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NEW Giant Eagle Coupon Class

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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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Comments

  1. I would love to host a class, but the building we have has a limited parking situation

  2. 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.

    • 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!

  3. 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? :)

    • 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! :)

    • And a coupon work party with time to organize and have tasty snacks?? Sounds fabulous! :)

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