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January 7, 2018 at 6:26 pm #6142
In 2018, one of my goals is to save money in every possible area of my life. One area that I’ve really been slacking in over the last twelve months is food — specifically at the grocery store. A few years ago we saved a lot by using coupons, but it was a lot of work and planning involved. I’ve considered trying it again this year, but don’t know if the time spent researching, organizing, and driving from store-to-store was really worth the amount saved.
Couldn’t I just avoid the trouble and shop only at a low-price grocer like Aldi (or somewhere similar)?
Has anyone faced a similar dilemma that can offer some insight?January 10, 2018 at 10:31 am #6187
I love to save money wherever possible, but when it comes to coupons, I don’t think the time and trouble is worth it. I used to clip them but when the time came, I always ended up leaving them behind or not finding the coupons I needed in my big stack of coupons! I’d rather shop somewhere that has low prices.
I’d love to know if anyone has found an app that “clips” grocery coupons for us – to use on demand!January 11, 2018 at 8:26 am #6211
I’m with Lisa, coupons aren’t worth it!January 18, 2018 at 8:38 am #6334
Coupons, no not in my opinion. But checking the sales for local grocery stores before heading out to shop? For sure!
My friends and I are on Whole30 right now, and we check the ads for all our frequent grocery stops to see where we can pick up staples for cheaper.January 30, 2020 at 8:55 pm #36138
I’d like to begin with Extreme Couponing
Until now I tried to read this, but I still don’t know how to start:
tutorial on couponing
Could someone help me, or am I too stupid for that?February 7, 2020 at 3:13 am #36322
I want to start with Extreme Couponing, but I don’t know how to start.
Until now I read that, but Iam still confused: how to get
started extreme couponing
Could you help me a bit, or am I too stupid for this?