Another place to find coupons: Magazines

It always seems FatHeadDog finds a great coupon at the most inoppertune time. A blinky machine at the grocery store while FatHeadPup is having a meltdown. A lonely coupon skipping in the wind across a grocery store parking lot. Or a clip-worthy coupon in my cache of magazines, inevitably found late at night and without scissors in sight. I’ve gotten quite a few grumpy glances from my husband as I try tearing a coupon by hand. Rip it slow and quietly, or fast and loudly, either way is intrusive to his beloved sleep.

While perusing your monthly magazines, grab a pair of scissors and keep an eye out for valuable coupons within ad pages. One particular mag that’s worth your while… at least for the coupons, is the Wal-Mart exclusive All You Magazine. This month,¬†¬†there’s a special health & fitness edition of ALL YOU magazine that will be available on newsstands at Walmart beginning Friday 1/8. According to DealSeekingMom, here’s a glimpse at the coupons inside:

Coupons in the ALL YOU Health & Fitness special edition:

  • $1/1 ALL YOU Eat Well, Save Big Cookbook, exp. 4-5-10
  • $0.50/1 ALL YOU Magazine, exp. 4-23-09
  • $1/1 Arm & Hammer Premium Vacuum Bags or Filter, exp. 8-19-10
  • $1/1 Frito-Lay Baked! Snacks (8.75-oz.+), exp. 2-8-10
  • $0.50/1 Log Cabin Syrup (24 or 64-oz.), exp. 4-1-10
  • $2/1 Metamucil Product, exp. 6-30-10
  • $1/1 Nature Made Vitamins, exp. 2-28-10
  • $1/2 Ortega Products, exp. 3-31-09
  • $1/1 Polaner Fruit Spread, exp. 3-27-10
  • $1/1 Poise Product, exp. 3-31-10
  • $1.25/1 Slim-Fast Product (excludes singles), exp. 2-19-10
  • $1/2 Starkist Sandwich-Ready Tuna Salad Pouches, exp. 4-9-10
  • $1/1 Tazo Filterbag Tea or Tea Latte Concentrate, exp. 3-21-10
  • $2/1 Wellesse Joint Movement Glucosamine Liquid (16-oz.), exp. 4-30-10
  • FREE Dessert wyb 5 Weight Watchers Smart Ones Frozen Products, exp. 3-31-09
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Review: Insight Exchange Team

Insight ExchangeLately I’ve been exploring paid and reward market research survey sites, and came across Insight Exchange Team by recommendation. I don’t post negative reviews that often, but Insight Exchange certainly disappointed.

Receive 1 to10 points for every completed survey.
You can redeem 10 points to Plant a Tree or 65 points for a $25 gift certificate.

My first red flag was the lack of compelling prizes. Planting a tree is a unique prize, but I was disappointed to see the only other prize was a $25 gift certificate. Looks good on paper, but you’ll learn that is more like a coupon than a gift card. You have to purchase a minimum amount to use the certificate–for example, you can take $25 off a $50 meal. If you’re a frequent diner, that’s a great 50% off, but its not a good fit for my family.

My second and final red flag: I went to redeem my Plant a Tree certificate today and (insert Price is Right lose theme) it had already been redeemed by another user. That’s it; I’m out!

If you’ve had a similar experience, or if you’ve had a GREAT experience with Insight, I’d love to hear about it!

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