(20) $.50/1 Maruchan Bowl or Yakisoba Coupons Giveaway :: CLOSED

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UPDATE: The giveaway is CLOSED
The Winner Is: Heather
 

We have a HOT coupon giveaway for (20) $.50/1 Maruchan Bowl or Yakisoba Coupons exp 5/31/13 SS 2-10 – this coupon giveaway is sponsored by Klip2Save.com.  We love that they offer no minimums and no maximums with no fees and flat rate shipping!  Often their coupons are available as early as the Wednesday before the paper is delivered and they offer FAST shipping!  This coupon normally matches for FREE or CHEAP noodles if your store doubles.  I hope you can find a good deal!

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This giveaway will end on 2/14/13 at 9 am EST.  It is open to US residents ages 18+.

To Enter:

Make as many comments as you want as long as they are about COUPONS or STOCKPILING! :-)

Comments

  1. Yes, postage overseas can be very expensive. Maybe if we all work together, we can somehow find a place that will give a discount since we’re shipping to a military family.

    Do our coupons work properly over in Europe, or do they have special stores on base that take our American coupons?

    • Heather Pfingsten says:

      I really have no idea. The lady essentially sent me her address and that was it lol. I will message her tomorrow when I have my wits about me.

  2. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Confession… I have gone dumpster diving and would like to get back into doing so when the weather breaks. I go to a recycling bin that ONLY accepts paper and yes… I have been known to crawl inside looking for coupons. I am amazed by the number of people that toss full coupon inserts away while we are paying so much to get them. I wish I could find these people and arrange to stop by their house to pick up their inserts so I didn’t have to jump in a dumpster… ok… it is kinda fun ;)

  3. I was just about to mention dumpster diving! I’ve only gone once, since I was dropping off my old newspapers and expired coupons. I saw some full inserts in the bin and I went after them! I prefer not to call it dumpster diving though, I called it “coupon reaching”!

  4. Do any of you call ahead to pre-order items from your stores? How do they react when you want to purchase them with coupons?

  5. Heather Pfingsten says:

    I have looked through a number of the comments and believe Courtney and I have made the most comments. I vote that we both get 20 coupons and we both are declared winners…

    Okay, okay.. it was worth a try! ;)

  6. Heather Pfingsten says:

    My Meijer said they are not able to pre-order. One Kroger told me that they are willing to pre-order but I have never used their services. I kinda want to give it a try but I am a little leery since I normally walk into a store with at least 10 of each coupon I plan on using.

  7. Heather Pfingsten says:

    My husband is giving me the evil eye which means it is time to go to bed. I’ll be around in the AM to help close this one out ;)

    Happy posting and Happy Valentine’s Day Courtney, Stockpiling Moms and everyone else!

    Good night from Cincinnati… and this crazy couponer!

  8. I also think this spirited discussion about coupons and stockpiling has brought many new concepts and strategies to light for others who may not be as confident when it comes to using coupons!

  9. The best advice I can give to anyone about using coupons to create a stockpile is to always be prepared and organized. Know your plan and stick to it. Understand and follow the store’s coupon policy. Don’t rush! Take your time and the savings will unfold before your very eyes!

  10. If you are dedicated to the savings, stockpiling and using coupons will become a way of life for you! I never pay retail price for anything if I can help it!

  11. If you need to shop for anything online, be sure to look into a variety of websites that offer coupon codes and cash back or points when shopping. I was very surprised to learn how quickly these kinds of coupons and extra points can add up!

  12. I try to plan my trips ahead of time, so that by the time I can get to the store on Sunday, Monday or sometimes Tuesdays, I know all of the good deals and can take advantage of the coupons available. I don’t like to wait for Tuesdays to go shop with coupons, because many times the shelves are cleared. However, I know that if I wait until Tuesday, I can always check back with Stockpiling Moms for Hot Deals and Steals at the store!

  13. I am really looking forward to seeking out the deals for the upcoming weeks! For me, it is easier to utilize my coupons if I know a week or two in advance what sales will be and which coupons I should start looking for! This also gives me an opportunity to order inserts or individual coupons from companies like Klip2Save.

  14. I just checked out Klip2Save’s website again, and I am impressed! They have many coupons available and their prices are reasonable!

  15. Alright, time for bed! Happy couponing to all and to all a great deal!

    Thanks so much Stockpiling Moms for all of the hard work you put in to this website. It really is invaluable when it comes to building a stockpile with coupons. You ladies are amazing!

    Happy Valentine’s Day! May the odds be ever in your favor :)

  16. I have only been stockpiling for a few months. Really appreciate the tips I have picked up on this website. Looking forward to trying Klip2Save this should help boost my stockpile. Any tips from people would be helpful. Thanks

  17. Happy Valentines Day stockpilers! Can’t wait to use this clipping service! I have heard about them and wanted to try!

  18. Can’t wait to start stockpiling like you guys! Please send more tips my way! It will be nice if I get to the point like others and can share my finds. Right now it’s for my family.

