- I go to my Library to print off coupons that I dont have to download soft wear to the computer bc I cant do that there. There isnt that many websits that have it were you dont have to download something first. Can you help me find some coupon websits all i have to do i print to get the coupons. Thanks!
Answer by Teresa Tate
I printed some off of coupons.com yesterday and used them today. I didnt download anything and it worked just fine:)
- I am trying to start using more coupons in order to save money, more specifically on groceries or toiletries. I look in the paper all the time, but I dont know where else to get coupons from! I have also gone on many websites that are all about coupons but they have all seemed to be BS.
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What are some good coupon websites and other places to find coupons?
Answer by Jared Robinson
There are a ton of places to get coupons from. Here is a good coupon site that you should find helpful on educating you a little more on the various places to spot and find coupons.
As for online printable coupons, here are some of the better sites.
Another tip about the printable coupon sites. Try typing in different zip codes. You can find some really good coupons under some zip codes that you can not find on others. Some of the best zip codes I use are, 90210, 33313, and 33333
- I see these books for sale by schools as fundraisers. Im wondering how does the Entertainment company make its money.Do companies pay to get their coupon in the book? Does all the revenue come from the sale of the book? Or both?
Im planning on doing something similar for my organization, but I dont know if I should charge businesses a fee to offer coupons in my book.
Answer by Michael L
It works the same way newspaper advertising works. Both parties, the advertisers and the readers pay. The advertisers pay the lions share of newspaper production, the 25 or 50 cents you pay for your daily newspaper would not keep them in business very long. Your book should work the same way.
Businesses pay to have their business advertised in the book. The coupon is what is called a “loss leader”. The business will take a loss on the initial transaction (discount associated with the coupon) in hopes of generating new business (in hopes that the new customers will come back a 2nd and 3rd time).
The cost to the consumer is nominal and covers the a small portion of the production and delivery costs. The enticement of the sale is that for only $ 40 you can receive coupons worth $ 2000. (or something like that)
The big question you need to answer is what to charge the businesses that will advertise in your book. You need to know your coverage area, how many books youre planning on producing and selling, production and delivery costs, and how much profit you are looking to make for your organization.
You might want to find out what ad space costs in your local newspaper so you can give a comparison to prospective advertisers. Show them the value of a book that local consumers will keep for an entire year versus a newspaper ad that will run once a week for 4 weeks and be used for wrapping fish.