Men and women are way too apart from each other – and that is only half the story. There are, in particular, distinct differences between men and women when it comes to using grocery store and online coupons. When it is a matter of grocery store coupons they can be widely dissimilar in their attitudes. Nothing escapes a woman’s discerning eyes as she is diligently collects all the coupons from various sources, so that she can proudly flash it out at the grocery store once she has overseen all that is there. Any amount of money you can expect a man to pay, but he would not use one. It is far more usual for men to pay for that tube of toothpaste than to let the world know that he is using a grocery coupon.
It as if men feel shy to flash out a coupon in front of the local grocers. It could have something to do with a notion that it is not right for men to use them. I recall seeing a man at the grocery store who stealthily brought it out of his wallet before handing it over to the clerk. Hey guys, it is just a coupon and not a box of sanitary napkins.
On the other hand, when it comes to using online coupon codes, men win the race hands down. Once a man is on the hunt for that new piece of electronics, he will stop at nothing trying to locate a valid online coupon code to use in order to reduce the total amount of the order. A man would comfortably burn the midnight oil to search the net to locate a code that ought to work. He simply would not give it up, no matter how long it takes or the frequency of his attempts to get a code to work.
Women also try to salvage a coupon code which is valid for the items they wish to buy. The main disparity is about the amount of time that a woman spares for it. In case she can not find it quickly, she moves on and buys what she wants online, without thinking about using it.
In order to get the greatest amount of benefit from coupons, it would be wise to let the women use them in grocery stores and let the men shop online with online codes. I must warn the women, if you do let the men do the online shopping, you might want to keep a short leash or you will end up with more questionable deliveries coming to your home than you bargained for.
Author: Thulas SukatiThis author has published 12 articles so far.