Store Websites

Qpon Tip:
Sometimes you can contact the manufacturer by email, phone, or via their website and they will mail you Qpons!!
Wet n Wild
Breathe Right
Bush’s Beans
Met Rx
Turkey Hill
Ocean Spray
Birdseye Voila (select in drop down)
Fresh Express
Fiber Choice… Hines
Whiskas click “contact us” at bottom
John Frieda sign up for their Elite Club… — they periodically send coupons by mail and freebies to your email box to claim
Chicken of the Sea they will mail you a coupon on your Birthday
Kings Hawaiian
Florida’s Natural
Jose Ole
Mt Olive
Cape Cod
Farm Rich

These are just links to their websites. you will have to click the link, then click on contact us or email us etc.. and email them. 7-Up A-1 Sauce Act II Popcorn…/albers/product_line.aspx Albers Alpine Lace Cheese American Italian Pasta Company American Rice, Inc. American Roland Food Corporation Apple Jacks Argo Cornstarch Arm & Hammer Athens Pastries & Frozen Foods Azteca Foods Baker’s Chocolate Ball Park Franks Barnum’s Animal Crackers Baskin Robbins Bays English Muffins Beech-Nut Ben and Jerry’s Bernstein’s Italian Dressing Bertolli Best Foods Betty Crocker Bigelow Tea Bird’s Eye Birkett Mills, The Bisquick Blue Bunny Ice Cream Bob Evans Boboli Bob’s Red Mill Breyer’s Ice Cream Bridgford Foods Brooks Chili Bruce Foods Brummel & Brown Bumble Bee Seafoods Buitoni Burleson’s Honey Butter Buds Butterball Cadbury’s Calavo Avocados and Papayas California Sun Dry Campbell’s Carl Buddig Carnation Carolina Turkey Casa Fiesta Castleberry/Snow’s Brands Challenge Butter Charleston Seafood Cheerios Cheez Whiz Cheez-It Chex Party Mix Chicken of the Sea Chips Ahoy! Chiquita Clabber Girl Baking Powder Coca-Cola College Inn Broth Comstock/Wilderness Contadina Cool Whip Country Bob’s Country Crock Country Time Cream of Wheat Cremora Crystal Light Dannon Yogurt Dean Foods Del Monte Foods Digiorno Pizza Dole 5 A Day Dole Food Company, Inc. Domino Sugar Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream Duncan Hines Durkee Spices Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk Earthbound Farm Earthgrains Edy’s Ice Cream Egg Beaters Eskimo Pie Empire Kosher Equal Sweetener Famous Amos Cookies Farmer John Fisher Nuts Fleishmann’s Yeast Folgers Coffee Folgers Latte Foster Farms Franco American Frank’s Red Hot Cayenne Pepper Sauce French’s Fresh Express Fresh from the Boat Frito Lay Gardenburger Gatorade General Mills George Jones Sausage Gerber Baby Food Ghirardelli Chocolate Gilroy Foods Godiva Chocolatier, Inc. Gold Kist Farms Good Seasons Gorton’s Fish Goya Foods Grandma’s MolassesGravy Master Green Giant Guiltless Gourmet Haagen-Dazs Hawaii’s Own Tropical Blends Healthy Choice Healthy Request Heinz Hellmann’s Hickory Farms Hidden Valley Ranch Hodgson Mill Holland House Cooking Wine Holsum Honey Baked Ham Company Honey Maid Honeysuckle White Turkey Hormel Foods Jell-O Belly Jet Puffed Marshmallows Jif Peanut Butter Jiffy Mix Jimmy Dean Jolly Time PopCorn Kelloggs Rice Krispies Kikkoman King Arthur Flour Knox Gelatine Kool-Aid Kozy Shack Puddings and Desserts Kraft Interactive Kitchen Lawry’s Lee Kum Kee Oyster Sauce Libby’s Pumpkin Life Cereal Lindt of Switzerland Lipton Recipe Secrets Database Lipton Tea Louis Kemp Seafood Lucky Leaf Pie Fillings M&M’s Mahatma Rice Mallomars Malt-O-Meal Manischewitz…/PrimeNaturally/story.aspx Maple Leaf Prime Chicken Marie Callenders Cornbread Mariners Cove Soup Mars, Inc. Marshmallow Fluff Martha White Maxwell House Mazola Oil McCormick McKenzie’s Millstone Coffee Milnot Evaporated Milk Minute Maid Minute Rice Minute Tapioca Miracle Whip Molinos de Puerto Rico Morton Salt Mott’s Mrs. Dash Mt. Olive Pickle Company Nalley Nestea Nestle; Norbest Turkey Mrs. Smith’s Nabisco Nabisco World Nalley Natra Taste Necco (NewEngland Confectionary Company) Nestle Toll House Newman’s Own Newtons Nilla Wafers Nissin Ramen Nonesuch Mincemeat Norbest, Inc. Nutella Nutrasweet Nutter Butter Ocean Spray Cranberries Steaks and Seafood Oreo Ortega Mexican Foods Oscar Mayer Pace Foods Pasta Roni Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Pepsi-Cola Peter’s Chocolate Philadelphia Cream Cheese Pillsbury Pillsbury Bakeoff PlantersPeanuts Polly-O Cheeses Popsicle Post Cereals Premium Saltine Crackers Presto Flour Pringles Progresso Soup Quaker Oats Ragu Ready Crust(Keebler) Ready Pac Produce ReaLemon Reddi-Whip Red Star Yeast Redi-Base Reynolds Wrap Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Frozen Dough Rice-A-Roni Rice Krispies Riceland Foods RiceSelect Rich’s Ritz Ritz Bits Robin Hood Flour Roland Ronzoni Macaroni Company Rosetto Pasta Rudy’s Tortillas Saffola SAF Perfect Rise Yeast Sargento Foods Scharffen Berger Chocolate Maker Seneca Foods Smucker’s SnackWell’s Solo Foods 7-Up Spam Splenda Sue Bee Honey Sunkist Growers Sun-Maid Tabasco Teddy Grahams Toblerone Tollhouse Triscuit Uncle Ben’s Rice Wheat Thins White Lily Flour Wilton Industries Wrigley Yoplait Yogurt Zatarain’s

