Jacalyn B.

The prompt given asks, “Do coupons influence your purchasing decisions… why, or why not?” (http://www.imin.com/college-scholarship/) The answer I would have to give at this point in time is yes, it does.  Though I am not the best “couponer” in the world I do...

Jameshia H.

Do coupons influence my purchasing decisions? Yes, in fact, I could not agree more. I am that person who you ask, “Where do you want to go eat?” and I’ll say, “Let me see what kind of coupons I have!” Some call me cheap, and are even annoyed with my frugal attitude...

Tristan C.

About a year ago, I got hired as an employee at Publix, working my way up to a cashier position. Being my first job, I can honestly say it was one of the best things I have ever done. It taught me responsibility, gave me new friendships, helped with my communication...

Michael P.

The question on whether or not coupons influence your purchasing decisions has a definite answer; YES. There are dozens of reasons why I believe the answer to this question is yes, and in this paper, I will share two of those reasons. The first reason I believe this...

Rachel K.

Coupons have always had a negative connotation for me, because of what I associated with them as a child. When I was a kid, I found it uncomfortable when my parents would cut out coupons on Sunday mornings. I distinctly remember watching my father go through the piles...
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