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Coupon Clipping

August 25th, 2010 at 01:48 pm

Recently I started clipping coupons. I have never really done this because I could never find coupons to products I actually bought anyway. Lately I've been finding a few in the Sunday newspaper. I know I can look for online coupons and will probably branch out once I get used to using coupons.

I've been paying myself the money I save. Hopefully once a month we will be able to take the money and do something fun.

So far, I have saved 90 cents.

But I'm not discouraged. I don't have a lot of coupons. It seems that most of my current coupons are for yogurt or snacks - I only buy so much of both. My biggest problem will be remembering which coupons I have and to use them before they expire. Right now that is my filing system - the ones closest to expiration are at the front of my coupon holder.

4 Responses to “Coupon Clipping”

  1. Aleta Says:

    If you have Walgreens or CVS's, you'll find items there that with coupons you either break even, make money on it or pay a nominal amount. I try new products that I ordinarily wouldn't try because of their cost.

    I like Southern Savers.com. It's a great website. Like you I keep my coupons in front that are expiring soon. Good luck

  2. Maismom Says:

    Welcome to couponing!! Check out "Hot Coupon World" website. I learned a lot about couponing from these ladies.

  3. dmontngrey Says:

    I also recommend www.afullcup.com. VERY helpful!

  4. Debtnomore Says:

    Thanks for the suggestions! We have both CVS and Walgreens. I noticed on the Kroger website that you can load coupons onto your Kroger rewards card. I don't have one yet but will get one soon.

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