Monday, August 30, 2010

Out with the old and in with the new

It's a new month!! (Almost)
Time to get rid of the old and bring in the new.
Take a little time to go through your old coupons and get out the expired ones and then
head over to your online resources to restock
Don't forget - send expired coupons to families overseas
Go HERE to find the addresses to military bases

Don't forget your resources for coupons

Couldn't find one from the newspaper?
Order them from one of these sites

The Coupon Clippers
Coupons Unlimited (This is a local clipper)

And don't forget to load up your Kroger Card
P&G eSaver
Kroger Digital Coupons


  1. I'd like to send some expired coupons to a military base. There are so many to choose from. Which one do you send to? Should I just pick one randomly?

  2. I grew up with my dad in the Army and he was in Germany for several tours so I always send them to a Military base there. I send a little note asking them to please respond if the coupons are not needed so I can send them to another base, I am assuming no news is good news because I have never had a response :) You can just randomly pick, she keeps the list pretty well updated so I think any address is a place in need.

  3. I am curious, this is the first time I have heard of sending the expired coupons over seas...what is the reason? I will send them, just wondering why. Thanks!

  4. Military families overseas can use coupons up to 6 months after they expire. The commisaries accept manufacturer's coupons(not printables) however, there is no "Sunday paper" for the families to get them from. Thanks for the question. I will repost my original post about it from a few months ago.