These days newspaper costs are up, which is pretty disappointing if you`re like me and forget to gather your coupons on a regular basis or just super busy that you`re only able to make good couponing trips on various occasions rather than a regular routine. What`s even worse is if you get a paper from the store and the coupons are missing or if you get the paper delivered your whole paper was stolen. We don`t get the newspaper delivered simply because we don`t read it and I only want the coupons out the Sunday paper. Going to Walmart to get a paper you may as well forget about because people steal out the coupon inserts from all the papers and leave them all a mess! Talk about a waste of money!
So I`ve heard about people using only printable coupons when they`re shopping or the possibilities of only using printable coupons. But with all the scams out there, I know a lot of stores are kind of "iffy" about taking printable coupons. At least a lot around my neck of the woods. I know one of the Walmarts will make you check out in customer service if you have printable coupons because they need to verify they are all legit, not copied, etc. Do y`all know how long those lines are?! So that right there actually made it where I haven`t used printables in quite a long time. So, I am curious as to how this works! Do you miss lot of deals? Do you print everything and anything that might work? Or is selection in order? And has anyone figured out how many prints equals the cost of a newspaper? Also, do you run into problems using your printable coupons as far as them being accepted? Enlighten me! For those of you on a printables only couponing-diet, do you miss a lot of good deals? And for those of you contemplating the printables only route, will you supplement with specific ordered coupons (as opposed to inserts)? And generally, how do you expect this to work? Ten computers each printing two alike coupons? Or will you stick to two alike coupons using one computer and sacrifice having a large stockpile?Â Â