*ENDED!* Tacoma coupon class, Feb. 16, 2011 only $1 (RSVP needed)


Class is about 75% full – so RSVP today and get your spot! Bring a friend or a few!

Whether you’re looking to learn the very basics of couponing or you want to take your current couponing up a notch – this coupon class is for you! The class is taught by yours truly and is this February 16 from 5-7 p.m. in Tacoma. Sponsored by my favorite newspaper, The Tacoma News Tribune, the class costs only $1 and includes a Sunday paper (full of coupons) to get you started! Space is limited, so you’ll need to RSVP (see details below).

The class covers everything from coupon basics to the nitty gritty details! You’ll learn how to save hundreds on your groceries and keep your pantry stocked for a fraction of the price. Learn tricks and techniques for getting groceries, toiletries and drug store items cheap and even FREE by using coupons, rebates and sales. Saving money with coupons and rebates doesn’t have to be time consuming and confusing – learn the basics of why and how you should use them, tips for keeping you organized and start stretching your budget today.

I have taught this class half a dozen times already for the Tribune and I’ve met some wonderful people! I also received some great feedback that the class was just what they needed to take their couponing to the next level. We have space for 100 people and all classes in the past have filled up fast – so make sure and RSVP early if you want to save yourself a spot.

Here are the details:
Cost: $1, includes Sunday paper from previous Sunday (with coupons to get you started). Payment accepted at the door.

February 16 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Tacoma News Tribune Main Office
1950 South State Street, Tacoma, WA

Although the class is FREE, we’d still like you to RSVP so we can plan for light refreshments and space. To RSVP, e-mail me at heather @ queenbeecoupons dot com, or through my contact form and give me your name and e-mail address (put Feb. 16 RSVP in the subject line, please)! RSVP early to save your spot. You will receive a confirmation e-mail from me when I’ve received and logged your RSVP (could take a day or two).

We are also collecting non-perishables for the local food bank, so if you are able and would like to bring a donation that would be great, but it’s not a requirement to attend.

Invite your friends (couponing is much more fun with friends and family along the way) and come ready to start saving! Can’t wait to meet you!

PLUS – The News Tribune is offering an awesome promotion on Sunday subscriptions where you can get multiple Sunday papers delivered to your home for only $1 each. Learn more.

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Comments

  1. MamaPoRuski says:

    We just started getting our TNT delivered after a year of chasing the $1 and not always getting the coupon inserts. Ours were delivered stacked (not rolled)in a plastic bag to our front door step!

  2. Since the TNT and The Olympian are run by the same company, is there any chance of you being able to hold a couponing class in the Olympia area sometime in the future?

    • This is a tough one. They are owned by the same company, but the Tribune has better coupons than the Olympian. So I have a hard time recommending the Olympian over the Tribune. It’s kind of a weird thing to have them host a class if I can’t recommend people buy their paper, you know?

    • We gotta find a local company that will sponsor a local class.

      • That would be awesome! I live in Olympia, but I just can’t justify driving up to Tacoma to take a coupon class. I’m laid off at the moment and can’t afford the gas, lol. Maybe someday a local place will sponser one of your classes! :)

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