Sunday, January 23, 2011 0 comments

What is a Catalina??

Since I have new readers everyday I thought this was a good topic to cover again.
Catalina is a coupon that prints at the register after you are done paying.  
It prints out of a machine next to the register, after your receipt prints. It is usually triggered by an item that was purchased in that transaction.  
Most the time you have to buy a certain number of times, like buy 10 items and get a $10 catalina.  
It also can be triggered when you buy a dollar amount like $20 of participating products and get a $5 catalina back. 
They offer incentives good on your next shopping trip to that retailer, A few different things can print, an ad, a coupon but what most of us are looking for is a coupon for a dollar amount off your next purchase, that you can use like cash.
If you ever have a problem with the store not printing your catalina, save your receipt and call the Catalina company 1-888-8coupon

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