Since there aren’t any coupon inserts this weekend, this is a perfect time to clean out your binder of expired and unneeded coupons and donate them to those in need! Military families overseas can use coupons up to six months past their expiration date. This is a great way to spread the coupon love and show our service men and women how much we appreciate their devotion and sacrifice.

Divide your clipped, expired, or unneeded manufacturer coupons into two categories: food and non-food. Separate the coupons in plastic zip bags and mail them to one of our volunteers who will get them overseas, taking care of postage and customs forms. Get more specifics and addresses, or learn how to adopt your own base here!

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8 thoughts on “Extreme Couponing Tip: Donate Expired Coupons to Military Families Overseas!”

are beverage and medication coupons considered food or non-food. They can be consumed by humans so I wasn’t quite sure.

What is the address to send the expired coupons to? I normally just throw them away. I’m in California

I sent several coupons to my sister in-law when she was stationed in Kosovo.

Wait. So I shouldn’t buy the paper tomorrow…I live in Southern Wisconsin

I do this every month! Love that you guys support the military! I alternate though because I’m also part of an organization called Soldiers’ Angels. We do this as well so one month I send coupons through them and the next I go through you guys. I actually just sent out an envelope stuffed full last week to you guys! Thanks for all that you do!

does this include internet coupons?

I was wondering the same thing….

Question: Does East/West of Mississippi still applies?