My name is Karissa. I started couponing this last year, and I am hooked. It is such a rush putting together great deals to save my family money that we can spend on having fun. I work part time as a nurse and my husband is a teacher. I decided to create this site (www.ConfessionsofaCouponaholic.com) to share my deals with others. I plan on posting deals, links, pictures, and more on everyday essentials, baby necessities, and occasional freebies! Please pass on the word. Watch out, because before you know it, you might be hooked too!
There is a Swagcode available on the Swidget (scroll down to the bottom of my blog to find). Go to the swidget, then click on the button that says "SwagCodes". Then click on "Check if there’s a Swag Code" and if there is one…it will pop up. Remember the actual code is one word, not the entire sentence. Go back to your Swagbucks account and type in your code. Today’s code scored me 6 swagbucks!
BOGO or B1G1: Buy One Get One Free Catalina: Paper coupons print with receipt Doubler: Albertsons double the value of manufacturer coupon up to $1.00 Exp: Expires IP: Internet Printable Coupon MIR: Mail-in-Rebate DND: Do Not Double One Coupon per Purchase: Refers to your ability to use one coupon per item One Coupon per Transaction: Limits you to only using one of this coupon per transaction OOP: Out of Pocket (expense) OYNO: On Your Next Order Peelie: Sticker coupons on packages P&G: Proctor and Gamble puts out monthly coupon inserts filled with coupons for a variety of Proctor and Gamble produced brands RP: Red Plum RR: Walgreen's Register Reward SCR: Rite-aid Single Check Rebate SS: Smart Source Tear Pad: A pad of manufacturer coupons found near product on shopping aisles WYB: When You Buy