NEW Giant Eagle Coupon Class

Giant Eagle Couponing - Limit 50
WHEN: Tuesday, September 16
TIME: 6 – 7:30  PM
LOCATION: Louisville Christian Church
1800 S. Chapel Louisville, OH 44641
Cost:  $6.27  ($5 fee donated to Louisville Church food pantry and $1.27 Event fee)
Please RSVP HERE in advance to ensure your spot is secured. Limited to 50 Particpants!

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**Coupon Binders and Couponizers will be available for Sale by cash or check only.**

 

Comments

  1. Sarah says

    I would love to host a class out my way in the Trumbull/Mahoning County way. Youngstown Public Library has meeting rooms or we could use my office in Niles. It would hold 8-10 people in the conference room.

    • Megan says

      Sarah, we could try to schedule something if there are some dates that look good to you (You can email Sara for more details). There’s a class in Damascus this Thursday evening too!

  2. Jennifer C. says

    Could you please clarify the difference between the beginning coupon class and the advanced class, as well as the “target audience” for each class? Thanks a million! :)

    Have you ever considered offering a “coupon work party” for people who have already attended your classes, but who need to invest some time on their coupon organizers…removing expired coupons, sharing helpful, practical ideas w/ other coupon lovers? :) It would be valuable to have a brief update about recent couponing changes, opportunities. etc. It could be a LOT of fun! Maybe we could bring some tasty snacks to share with other sisters and misters. What do you think? :)

    • Megan says

      Hi Jennifer–The beginning coupon class focuses mostly on grocery coupon savings and the basics of couponing–so mostly food items at regular grocery stores, with a little info about meal planning as well. The “advanced” class focuses on the drugstores, teaching the ins & outs of CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid, and how to make the most of their different savings programs (each is a little different!). You can score great deals on personal care products, cosmetics, household items, and even food at the drugstores when you know how they work! :)

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