  19. Would love to hear your stockpiling success stories! My best find so far has been 50 paper towels for free and a years worth of dishwasher detergent cheap! I need coupons for soup, meat, snacks, laundry detergent, cat food, kitty liter, and cleaning supplies.

  20. Stockpiling is hard work, but it is paying off. Glad I can start using a clipping service to stop the insanity of clipping coupons myself. There aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything.

  21. Wish more people understood stockpiling. My friends are starting to understand the benefits of it. Everyone thought I was crazy at first. Anyone else have friends or family who can’t quite wrap their head around it? It’s cool when your biggest skeptic says “Can you show me how to do that?”

  22. So from looking at posts I am not the only one who gets the occasional glare from people in stores or the so your a couponer comment. I’m taking care of my family and following rules. Isn’t that the point of a good sale? In the short time I have been stockpiling I’ve already saved so much it’s crazy.

  23. Heather Pfingsten says:

    When I first started couponing my family, including my husband and friends thought I was crazy. They thought it was a waste of time. I have turned my husband and a number of my friends to the savings side and now they ALL coupon.

  24. Heather Pfingsten says:

    The best way to turn a non-believer into one is to find an amazing sale on something they like or use…drop the sale info on their desk or in an email and then share a few coupons.

  25. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Stockpiling has actually increased my level of confidence. I know that I am a savvy shopper that is able to find amazing deals and provide for my family at the same time.

  26. Heather Pfingsten says:

    We rarely go out to eat but when we do we try to go somewhere we have a coupon for. This often allows us to feed two for the price of one or at least make up some of our tip money.

  27. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Depending on the coupons we get 10 to 15 newspapers a week. When we go out to eat I take extra coupons and give them to random strangers that are dining. It is another simple way to perform A random act of kindness.

  28. Heather Pfingsten says:

    If you have coupons that are getting ready to expire and you won’t use them take them with you on your shopping trip and drop them off next to the product. Most stores will not remove these coupons and you are giving someone a little extra savings.

  29. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Remember to rotate your stockpile so the oldest product in is the first to go out. This will reduce the chances of food expiring befors you are able to eat it.

  30. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Remember to take advantage of deals for things that won’t expire such as deodorant, laundry detergent, toilet paper, etc… These items never go bad, are used on a daily basis and will help build your stockpile.

  31. Heather Pfingsten says:

    If you are new to couponing take it slow. Read up on the lingo, start with two newspapers a week and focus on ONE store. This will ensure that you don’t get frustrated and help you master your skill!

  32. Heather Pfingsten says:

    If there is a mega event taking place in addition to matching coupons be sure to read the weekly circular for possible restrictions. Sometimes mega events limit the number of “events” you can take advantage of per transaction. Don’t miss out and lose savings.

  33. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Before shopping know your stores coupon policy. ..carry a copy with you…depending on the store (especially Walmart) a lot of cashiers don’t know the store policy. This is a great way to ensure you will get the best deals possible.

  34. Heather Pfingsten says:

    My best advice to a new couponer is ASK QUESTIONS. We all went through a learning curve and most seasoned couponers are thrilled to share their wealth of knowledge.

  35. Heather Pfingsten says:

    One of my favorite parts of couponing is being able to share with others. I share coupons with friebds and family every week.

  36. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Because I have a successful stockpile…yes I said that… I open it up to my mom and sisters to use. I love being able to share this amazing gift with my family.

  37. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Couponing has opened my eyes to new products that I otherwise would not purchase. I am grateful for the variation and “spice” this has added to our meal planning.

  38. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Trying to convert your coworkers into couponers? For ONE week bring in lunches based on your coupon savings. Share how much your lunch cost vs. what theirs did. It is a great way to get them hooked.

  39. Heather Pfingsten says:

    When matching deals and coupons remember that different bloggers are in different regions. Try to find a blogger close to you to ensure the deals you are prepping for will be available AND accurate.

  40. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Thank you Stockpiling Moms for all that you do. You provide awesome information on a daily basis and I am blessed to be a fan.

  41. Heather Pfingsten says:

    One more note… ALWAYS carry your coupons…you never know when or where you will find a deal.

  42. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Happy couponing and stockpiling! Good luck with the deals!

  43. Heather Pfingsten says:

    Good luck Courtney… I hope we BOTH win :)

  44. Coupons have saved my grocery budget!!

  45. My Stockpile of Yakisoba is getting low…I hope I win! :)

  46. Stockpiling always saves the day! With four young daughters I am always in the go…so “shopping” from my stockpile saves time and money!

  47. Grocery coupons are great, and my binder is always full. But I also keep an envelope of fast food and other restaurant coupons, gift cards, etc. in my purse…you never know when you may need them! I sometimes eat lunch during my work day for free or at least very cheap!

  48. Speaking of coupons…I love Frisch’s Halloween and Valentine coupons! Talk about a great deal! Free kids meals…8 for 1.00! And the best part is, they don’t limit the amount you can use at one time like other restaurants…great for big families like mine!