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  • Bowling Green, KY ~ coupon exchange

    I have just started a coupon exchange group in the city of Bowling Green, KY. This is an hour north of Nashville, TN. It's about 2 hours southeast of Evansville, Indiana. It's also 2 hours southwest of Louisville, KY. The coupons will be located inside Flea Land at 1100 Three Springs Road, Bowling Green, KY 42104-6500. MAP

    I will add newly printed internet coupons each Saturday. I will add new Sunday paper insert coupons each Sunday morning, usually by noon. Other coupons, such as those received by mail, from products, or in-store will be added as they become available. Expired coupons will be removed on a weekly basis (to be sent to one of these groups).

    If you have any coupons that you do not need, please bring them. Then, you can check my coupon stash to exchange those for ones that you do need.

    Current needs & wants: Pet & healthy food (especially low/no sugar and no/low carb).
    (Usually) Always have: baby & make-up (since I have no need for either).

    All of the coupons are available for viewing between 9am and 5pm Saturdays and Sundays {Friday by appointment only}. In front of the Junquentoys booth is where the coupons can be found, which is located at the South entry facing building B - Spaces A14 & A15 across from the only Bowling Green Military dealer making Dog Tags, behind the biggest booth for American-made socks, near the store with the widest variety of video games, and not far from the only locally-owned discount grocery (that I have found so far... being new to this area).

    I only exchange coupons locally. No cash will be exchanged.
    Currently, no snail mail will be available ~ however if there is a major local interest, it will be considered in the future.

    Do not contact me with your scams, spams, or any canned hams. You will, at the very least, be fiercely ignored.

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    Adjacent to my coupon exchange, I also provide an assortment of FREEBIES.

    It's usually items that are about to be donated to Goodwill (or another charity), or books for which used book stores won't give me even a nickle.

    My freebie bins usually include some/all of the following:

    Books (often computer programing-related)

    (Audio) Cassette Tapes

    (Video) Cassette Tapes - VHS

    Clothing (usually kids' or plus-sized ladies')

    Online Free Samples (that I didn't use)

    Fabric Remnants (only big enough for small craft projects or making kids' clothing)

    Magazines (mostly remodeling & landscaping)

    I also add new items weekly.


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      A Weekly Update

      I have added a healthy assortment of the following coupons:

      Baking Goods: Pillsbury, Krusteaz, Betty Crocker, Duncan Hines, Sweeteners, etc.
      Beauty aids: Gillete, Schick, Olay, Pantene, L'oreal, Neutrogena, Cover Girl, Curel, Carmex, Aveeno, etc.
      Cereals: Chex, Lucky Charms, Cheerios, etc.
      Air Fresheners: Air Wick, Febreeze, Glade
      Boost & Ensure
      Red Baron
      Meats: Carolina Pride, Bob Evans, Butterball, Bar S, etc.
      Five Star
      Oral B
      Yankee Candles
      Vitamins/Minerals: Sundown Naturals, Nature's Bounty, Osteo Bi-Flex, Flex a min, Nature Smart, Centrum, Schiff, Citrical, Flinstones, etc.
      Pain relief: Excedrin, Advil, Triminic, Aleve, Tylenol, etc.
      And too many more to list


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          I would love to know more about it