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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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I checked the Southern Savers Coupon Database and there are 1,854 coupons set to expire this Sunday 12/31.  If you’ve been hanging onto high value ones, now is the time to use them.  While that might make your head spin, I have some good news for you!

We always see tons of new printable coupons on the first of the month, and this time it also falls on a Sunday when there will be lots of inserts in the newspaper (look for the full list at 5 pm today)!

Be sure you are stocked on printer paper and come back for a list of all the new Coupons.com, SmartSource, CouponNetwork and RedPlum printables on January 1st. (Hint: Don’t forget to print any coupons you might want from those sites now before they disappear.)

I’m gearing up to make 2012 a huge year of savings and I hope you are too!

    • Allison

      Thanks for all you do! I keep track of my savings for 2011 i saved almost 1500 dollars :) The Salmen family appreciates you Jenny!

      • Pitipats

        how are you keeping track?? i need ideas

        • Justalaina

          Save the receipts and at the bottom most stores will tell you how much you saved.

    • Momsdword1

      By checking in and following your Q match ups and ads, I have been able to stay stocked up and also donate so much to friends and family.  It has been so nice to be able to give so abundantly.  Thank you for all you do.  I am looking forward to all the savings in 2012, too. 

    • Anonymous

      I was introduced to this site by a co-worker about 2 months ago and this site has aloud me to start a stock pile consisting of 2 racks full of assorted items.  Thanks for all the info you provide on your site.

      • Baba

        So happy this site has ALLOWED…you to save

    • Bh

      got oscar meyer bacon @ walmart with 1.00 coupon for 2.98/lb

    • lisa

      how can i find out which inserts expire i dont remember how to type into database please help or if anyone knows which inserts wont be anygood so i dont have to go through coupons thank you to anyone that will help me

      • Rloftin

        Type “exp 12/31” in the search box

        • lisa

          thanks so muchfor kindness

    • Kcroxburycoupon

      Thank you so very much for all that you do to help us all save money! This site is amazing. Our family is living on one income and thanks to your site my husband (a stay at home dad) has been able to help me out with couponing! We are so very thankful and blessed for all that you do Jenny!!

    • Jenn

      A lady I work with told me that BiLo will take coupons 2 months past their expiry date – has anyone else heard this?

      • Nonnie Mouse

        I was told that the expiration date on a coupon is a recommendation to the store for when to stop taking coupons. The stores have a limited period of time to submit redeemed coupons to the clearinghouse (basically a mail-in rebate for the store) to get their money plus a little overage. Stores apparently may choose to take coupons past their date, but get too close to the final redemption date and the risk not getting them sent in time to get their money.

        If a Q is within a week of the expiry date, ask before using. Some stores are flexible. Others are not.

    • Pitipats

      I really want to chart my spendin/savings starting Jan 1st but I need an easy way!!  Any ideas?? I only want something simple like How much Saved and How much spent just to keep track.

      • Justalaina

        You can put a collumn for Spent and compare to Save by using Excel.  You can ask the spreadsheet to give you a percentage of the savings and/or total up the savings.

      • Emily

        Have you downloaded Jenny’s spreadsheet? It looks complicated but it isn’t! All the formulas are already entered. All you have to do is add up your weekly totals from your receipts, then add up the total amount saved from the bottom of the receipts and the spreadsheet will automatically keep track of everything for you. I love it!