Sales Cycle Spreadsheet

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Sales Cycle Spreadsheet

Sales Cycles Spreadsheets - The Korean Couponer

Use this Sales Cycle Spreadsheet to help you keep couponing practical and customizable.  All households are not created equal and your couponing lifestyle should be personal and your own.  This spreadsheet makes it very easy to keep track of the products and sales that are important to you.

My biggest perk of following a coupon blog is that I find out about deals right away.  The biggest drawback is that the bloggers posting the deals, myself included, decide what deals we post and share.

For example, hearing aid batteries are not a hot item in my household.  In fact, no one in my family uses them.  The same holds true for Diabetic testing supplies and blood glucose monitors.  BUT these items may be important to you as you might be purchasing these on a regular basis.

I created this spreadsheet so you could fill in the fields with the stores, products, coupons and special promotions where you actually shop.  You can also add the prices because we all know that prices vary from region to region.  So I may post about a product here in Central Texas but it will be a different price if you live outside of my region.

This spreadsheet will help you look at the trends and I like to think of it as a sort of Farmer’s Almanac, coupon sales prediction tool.  Meaning the sales I took advantage of last year at this same time will mostly likely come around again.

My HEB grocery chain runs a SPAM and eggs special once a year and it’s always in January.  I take advantage of it every year.  I will be better prepared to hunt down ALL of the SPAM coupons I can get hands on so I can really take advantage of this deal when it rolls around again next January.

The same would be true for storage and organizational items right after Christmas.  So it would be in my best interests to make sure I print every printable coupon and be on the ready when the deals roll around again.

This spreadsheet will help me be ready because I will condense it into a list after six months and will continue to update and condense every six months.  This way I really know my own LOCAL sales cycle.

 
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