Organizing your Labels

Below is a handy list to help you get organized.
You can click on the “pdf” link to print these 🙂
Binder/Envelope List for Coupon Labeling

  • Air Fresheners & Candles
  • Baby
  • Bags
  • Baking
  • Batteries
  • Beverages
  • Bread
  • Candy & Gum
  • Canned Foods
  • Cereal
  • Cleaners
  • Condiments
  • Crackers
  • Dairy
  • Frozen
  • Health Food
  • Hygiene
  • Jelly & Peanut Butter
  • Makeup
  • Meat
  • Medicine
  • Mexican
  • Office Supplies
  • Paper Products
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Salad Dressing
  • Seasonings
  • Sauce
  • Snacks
  • Toys
  • VitaminsPossible Stores
  • CVS
  • Kroger
  • K-Mart
  • Target
  • Walgreens
  • Wal-Mart
  • Dollar General
  • Food Lion
  • Activities / Entertainment
  • Restaurants
  • Rite-Aid*** 

I use the envelope system…
I have one for beauty, food, dental, cleaning, hair, misc, and good…
Then inside the larger envelopes I have smaller categories…
Such as dental has dental & deodorant & shaving envies in it…
Cleaning has laundry, cleaning, paper, air fresheners envies in it..
The “good” envie always has the Q’s I plan to use that day, Hot Q’s, high value Q’s, or products that my family is always looking for a deal on….
When at the store… I grab the envie for the isle I am in then simply sort through the Q’s till I find what I am looking for.  Put that envie back in my larger coupon purse and grad the next one… no flipping pages, no cutting to fit the binder, and very organized.  But you need to figure out what works best for you!
Hope this helps!!


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Qpon Math App — FREE!

Qpon Math is now available FREE in the Apple Store!!
From the extreme Qponer to the conservative shopper this is a must have app to help you calculate your price per item when using qpons.
Input the Q’s information and input the sale information and the app will calculate for you…
1. how many Q’s you need to use,
2. how many items you need to buy,
3. what your total cost is before Q’s,
4. what your total Qpon discount is,
5. and most importantly how much you will be paying per item!!
Get it NOW, it’s FREE!!
Only available on apple devices.. android coming soon.

Qpon Ethics: 2 identical per shopping trip

Qpon Ethics: Don’t forget to watch out for the Qpon’s limits…
This treseme Q states that only “2 identical” qpons allowed in same shopping trip. Some stores will allow you to make multiple transactions and each transaction is considered one shopping trip. Or if you leave that store and go to another store.. that is one shopping trip.. some stores will even say if you take it out to your car, come back in, that is another shopping trip.
What I do is ask, “Can I do multiple transactions at this location..” then if the manager says, “yes”… then I get back in line after each transaction not making other customers wait behind me during multiple transactions. If the manger says, “no”… then I go to a different store…

If your Q states “Per Day” or “Per household” then that is a different story altogether.. it would be against the coupons restrictions to go to multiple stores and/or complete multiple transactions unless shopping for multiple households.

Qpon Limits

How to BOGO…

Did you know not all states are true BOGO states?
Tennessee is not true bogo… is yours?
Know what your state’s bogo is!!!

Example… if product price is $2.00
True bogo State:
Buy one for $2 get the other free …
So…when you present your bogo Q you get both for free!
Tennessee is not a true bogo state…
So…when we have a coupon that is Bogo and a sale that is Bogo it is not free to us…
Tennessee looks like this…
Buy one for $1
and get the second one for a $1.00…
then when you use the Bogo Q..
buy one for $1 and get second one free.
Tennesseans are still paying $1 for both ($0.50 each).

bogo chart

Be in the KNOW…

Be in the KNOW….
Know your store policies! It is vital!!
Know the stores limits and your coupons limits before you get to the register…
Know what will stack.
Know what order to give the cashier your Q’s and discounts.
Know when the sale starts, when it ends.
Know what your price match is and have it ready.

Here is a link for store policies… you can print them easily from here..
if yours is not on the list let me know and I will add it.. 🙂

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