NLP makes couponing in New Jersey a realistic part of your household's fiscal diet, and is geared towards those young professionals who have little time to spare and expect maximum results. With 30 minutes-1 hour of effort, grocery bills are slashed in half each time you go to the store!
This is a MAJOR money-saving tip, so take note:
These two coupons were issued in the booklets that came out two weeks ago that I first got around to cutting today. Sometimes you’ll see these coupons issued together: one coupon is off of 1 product, and one coupon is off of 2 products. It’s the exact same product. Fine, easy. Two products= more money saved, right?
So totally wrong, bro.
Take a look at the coupons closely: .70 off 1 box of cereal versus $1 off 2. $1 off 2 turns into .50 cents off on 1 box, less than the .70 cents off 1.
But on top of that, the .70 cents coupon does NOT restrict doubling! This turns into $1.40 off 1 box of cereal. Which, in cereal language, is a miracle.
Basically, scrap the $1 off 2 in favor for the .70 cents off 1. You’ll save a ton!