Expired Coupons? Help U.S. Military Families Overseas!

U.S. Army soldier with the 3rd Infantry Division walks with his children to pick up his duffle bag after a homecoming ceremony for about 265 soldiers with the Special Troops Battalion after a 15-month deployment to Iraq, Monday June 2, 2008 in Fort Stewart, Ga. The 3rd Infantry, which began sending troops home in March, was the first Army division called up for a third tour in Iraq. (AP Photo/Stephen Morton)


The end of the month is fast approaching. You’ll soon have a bunch of expired coupons. What do you do with them? Throw them away? Recycle them? We have a better idea! Save them for our U.S. military!

Did you know that you can give your expired coupons to U.S. military families stationed overseas? They can use these coupon for up to 6 months after they expire at commissaries abroad. Our Military families sacrifice so much for us, what great way to support them by helping their families save money too!


Support Our Troops®
P.O. Box 70
Daytona Beach, FL 32115-0070


In order for military families to benefit from your expired coupons, your coupons must be:

  • Clipped out individually.
  • Manufacturer’s Coupons ONLY. Newspaper coupons, dispensers in grocery stores, tear-pads, and elsewhere as long as they state “Manufacturer’s Coupon” on them.
  • Packaged individually in sandwich or quart-size plastic bags: Separated into food, non-food, baby, and pet categories.
  • Not assistance vouchers. Not food stamps. Not store coupons. Not restaurant coupons. Not Internet printed coupons.


In order to better meet the needs of our overseas military families, they are asking for the following:

#1 – Most families prefer food coupons
#2 – Baby supplies
#3 – Common household goods

Let’s show the troops some love! Coupon love!


For more detailed information about this Troopons® program




 (AP Photo/Stephen Morton)

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