“Do coupons influence your purchasing decisions… Why, or why not?”
I am a big fan of savings. Coupons do indeed influence my purchasing decisions. They allow you to save more money. Whether they are digital coupons, manufacturing coupons, or store coupons I try to use them every time I purpose things. I usually use coupons in food stores and pharmacies. The more coupons you use on items you purchase, the more you save. Sometimes things that you buy don’t come with a coupon and might cause you to not buy it. If a coupon comes out where it allows you to pay a lower price for the item that you are buying, you will most likely use that coupon. In the economy, a lot of people are trying to save more money but are unable to because they have low income. That is why when money is important to you; you try to spend very little of it and save most of it. Coupons allow you to do that.
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The government fails to realize that they over pay the rich and they underpay the poor. I am a college junior attending University of the District of Columbia. I also work and am putting myself through school. With the money I make at my job I clearly need extra help so when I have the opportunity to save some money I always take that route. I know coupons are just paper but that paper is money as well. Money is something that we all need in order to continue living the lifestyle that we live. It helps to keep us sane. Now that I think about it to many of us who use coupons it controls the way we live.