Question by Donna C: What is the secret to successfully using coupons?
I’m inspired by people who are saving so much money using coupons, but how exactly do you make them work in a practical sense? I’ve been searching through tons of coupons, and only a handful seem to be for things that we use/eat, which might save us a couple of bucks here and there.
What is the secret to successfully using coupons?
Answer by Punkin P They use the coupons on days when the coupons face value is tripled. They only buy grocery that they have coupons for. Sometimes the grocery stores have their on sales going, so if its something is already buy one get one free plus you have a .99 cent tripled coupon.. its probably gonna be free or very close to free…. or if you have a coupon for .50 cent off something that cost 2.00 then they triple the coupon, you’re only paying .50 cents…
Question by Craptacular Wonderment: What is the best way to travel without using credit cards?
I know I can use debit cards to book flights, hotels, etc.
But as I understand it, once the items are booked, the money in your account is immediately taken, and I’d rather that money remain in the account until closer to the travel date. Or am I mistaken on how this process works?
Is there a better way?
Thank You for the tips!
Answer by Steve It should not be taken, just earmarked.
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!
Question by Bryan G: Question for contractors and legality of using others plans?
Here is the scenario,
Contractor A designs and gets his plans for which he was hire to do, approved by the local jurisdiction having authority.
The owner then decides to go with Contractor B. Contractor B takes the previously approved plan, makes a copy and simply puts his own title block to be re-approved under Contractor B’s license.
This looks like stealing to me, are there any legal issues here? Has anyone dealt with a similar situation/scenario?
Thanks for any help
The owner who hire Contractor A
Answer by CAGOLDBUYER Iif owner paid contractor a for the work… then he owns the plans & can do what he wishes with them.
If owner is trying to cheat contractor A & save money on the plan development with contractor B it could end up a stickey mess in court for owner & possibly contractor B
Question by londonrules33: How to locate iPhone if thief is using it to call various #’s?
So here’s the deal: my iPhone was stolen and after checking my recent AT&T usage, it turns out that the thief is using it to call and text a ton of numbers, some of them local and some of them long distance. I have a list of the specific numbers. Most of the numbers he is calling are mobile, though some are landlines. What’s the best way to go about nabbing this thief if there’s a way?? (Please tell me there is)
Answer by Arenkay Hopefully you enabled “Find my iPhone”. If you did, use an iPad or an iPhone (use one that you have signed into with the same Apple ID used on the lost iPhone) download the Find My iPhone app, let it search for your lost device. From there, you can choose to wipe it, lock it, etc. It will also show you where the device is.
But, if you did not enable Find My iPhone, there isn’t really anything you can do. It would be best to access your iTunes account and disconnect your credit card, etc. and also call AT&T and report the phone stolen. They will turn off the ability for the phone to connect send texts or make calls.
Question by ♡｡✿*ﾟ’ﾟ･✿｡☆╮conn1e l: Malaysia is not using International Reply Coupon, is there any other things that can replce IRC?
I’m from Malaysia and our country is not using any International Reply Coupon(IRC), but I need to send a lot of fan mails so.. What can be replce with the IRC?
it’s something like stamps coupons.. of course u never heard that before, cause we don’t have it malaysia!! how can i send my fan mails???
James C, u’re not answering my question..
Question by Chi: Find all local maxima, minima and saddle points for f(x,y)=x^3-xy+y^3 using the Second Derivatives Test.?
I’m in Calculus 3. This is the last problem for our homework set. I’m having a lot of trouble finding the critical points associated with this problem. But, I’m still confused about how to find the maximums and minimums using the Second Derivatives Test. I’m pretty sure this problem deals with absolute maximums and minimums. Help me please. Thank you!
Answer by norcekri I’m not entirely sure, either. We did these only in 2 dimensions, not 3.
In general, (first derivative) f’ = 0 gives you the critical points.
(Second derivative) f” characterizes the critical point:
=0 denotes a saddle point
>0 denotes a relative minimum
<0 denotes a relative maximum
Question by sushi: Can I get a discount at costco for something that I’ve already purchsed, using a costco coupon?
I just purchased an item from costco today, but I received the costco coupon book (today) with a coupon for the item that I purchased. Would costco give me that discount if I show them the coupon and my receipt for the item?
Answer by Kirk M nah
you have to return it then go buy it again
Question by Matt B: What happens if you buy something at Office Depot using a coupon ( off 0) and then return it?
Say you use a credit card, which is charged $ 120. Does your card get refunded $ 120 or $ 150. Do you get the coupon back to use again? Could you just get a store credit for $ 150?
Answer by MesyJes sounds like a good scam…..try it! 🙁