Sandy Ennis, the editor-in-chief of Refund Express, has done a super-marvelous-wonderful job in making this magazine what it is today!!!!! I was a subscriber in the early days of this magazine (when they were still based in the midwest; they're now down in Georgia), but fell out of refunding & couponing for a few years due to my own laziness. Let me tell you.....I'm sooooo glad I'm back & have a wonderful resource such as Refund Express!
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Each month there are many articles & letters written by other subscribers (you can't buy Refund Express on the newsstand) that are very informative, funny, & give you incentive to keep going in search of the ever popular "hot deal" (when you can get an item for mere pennies or nothing at all); a section called "Sandy's Space", "The Peach Pit", & "Amy's Space" (I love all 3); drawings; traders; new forms/coupons/deals; all the information ****any**** refunder (novice or pro) can use. It's worth the subscription rate!
A similar magazine that I used to subscribe to in addition to "Refund Express" was "Refunding Makes Cents." I enjoyed at first...but that was before I found "Refund Express." It just doesn't seem to have the same neato-peachy-keen, family & friends atmosphere to it. I'm not knocking anybody over at the other magazine personally, I just prefer "Refund Express" 100 times over!
Still having your doubts about "Refund Express" or refunding/couponing? Sounds like too much work? Sounds beneath you possibly? Check out one of the sample copies, try a few of the organizing tips, watch the $$$ come off your grocery bill & you'll be hooked to both the hobby & the magazine! Would I lie to you? Not a chance......