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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

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Rachey Ray Coupons

on 9.25.2009 at 10:28am
9 Comments

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Rachel Ray had a show yesterday all about coupons.  I didn’t see it, but many of you did.  After the show she put up codes on her site for 20% off at various stores.  Some are online codes and some are printable coupons.

If you plan to use any of the online codes, remember to get the code and then check out ebates or Upromise to see if you can get cashback on top of the discount!

(thanks Gina!)

    • Autumn

      So, what do you guys think of Alice.com? I had never heard of it before. Whats your take?

    • Gail

      I was going to ask the same thing, Autumn. I checked it out, also for the first time, and, unless I really missed something, I do not see where I can save by using this site. It seems very convenient if you want to shop from home and have your groceries, etc. delivered to your front door for you, but I can get much better deals myself at the grocery store, CVS and WAGS by using my coupons. What do the rest of you guys think? Maybe I’m missing something.

    • Beth

      I checked out Rachel’s site and Alice.com. I agree that we can get much better deals with Jenny’s site. It seems like Rachel’s coupons are for people who never knew there were online discounts, whereas most of us already know about coupon codes, ebates, etc. Jenny, as usual you are two steps ahead!

      • Donna Worten

        I am new to all this coupon stuff. I am trying to learn about ebates, coupon codes and etc. Is there a place I can go to learn of that, or are you willing to give me some info. I just paid for a subscription to coupons.com @ 9.99 for one year, but I already am not satisfied with it and everywhere I go to get coupons I can use, they want to charge you.

        • Jenny

          Donna,

          You should never pay for coupons. Coupons.com should all be free, I would firmly ask for your money back from any site that made you pay. Smartsource and redplum coupons are also always free.

        • yes i use coupons.com everyday and have never paid a penny for it. You should defiantly try to get your money back! weird??

    • Doesn’t appear that the Scholastic Book code is working anymore.

    • Jen

      I didnt see any great deals.. Rachel is the only one saving right in her wallet every time someone clicks on her site she gets a big chunk of change.I didnt see any grocery coupons she was talking about on her show she said you can save 25% where at? Not at all impressed. Southern savers is my one stop for my saving needs! Sorry RR still love your show : (

    • Dawn

      I called a friend and told her about Alice.com because she has 4 kids and 2 have special needs.She doesn’t have time to shop or clip coupons. I also told her to comp the prices 1st just to be sure they were at least the same as the prices she is already paying if not less. This kind of service would be great for her. She could shop at night after the kids are in bed.