Friday, September 28, 2007

Using Multiple Joann Fabric Coupons:UPDATED!


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6 comments:

  1. Not having a joanns here on the island, I don't have the luxery of doing that - and have not seen any online only coupons of late - but would love to see any that have "free shipping" or 40%off an item.

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  2. Our joanns doesn't have coupons in their instore ad. But I do get them in the mail, emailed to me, and in the newspaper. I thought the ones you got online would have the same ups code as the email so I haven't looked for that. Some clerks will let me use more than one - I use one at the cutting counter and one at the sales register, so there is no worry, but I hadn't thought that the clerk would let me use more than one.

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  3. Oh, I think you are about due for some quilting to soothe the soul. Enjoy!
    Thanks for the coupon tips. Didn't know about the Michaels/Joann connection.

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  4. I love JoAnn's coupons and use them all the time. I also get them in the newspaper, emailed to me and in the mail. I always ask to use more than one and some times they say Yes. I buy all my muslin for dyeing fabric with 50% off coupon. Last year I got 10 bolts and I only have 1 left.

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  5. Anonymous5:12 AM

    Yahoo! This is so awesome to know! I mean YAHOO! and YAHOO! again!

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  6. Robin7:37 PM

    I recently learned that Michael's will take competitor coupons, even the printed ones from Hobby Lobby! Woohoo!

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Michele Bilyeu blogs "With Heart and Hands" as she journeys between Douglas, Alaska and Salem, Oregon.