Thanks to everyone who has sent expired coupons to our Overseas Coupon Program! We now have a new East Coast volunteer, so you may need to update the address depending on where you live:

If you live West of the Mississippi: 

KCL Overseas Coupon Program
Amanda Brumbaugh
10960 W Bridgetower Dr
Boise, ID 83709

If you live East of the Mississippi:

KCL Overseas Coupon Program
Brandy McDowell
5615 Husband Rd
Paducah, KY 42003

A little bit about this program:

Did you know that overseas military members can use expired coupons up to six months past their expiration date?  Military families stationed overseas are often living on one income and money can be scarce. Let’s support our military by showing them some coupon love!  The readers of TheKrazyCouponLady.com are coming together each month to send our unused and expired coupons overseas.  Please join us in sending in your coupons to one of our many adopted bases.

Learn more about this program HERE. 

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29 thoughts on “New Address for Expired Coupon Program!”

  1. Marilou says:

    has Brandy McDowell moved because the last box of coupons I sent to her came back and said unable to forward.

  2. Tammy B says:

    I have a lot of expired coupons to send! Do I need to send something to cover the overseas postage?? or just send the coupons?
    Thanks!

  3. This is a great way for your expired coupons to help out the military.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I just sent an envelope out today to a military wife whom I actually met through the KCL facebook page discussion. I was so happy to discover this because I always felt like I was throwing away money, it’s so nice to know that they can be of use to someone who truly deserve them!!!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I just shipped out two (one with food items and the other with non-food items) gallon size ziploc baggies full of expired and unexpired Q’s to Amanda in Boise via USPS this morning. I will use Brandy in KY’s address next time, as I am east of the Mississippi. Thank you, Amanda & Brandy so much for providing this service for our military personnel and their families. I am sure they greatly appreciate it. I don’t need diapers nor tampons anymore (yea for me, lol!) so I send all the Q’s I get for them to the military personnel. From: Carla in Illinois

  6. I love this! I have been sending my coupons to a coupon club on a military base in Italy. They take coupons 3 months past their expiration date so I try to send a package out once a month and it only costs me $5 (or less) using military shipping.

  7. My children are too big for diapers and I don’t see my friends that have young ones so I will send any diaper coups I see to this address.

  8. My children are too big for diapers and I don’t see my friends that have young ones so I will send any diaper coups I see to this address.

  9. Asta Warren says:

    I live in Mississippi so where would I send it? Also im a stay at home mom ( my husband is in the military) so if somebody needs help with cutting and sending there coupons i can help out with that.

  10. I used expired coupons while I was living overseas. It’s a great program but not many people who live overseas knows about it.

  11. thanks. I just was just about throw a bunch of coupons away (and actually did!) when I remembered something like this. I took out of the trash and thought I’ll research this. The timing of your post could be more perfect.Thanks. Would LOVE to help our military by sending these over. Thank you all for you service. God Bless!

  12. I’m wondering how long it takes for shipping. I’d hate to send some that will be out of date by the time they get there!

    • Normally through just a Simple envelope with a stamp only takes about a week to get across the states, My sister use to live in CO and I live in MI that’s how long it took for her to letters through the mail.

  13. I have a question also: I live in Southeast Louisiana and I understand that I would be classified as “West” of the Mississippi, but technically I live right smack on the Mississippi, would it be okay if I send the coupons to Kentucky instead?

  14. I have a question also: I live in Southeast Louisiana and I understand that I would be classified as “West” of the Mississippi, but technically I live right smack on the Mississippi, would it be okay if I send the coupons to Kentucky instead?

  15. I get about 5 papers a week, and I have a ton of expired inserts. Is there anyone who would be interested in clipping them for me? I just don’t have the time!

  16. Tracie Baker says:

    Thanks for the info I need to go thru mine and this is a great reminder.

  17. robinks06 says:

    We’re getting ready to be stationed in Japan. How can I get some of these coupons?? Looking at cost of living over there, it’s going to be brutal.

  18. robinks06 says:

    We’re getting ready to be stationed in Japan. How can I get some of these coupons?? Looking at cost of living over there, it’s going to be brutal.

    • I just moved back to the states from Japan a few months ago and you can get some of the coupons at the commissary and fleet and family service..that is if you or your spouse is in the Navy. I am not sure where you can get them on the Army and Air Force bases though.

    • Anonymous says:

      If you email me your adress i will send you a bag full of coupons to take with you, being the wife of a now retired USAF coupons are a life line. We still use them now old habits die hard. debzndavz11@yahoo.com

    • Alicia Motta says:

      Army Community Services (ACS) is where you can get coupons and tons of amazing resources on any overseas post. They also have a lender’s closet in most places where you can check out everything from dishes and pots and pans to slow cookers while you wait for your household goods to arrive. It was a life saver when we were in Germany.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for the info. Are expired printable MQs acceptable, too? Or can they just use the ones clipped from newspapers?

  20. Anonymous says:

    It’s my understanding that they can us for 6 months after they expire.

  21. Hi I have a question, I usually check the expired coupons once a week, so if one package a month it would be coupons from 4 weeks. But won’t the first week’s coupons outdated( cause accepted only up to 30 days after expiration)?

  22. Hi I have a question, I usually check the expired coupons once a week, so if one package a month it would be coupons from 4 weeks. But won’t the first week’s coupons outdated( cause accepted only up to 30 days after expiration)?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, the first coupons might be past the 30 day cut off but I think it is still fine. I’ve been doing the exact same thing you described for months now. I think the 30 day cut off is just so that you don’t send coupons that are two, three, or more months expired and probably of no use to the troops by the time they get them.