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Commissaries take steps to stop counterfeit coupons > U.S

People who purchase or trade coupons are inherently at risk of receiving counterfeit coupons, therefore customers shouldn’t buy or trade for coupons. The sale or transfer of coupons is a violation of virtually all manufacturers’ coupon redemption policies, according to the Coupon Information Center -- a coupon industry watchdog.

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AAFES shoppers can reap rewards for helping Airmen in need

• One $1 off coupon for every $1 to $4.99 donation • One $5 off coupon for every $5 to $9.99 donation. Shoppers who donate through, in increments of $5, will receive a $5 off coupon code (maximum two coupon codes per transaction). In-store coupons and online codes can be redeemed Sept. 19-25.

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Exchange offers coupons > Travis Air Force Base > News

A coupon is granted for $5 off a $25 purchase. The first two “Give & Get Back” donation periods of 2018 garnered more than $212,000 for the support funds. AER and AFAF provide emergency assistance, sponsor educational and community programs that improve the quality of life for service members and their families.

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Internet coupons stretch commissary customers' savings > U

But the use of Internet coupons has grown substantially, with redemption rates rivaling the inserts. Commissaries, as well as other grocery retailers, stopped accepting home-printed coupons in September 2003 because of instances of fraud, but despite the industry ban, consumer use of Internet coupons flourished in general.

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Online coupons save time, money > Joint Base Langley

FORT LEE, Va. , Sept. 25, 2007 — September is National Coupon Month, and the Defense Commissary Agency would like to remind patrons that commissaries gladly accept manufacturer coupons for products they sell. When it comes to using coupons to save money on grocery bills, quit clipping and start clicking by downloading coupons off the Web!

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Exchange offers ‘Still Serving’ events, discounts to honor

This year's discounts include 10 percent off one order, 10 cents off per gallon of gas purchased with a Military Star Card, and other store and food court savings. More information about the discounts and coupons can be found in the Oct. 4 Exchange sales flier.

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AAFES shoppers save big on Thanksgiving deals > Incirlik

For the first two hours after the doors open, all shoppers visiting the exchange on Thanksgiving Day or the following Friday or Saturday will receive 10 percent and 20 percent off coupons valid for the next shopping day. Sunday shoppers will receive both deals, with the 20 percent off coupon valid Nov. 27 through Nov. 29.

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Commissary offers more savings for the holidays

FORT LEE, Va. -- Commissary shoppers have ample ways to stretch their normal 30 percent or more savings this holiday season thanks to special store promotions, giveaways, coupon offers and other opportunities for discounts. "Our industry partners are offering greater savings through the use of high-value coupon booklets and special turkey offers," said Chris Burns, Defense Commissary Agency

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Luke Club offers specials for members > Luke Air Force

LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. -- Luke Club membership benefits include a plethora of goods and services on base and are available to military members, Defense Department civilians and any civilian with base access. An introductory Luke Club membership offer is free for two months to all military and nonmilitary Luke employees and non-employees, as long as they have access to the base, according

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