Given what this site shares, of course I have to mention using retail store coupons as one of the ways to save on Christmas. Before I make any purchase, in-store or online, I always look for a coupon so I can save even more. We share new coupons throughout the week and also do a printable retail coupon roundup each Thursday, which has many printable coupons you can use in-store. We also do a dining printable coupon roundup as well.
For online shopping we also have you covered. Check our online coupon codes page before you make any purchase online. Sometimes our coupon code page will have exclusive coupon codes that no other sites will have listed. I always double check the page before I click “purchase” button.
For local coupons, I absolutely LOVE the Entertainment Book. They ALSO have fabulous coupons for stores that are national franchises. Even as much as I love shopping online, sometimes you just have to go in-store to purchase items. Our son grew 2 shoe sizes this year alone – we needed to measure his feet a lot and make sure certain shoes were comfortable for him. So using our Enterainment Book coupon, along with checking the weekly retail coupon roundup, I am able to save even more!
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