available inside your target app, and it’s one of the easiest ways to save. No clipping needed.
Not using more than one coupon per transaction
One coupon per purchase means you’re allowed to use one coupon per item being purchased. You can use multiples of the same coupon as long as each coupon has a matching item.
One coupon per transaction means you can only use one specific coupon per store transaction.
Not using target mobile coupons
Manufacturer coupons aren’t the only coupons you should be using at target inside the target app you’ll find mobile coupons. You can combine these with manufacturer coupons and with Cartwheel offers.
Using the coupon for a large size
You might buy a large tube of toothpaste or can of soup with the coupon, figuring you’ll save the same amount regardless of size. But, as explained in our coupon strategy post, you often get a much lower unit-cost using coupon for the smallest qualifying sizes.
Buying more expensive brands
It is easy to imagine you’re getting a good deal when you have a high-value coupon. After all, if you use that 50-cent coupon on a $2 box of crackers, you get a full 25% discount.
Buying the wrong size
You get to the register and the cashier says your coupon is no good for the small size juice, or it’s only good for certain varieties of soup. Then what will you do? Would you put the item back, or buy it anyway?