coupon book

coupon book

Formerly, a booklet given to investors with coupons that were clipped out and mailed in to receive that period's income. This was the source of the expression “coupon clipper,” meaning a person of leisure with investment income.Today,a coupon book is the booklet given to mortgage borrowers, containing coupons with account and payment information, to be mailed in with monthly mortgage payments.

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Last year, the Halloween Coupon Book program raised $3.
if you sign up for the free VIP Shopper Club, you get a free coupon book, sales alerts and exclusive coupons.
Franchise Area for Coupon Book Sales covering Citrus County.
The coupon book contains three coupons for patrons including a buy one get one free burger and chicken fried steak, as well as a coupon for 20 percent off the total check.
Red Roof Inn, a US-based company that owns a chain of economy hotels, has announced its 2011 Summer Coupon Book.
The bank produced a "Think Local" community coupon book featuring thousands of dollars in discounts from hundreds of its local business customers.
10 COUPON BOOK: The $10 coupon book from the Wildlife Waystation animal refuge has dozens of deals and discounts for food, stores and entertainment in the San Fernando Valley.
In return they get a free VIP coupon book with discounts on purchases at Wrentham Village Premium Outlets in Wrentham, Mass.
Today, more than 6,000 practitioners participate in the VP or coupon book programs annually.
Greer, whose company publishes a monthly business-to-business coupon book supported by advertising, says it took 10 days to get the books out.
These include the private institutions Yale University (which announced its fund in April) and Swarthmore College as well as Western Washington University, a state school in Bellingham where the student association raised $750 by selling ads in a discount coupon book.
Fenchak said the agency still needs to do well with its annual coupon book fund-raiser this spring.