On Friday afternoon, 61-year-old Mary Frances Alday was at a Walmart in Crawfordville, Florida. As she was checking out, she tried to use a coupon for $1 off. We're not sure what she was buying. Mary had printed the coupon off a website, and the assistant manager told her it's their policy not to take those coupons. So Mary reacted just about how you'd expect.
Go ahead, make fun of me for being on that show. I'll wait.
While you were poking fun, we just saved about 55% on our grocery bill. Here's our couponing strategy:
Buy the Sunday paper (The Flint Journal and the Detroit Free Press publish different inserts, so it pays to pick up both
This morning, Rod and Steph talked about the case of the counterfeit coupons in Phoenix, in which three people were arrested for running an underground coupon counterfeiting ring.
We had some fun this morning with the idea and created very own counterfeit coupons for Stephanie, cohost of the Cars 108 morning show and lover of Cheez-its and Timbits...
Being banned for life from discount giant Walmart is a pretty harsh punishment for someone who embraces the growing trend of “extreme couponing.”
But that’s what allegedly happened to self-described extreme couponer April Cuavas, who claims she was banned from every Walmart in the nation after a confrontation with the store manager of Walmart’s Boise, Idaho location over the store’s policy of matc