1 SmartSource & 1 Redplum are expected tomorrow.
Tips For buying papers Below…
A few tips for buying newspapers if you are new to couponing:
*Look thru the papers or ask the cashier which papers have the inserts before buying – it’s not always the “bigger” paper that has more coupons. You would think the the Pittsburgh Post Gazette that costs $1.50 would have more than the Washington Observer that costs $1, but it doesn’t!
*Decide how many papers you want based on the coupons that are available. I have been getting between 4 and 8 papers recently depending on the coupons.
*Timesaver* – Once looking over the coupons make up your mind on how many you want (I’m writing this down so I will listen to my own advice – I usually look over the coupons many times – and on Sunday I have to look one more time to decide how many papers I want…..then I get mad at myself for wasting time!-lol)
*Double check the papers to make sure nobody swiped the inserts out and left the papers – Thanks Isabelle!
*Having trouble finding the Redplum insert?? Go HERE to find out what papers (if any) in your area has it! (this isn’t working of me now – I emailed them and they said they are working on it, but that was a week ago….)
*Can’t find the Observer Reporter? Go Here to Find out where they are located! (Thanks, Shannon S.!)
*Remember that if you buy your papers at Rite Aid that your 10% or 20% discount applies! This adds up when your buying multiple papers!
For Locals to Pittsburgh Area:
Observer Reporter will have the Redplum P&G, and the Smartsource when they are available, but the SmartSource doesn’t have as many coupons as the PPG does($1)
Pittsburgh Post Gazette will only have the Smartsource and PG when available (not the Redplum) but it will have many coupons. ($1.50)The PPG used to not receive the PG insert but now they are! (Thanks, Lisa!)
Tribune Review seems to have just the Smartsource as well (not the Redplum or PG) and it’s a big one just the the PPG.