The Original Extreme Couponing: The 1968 Raleigh/BelAir cigarette coupon catalog

1968 Raleigh/BelAir cigarette coupon catalog (Nursery)

1968 Raleigh/BelAir cigarette coupon catalog (Nursery)

Table of Contents

Sports and Leisure

Garden

Personal

Nursery

Toys

Lamps

"Speedy Savers"

Living Room

Clocks

Dining Room

Bedroom

Bathroom

Kitchen

Utility

Workshop

How To Order



I'm on record as objecting to using children to sell cigarettes, but I suppose this isn't technically the same thing. But still, it's close enough to be a little creepy. OK, now that that's out of the way, let's check this stuff out.

The odd thing about baby gear is how quickly it looks dated. There's a scene from A Few Good Men where Kevin Pollak's character is taking his baby daughter for a stroll. The movie isn't that old (1992) and the stroller looks like some kind of Victorian-era contraption. All I could think about was how horrifed the neighborhood moms would be if I took my son out in that thing now.

Best buy: Has to be the creepy clown nite light by Allen (125 coupons). All I'd have to do is threaten to plug that thing in my kid's room and he'd fall into line.

Total cost for all items: 12,725 coupons (254,500 cigarettes)

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