I’m quite surprised by the number of retirees and seniors that contact me with questions about using coupons and their desire to get started because of their limited income. Most if not all of them are surprised when I tell them some of the items that coupons can be utilized on to have an immediate impact on their budget.
The cost of Vitamins are the number one product that retirees/seniors complain about purchasing. More often than not, they’re told by their physician that they need to take certain vitamins and they aren’t covered by prescription plans. I am happy to report that coupons do come out for vitamins!
I’m going to share a list of items that coupons come out for on a regular basis, that most seniors/retirees are paying full price for. These list of items might surprise you too. The good news going forward is that after reading this article, you won’t have to pay full price again.
1. Vitamins – coupons come out for these brands regularly
2. Glucose Meters
3. Glucose Meter Testing Strips
4. Blood Pressure Monitors
8. Bottled Water
9. Denture Cleaners
10. Hearing Aid Batteries
11. OTC Allergy Medicines
12. Eye Drops
13. Protein Shakes
14. Cranberry Juice
These are the items I get questions about the most and coupons are available for all of the above listed items. Remember to check stores and pharmacies for additional coupons, also send emails to manufacturers and request coupons. Most companies will mail coupons out to you or provide a link to download and print.
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