Mama Nibbles: How to Get High Value Coupons for Free Week #5

How to Get High Value Coupons for Free Week #5

Here are the previous weeks in case you missed out: WEEK #1WEEK #2WEEK #3WEEK #4-(this was coupon education week)

Let's fix that grocery budget! 
Since January 2011 I have been writing companies compliments (some criticisms) on their products and in turn they have snail mailed or even emailed me coupons that are either higher value than your normal from the paper coupon and even some have been for completely free items.  This coming week I encourage you to take 10 minutes and email just five companies.  Results will vary greatly, some companies that have mailed me freebies have mailed other people "cents off" coupons so don't expect to receive the same results.  Since January 2011 I have gotten $635.53 worth of coupons that vary from freebies to cents off for products we love to use and all it took was 10 minutes a week.  I'd say that is definitely worth it! Just locate each website's "Contact Us" section, sometimes it can be hidden so look hard.  If you get a coupon back I'd love to hear about it so come back and comment!

What do I write?
My letters always start with a personal greeting and then I tell them my name and family size.  I like to write something personal such as a memory I associate with their product or how we use a particular item.  Another thing you will want to make mention of in your letter is how much you enjoy their product and which item is your favorite.  The next thing is to make sure you include your personal contact info if there is no form to fill out, that way they do not have to try to reply just to get that information from you.  Lastly I like to end my letter in a sincere way thanking them for their time and then it is ready to send.

Five companies you should write this week (just click below to be taken directly to their website):
Al Fresco (sausages)
Curly's (they make yummy barbecue pork)
Craisins (Ocean Spray)

Have a great weekend!

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