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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

Going Nuts? I can help you understand coupon terms and abbreviations

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I’m excited to bring you guys some awesome prices on top magazines with coupons this week!  My go-to website for great deals on magazine subscriptions, Tanga.com, has offered to give you give you guys three great deals.  I got to pick what three magazines, so I went for the three magazines that have had the most coupons in them recently. You’ve got all week to snag these deals, whether you want them for yourself or to give as Christmas presents that’s your big decision.

Family Circle Magazine – 1 year for $3.50 with code (makes it 23¢ an issue)  Use the code SOUTHERNSAVERS at checkout.

Get easy and quick recipes you can use when you’re crunched for time, do-it-yourself projects, ways to stay slim, family advice, organization and money saving tips and even more!

Weight Watchers – 1 year for $3.99 with code (makes it 66¢ an issue)  Use the code SOUTHERNSAVERS1 at checkout.

This isn’t just for dieters it’s awesome for coupons!  The November issue recently had $38 in coupons for all sorts of products (not even all food items).

Redbook Magazine – 1 year for $5.50 with code (makes it 45¢ an issue)  Use the code SOUTHERNSAVERS2 at checkout.

Read about fashion, health & beauty, career topics, marriage and more!

Not only does Tanga have 3 great magazine subscriptions for you, but they’re giving a Roku 2 XS to (1) Southern Savers reader.  Roku connects to most televisions and streams 300+ channels of movies, TV shows, music and more.  You can also watch free movies on demand, plays HD video, has an ethernet port for  wired connections, USB port for music, videos and photos.  Roku even has WiFi capabilities which allow you to connect to your wireless network and watch online videos from sites like Hulu.

We have had one of these (an older model) for over a year now.  We don’t have cable, but really with this little guy attached to your TV you’ll never miss it!  There are Roku Food Network stations, sports, weather and more.  I’d say what you really won’t miss is that monthly cable bill.  Once you buy your Roku there are no more monthly expenses (except for Netflix etc. that you choose to get).

To Enter:

You have 2 chances to win (feel free to do both):

1) Leave a comment below telling me which magazine above you want to get (or already get).

2) Like Tanga and Southern Savers on facebook and leave a comment that you did.