Understanding Sales Cycles to Maximize Your Coupons

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by Victor Valquez
(San Antonio, Texas, USA)

One of the most important parts of using coupons is learning when the coupons should be used.

Learning to use the coupons combined with the lowest sales price can help the customer to save between fifty to seventy five percent of the price of the product from household goods to food – but can only be completed when customers understand the sales cycles and are able to know when the right time to buy is.

What should the customer understand about sales cycles? The first thing that customers need to understand about sales cycles is that products have a high point and a low point of their sale price. At the high point in the sales cycles customers are required to pay full price for the item, but at the low point in the sales cycles customers can save up to fifty percent just from timing the product purchase right.

When the item is on sale at the low point in the cycle (which the customer can determine by tracking the price of the item) the customer should stock up on that item, especially if the customer has a coupon for the item. The coupon applied to the sale price is going to drastically reduce the price of the item and allow the customer to avoid paying full price.

How often do products go on sale? Once the customer identifies the low point in the sales cycles, it’s important to realise that the item will not be on sale again for at least three months. The average sales cycle will last between three to six months, and therefore the sale item should be purchased at the rock bottom price to avoid paying full price.

Learning about sales cycles can allow customers to determine how many of an item to buy – as they can determine how many are going to be used before the items are likely going to be on sale and calculate this accordingly on their shopping trip.

Stacking Electronic Coupons at Safeway

Safeway is one of the most popular stores for customers to usecoupons as the store allows the customer to use a traditionalmanufacturers coupon that can be found through newspaper inserts and other sources, combined with the in-store coupons that can either be printed from the website or downloaded on to the club card and applied to the grocery order when the Safeway club card rewards program is scanned in the checkout line.

According to the Safeway coupon policy, the customer is indeed able to combine both the in-store coupon and the manufacturer’s coupon. Using this method and combining the coupon prices with the sales and promotions that are taking place in store, the customer is often able to double up on the savings and cut as much as seventy five percent off of the bill for the items that have coupons available.

Where can you find the coupons that are available for Safeway?Coupons for Safeway are available through the website. Using thecoupons, the customer is able to search through the available options and choose which coupons are going to be downloaded to the club card. All the customer has to do is pair these coupons up with thecoupons in the collection found through newspaper inserts, tear pads and peelie coupons – and save big at the supermarket while shopping.

Going through the sales flyer from week to week and comparing the items that are on sale with the electronic coupons and the manufacturer coupons that are currently available can be a great way to reduce the cost of the weekly trip to the supermarket. There are often items that are free or almost free using coupons, allowing the customer to stock up, on the cheap.

Updated: December 2, 2013 — 12:24 pm

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