Companies LOVE to hear from their consumers and are more than happy to send a coupon. You don’t even need to actually come right out and ask for a coupon (although you could). Just send them a simple comment, compliment, critisism – be honest. In most cases, they will send you a coupon(s).

So, here’s the deal! Each week, we will be emailing 3 Companies in hopes of receiving a coupon for inevitable Kroger sales! (If you don’t shop at Kroger, you can still play. :)) I will give you the 3 Companies and a link to the contact or email page for said company. Then it’s up to you to email them your honest comments.

Planning Ahead Project Week #3:

Arnold Bread – frequent sale price, 1.59

Post Cerealfrequent sale price, $1.98

Aquafina Bottled Waterfrequent sale price, $3.99

I have several products/companies in mind for future weeks, but if you know of an item that we don’t see a lot of coupons for, PLEASE email me at couponkatarina @ gmail .com (remove spaces) and we’ll get it added to the next week’s list!

Coupons Received from Requests so far:
(2) $0.50/1 Kangaroo Products (doubled coupon makes Pitas FREE when on sale!)
(1) $1.00/1 Armour Product (makes the Lunchmakers FREE when on sale!)

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Katarina

October 16, 2010

YAY!!

TNK

October 15, 2010

Ok, good news. I did get something from Armour. 2 coupons for free lunchmaker products. Cool :)

Katarina

October 14, 2010

Well, everyone should have received the Kangaroo coupons since that was an actual coupon request link. As for the Armour...I don't really remember what I said. Something about my daughter enjoying the Lunchmakers because they offer ham and the other guys don't. Be patient...that one just came in the mail today, so you may still receive a coupon too. I try to make each email personal so it doesn't seem like a form letter, you know?

Delana

October 14, 2010

I got the same response.

TNK

October 14, 2010

What exactly are you putting in your emails? I sent a nice email and got responses from all three companies last time that they don't give out coupons, check their websites, or watch for ads in the paper.