WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 28: Shoppers look at footwear December 28, 2010 in Washington, DC. Retail spending in the United States rose during the Christmas holiday season 5.5 percent to levels seen in 2007 prior to the nation's recession. …
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TULSA - Halloween has arrived. Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and then the holiday shopping season will be in full effect.
So, how are you getting the most bang for your buck?
Here are some simple ways to save as you shop for clothes at your favorite store.
First, sign up for regular e-mail alerts on the store's website. Those alerts will keep you up to date on upcoming sales and exclusive offers.
Second, make sure you never check out in-person or online without searching for a coupon or a promo code for discounts.
Look for coupon sites such as RetailMeNot. They have a long list of stores including coupons and promo codes for you to choose from.
Third, it can pay to be loyal. Most retailers offer free loyalty cards. All you have to do is sign up to save.
You can also find coupons in the Tulsa area by clicking on the Local Coupons link at the very top of this page. There are money saving offers for your home, your car, entertainment, shopping, eating out, and more. If you're reading this story on your phone, click this link http://tulsa.localgreatcoupons.com/
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