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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • 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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This is either a great way to learn a few new things or a way to knock out a few presents all at one time.  Right now you can get a $20 Mail in Rebate when you purchase $50 in any  “_______ for Dummies” books.

The purchases must be from the same store (though they can be on different receipts) and purchased between September 1st thru 30th.  Postmark by October 14th.

This is good online or in stores.  Amazon has created an entire “Dummies Store” that might at least be a place to start to see what types of books you want.  I confess I never knew there were so many!

    • Anonymous

      the best ever I just got a $829.99 iPad2 for only $103.37 and my mom got a $1499.99 HDTV for only $251.92, they are both coming with USPS tomorrow. I would be an idiot to ever pay full retail prices at places like Walmart or Bestbuy. I sold a 37″ HDTV to my boss for $600 that I only paid $78.24 for. I use http://l-k.be/9l

    • Megan

      This might be good to combine with Borders store closing sales! 

    • Guest

      Be careful and read the fine print. You must mail the rebate to Canada and it in turn is returned to you in Canadian funds.

      There is a currancy exchange fee for this in the US.

      • Anonymous

        If you read the rest of the fine print, it also says that checks mailed to US addresses will be in US currency (Canadian addresses will be in Canadian currency.)

    • Anonymous

      I was once told that you can buy it on sale but circle the original non-sale price when a rebate says to submit what the purchase is “worth.” Is this correct? Do you think if you buy a book for $11.45 but it is “worth” $19.99 that they would accept the higher price? I’m interested in buying some books but I’m not going to buy it if I don’t really want it.

      Thanks Jenny for the info! :D