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If you’re schedule to PCS or recently arrived to your new duty location you could definitely benefit from a little savings on household goods to furnish the new place. AAFES has some nice printable coupons available HERE in which you could use to obtain:

$50/$250 or more Furniture Purchase (excludes Mattresses)
$100/$1000 or more single LCD, Plasma, or Projection TV
FREE Kids Meal wyb an Adult Meal (Burger King)
25% off any Single PBX Basincs apparel item
$40/$200 on Apparel or Accessories
$5 off Laundry or Dry Cleaning totaling $25 or $2/$10 total
10% off Total Purchase when you use Military Star or Military Star Rewards Mastercard at AAFES-BX/PX

All offers expires 6/30/10 and you MUST present a copy of your orders to redeem.


I’ve had a few readers wondering why the AAFES/BX did not accept printable coupons. Well for everyone who called and voiced their concerns with the policy, you’ll be happy to know that you’ve been heard.

Go HERE to view the new coupon policy, but to give you a brief summation:

Coupon Acceptance

AAFES accepts online message coupons. This change in strategy supports the AAFES Strategic Plan to develop a lifelong emotional connection with our customers.

Coupons are redeemable as a cash substitute for legal tender when purchasing the items specified on the coupon. AAFES facilities will accept all valid coupons when redeemed in accordance with the terms stipulated on the coupon, and ensure that the terms of the agreement printed on each coupon are followed.

After redemption, coupons become part of the facilities’ overall cash flow and must be safeguarded and properly accounted for.


We will accept one AAFES-issued and one manufacturer’s online/email or text message coupon for the same item, unless either coupon prohibits that practice.

The following elements must be present for the coupon to be valid:

The words “Manufacturer Coupon”

A message to the retailer specifying the terms and conditions for accepting the coupons

A scan-able bar code and an expiration date

A manufacturer redemption address to ensure the coupon can be processed for payment

Usage policies in small print containing standard terminology, such as “limit one coupon per item, per customer” and “no copies permitted”

A specially stated face value, e.g., “50 cents” or an “up to” or “no more than” value (“value no more than $5.00″)

For coupons with an open dollar value, cashiers must fill in the coupon with the AAFES sell price to qualify for redemption.

Coupons do not carry cash value. In situations where the coupon’s value is greater than the sell price of the designated item, the item’s sell price becomes the face value of the coupon. Our cash registers are programmed to only take the value of that item, regardless if the coupon is more than the item itself.

-thanks Alaska & Hawaii Coupon Diva

Kay n Hubby FL
Hello and welcome! I am a military spouse & mom of four boys and two girls, ages 1 to 10, oldest diagnosed with autism. We're located in the Charleston, SC area. My family and my faith are very important to me. Since I've started using coupons I have been able to save more money and become a better steward of my household. I hope to seed into the general public, and our military families, how to spend less and get more.

Get ready to take your grocery & household spending to a whole new level! Couponing is not only a means to seed but an avenue to harvest...both opportunities are endless & a joy to delight in.

I welcome feedback and comments! Thank you again!


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Couponing Terminology

$1/1, $1/2, etc. One dollar off one item, one dollar off two items, etc.
b1g1/bogo(f)- buy one get one (free)
CC- Coupon Connexion (Military Coupon Booklet)
Deal- Grocery plan worked out to spend the less money out of pocket (OOP)
FLIP- Food Lion Internet Printable
OOP- Out of Pocket
P&G- proctor & gamble
Q- Coupon
RP- Redplum
SS- Smartsource
wyb- when you buy


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