A ‘coupon matchup’ is matching the current available coupons to a store’s sales.  By combining both the sale and coupon, one can save a lot of money over the retail price of an item.

When a new ad is available, I will highlight the best deals from the ad and match any coupon savings available. This consolidation will save you tons of time and money looking through ads and hunting coupons.

How to read the store posting

Example 1:

Campbell’s soup $1, Use $.50 from 10/7/10 RP

*Final Cost $0

 Translation: If you have the Red Plum coupon insert from the 10/7/10 newspaper, you can redeem the coupon and get the can of soup for free if your store doubles.

Example 2:

Aunt Jemima Waffles $1.25, Use $1 printable

*Final Cost $.25

 Translation: Print the coupon using the given link, and redeem for a $.25 box of waffles.

See our guides on coupon terminology and where to find coupons for more information.