please help with plural in phrases

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Hello all,
I am putting together a website and was hoping for some help.
I am setting up my categories and they are as follows
Arts & Crafts
Automobiles & Parts
Baby & Children
Beauty & Fragrance
Books & Magazines
Business & Productivity
Clothing & Apparel
Collectibles
College & Learning
Computers & Printers
Consumer Electronics
DVDs & Movies
Food & Drink
Gifts & Flowers
Health & Wellness
Home & Garden
Internet Service Provider
Jewelry & Watches
Shoes & Accessories
Sports & Fitness
Telephone & Television
Tickets & Events
Toys & Hobbies
Vacations & Travel
Video Games
Web Hosting & Design
now This site is all about coupon codes so my intent is to have the category name followed by coupon codes so for example
Arts & Crafts coupon codes
Automobiles & Parts coupon codes
Baby & Children coupon codes
Beauty & Fragrance coupon codes

now is this proper english or should it be
Art & Craft coupon codes
Automobile & Parts coupon codes
Baby & Child coupon codes
Beauty & Fragrance coupon codes

or something else ?
I haveread many papers on plurals but none of them include this type of usage

Please Help
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Re: proper use of multiple plurals in phrases ?

You MAIN categories are

Arts & Crafts
Automobiles & Parts
Baby & Children
Beauty & Fragrances
Books & Magazines
Business & Productivity
Clothing & Apparel
Collectibles
College & Learning
Computers & Printers
Consumer Electronics
DVDs & Movies
Food & Drink
Gifts & Flowers
Health & Wellness
Home & Garden
Internet Service Providers
Jewelry & Watches
Shoes & Accessories
Sports & Fitness
Telephone & Television
Tickets & Events
Toys & Hobbies
Vacations & Travel
Video Games
Web Hosting & Design

Will EACH category have several coupon codes or just one code?

No one uses "Telephone or Television" anymore. Any other ideas/
 

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Welcome to the forums.

It is not really relevant whether your titles are singular or plural. They are titles of categories so can be used as you have them; the coupon codes presumably refer to the category group.
 
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