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  1. #1
    Norkitchen@aol.com
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    I have lots of coupons that I am not using and looking for someone to take it
    of my hands. I just need the postage paid. I would cost about two dollars for
    the stamps. There is a lot of coupons.

    I look forward to speaking and hearing from you soon!
    Nora Fraser
    norkitchen@aol.com

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    Emily Yelton
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    hummm, coupon trading. LOL THAT is a whole ball o' wax! there are several
    ways to do it. I do many of them myself. Here are some ideas.

    - join a coupon train. I am on one and it is great, each week I mail out an
    envelope full of the coupons I don't use to someone and then from someone else
    on the same train I receive an envelope of coupons THEY can't use. I take what
    I want out of it, then can forward the coupons on the next week with the ones
    from the paper I don't use. Just remember to NOT include the expired coupons in
    the train.

    - I ship the expired coupons to a friend of mine in the Army in Germany. In the
    foreign commisaries / PX's they let them use the coupons up to 6 months AFTER
    the expiration date. Coupons being tossed in the trash around here is a huge
    no-no. I know there is a website somewhere that you can go to for someone to
    send your expired coupons to, but I don't have the URL. Anyone?

    - I get the sunday newspaper. Around here there are tons of coupons flyers in
    it and I clip every coupon from it. I forward on the ones I don't use, the
    others go in my binder.

    - I purchase Woman's day and Family Circle. Not only do I get great tips and
    ideas as well as articles and such, but they usually have a handful of coupons
    in them.

    - Let ALL family and friends know you are collecting coupons. They WILL save
    them for you. It's great.

    - I have purchased time from Ebay. I say time because it is illegal to sell
    coupons. What happens is this, people will clip the coupons and put them in an
    envelope and then offer the coupons up on Ebay for the price of the time it took
    them to clip them. I biggest coup was 1800 + coupons for 7.00. That bundle
    saved me 57.20 at the grocery store on a 98.99 bill.

    - there are websites too: http://www.valpak.com
    http://www.coolsavings.com
    http://www.couponclipper.com

    Just a few of the ideas you can use....

    Hugs and happy hunting...

    Emily Y.


    ----- Original Message -----
    From: zolan1@aol.com
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Saturday, June 21, 2003 11:11 AM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Coupon Trading


    Can someone tell me how to get started in coupon trading? Is this something
    that you do just amongst friends or are there sites for this? Any
    recommendations?

    Thanks,
    Debbie

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    eric and glenna
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    I was trying to start a coupon train myself so if you just email me off
    list I will give you the information. I have bought coupons from ebay as
    well but the problem I ran into there is people will send you 4-5 of the
    same coupon. I have used www.thecouponclippers.com and there you can pick
    out what you want but they get so much a coupon plus you pay for shipping.
    I know it is illegal to sell coupons so I wonder how these places get around
    it? HMMM? The most easiest I agree is getting them from relatives and
    friends.
    Glenna
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    hummm, coupon trading. LOL THAT is a whole ball o' wax! there are several
    ways to do it. I do many of them myself. Here are some ideas.

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    eric and glenna
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    I was trying to start a coupon train myself so if you just email me off
    list I will give you the information. I forgot my email addy it is
    ericglenna@charter.net
    Thanks so much,
    Glenna
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    tina30219
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    Default Budget101.com : Re: Coupon Trading


    Hi! my name is Tina I would like to be added to the coupon trading
    thing this is my email address.tdalasinski@tds.net Tina
    >
    > I was trying to start a coupon train myself so if you just email
    me off
    > list I will give you the information. I forgot my email addy it is
    > ericglenna@c...
    > Thanks so much,
    > Glenna
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    >
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