Send Me Your Expired March Coupons for Couponing for the Troops

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This is my monthly reminder to you to send me your March expired coupons for Couponing for the Troops! As you know, I send all of your expired coupons to a military base in Vicenza, Italy. Overseas military bases are able to use expired coupons that are up to 6 months old. How awesome is that!?!

**You can watch me on Fox 13 when they interviewed me about Couponing for the Troops HERE

As always, a huge thank you to everyone for sending me your coupons every month! I know that you have to pay for postage and I appreciate your generosity. Also – because of the huge volume of envelopes and boxes we receive, I can not confirm that we received your shipment. I hope that you understand!

Below are the requirements if you are interested in with Addicted to Saving’s Couponing for the Troops. I ask that you please take the time to sort and cut your coupons per the instructions below:

1) Mail your expired coupons to: Addicted to Saving, PMB 105, 8348 Little Rd, New Port Richey, FL 34654

2) Send me all coupons that expired ON or AFTER March 1st. (Commissaries will accept older expireds, but I’m only sending one month old coupons since I do this once a month)

3) Do not send me printable coupons and do not send store coupons (i.e. Target, Publix, Walgreens etc) because commissaries overseas will not accept them.

4) Please Please Please cut your coupons out and then separate your coupons into two categories Food & Nonfood. If you mail all of your coupons to me in one envelope, use an elastic or paperclip to keep the two categories separated. Food is considered anything eaten by humans.. Food is also considered gum. Nonfood is considered toiletries, dogfood or catfood (since it’s not consumed by humans), vitamins, medicine, etc. Again – please cut your coupons.

That’s it! I will do the rest of the work! I need all of your expired March coupons in my hand by April 15th!

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Comments

  1. Patti says

    I have coupon sections still from which I cut the coupons I’m going to use, but still have the rest of the current coupons in the section. Can you use those if I cut them out? Guess you could send them when they are expired?

  2. sissy says

    Vitamins and Medicine are consumed by human, so are they food or non-food?? Sorry, I wasn’t clear from your post.
    thanks for doing this, what a blessing to those military familes.

    • Addicted to Saving says

      Hi Sissy! Thanks for contributing! Vitamins and medicine are considered non-food. I know that doesn’t totally make sense since you do consume them.. I didn’t set the sorting criteria :)

  3. Jennifer says

    Hey Patti, I had a question. I am really interrested in helping with this project. It is very dear to my heart. I would not, in any way, want to take away from your idea to do this but I was wondering if I could present the idea to my church family and have them give coupons. We have ALOT of couponers at my church!!!! I also did not know if you had started a Facebook page but that is a VERY good way to get the news out about what you are doing!! I would love to help in any way that I can so please let me know!!!

  4. Tracy says

    Thank you for organizing this for the troops. I just sent you an envelope full today. It’s nice to know that the coupons can still be used.

    • Addicted to Saving says

      Thank you so much Tracy for taking the time to send them to me! It’s a small thing but it’s SOMEthing we can do for our troops. :)

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