LOL! And, just think how much you might save after you leave the house. I'm not good at couponing, but some of those stories are unbelievable!Happy shopping!
I tried to do coupons when my kids were small, but by the time I subscribed to the paper to get access to the coupons and sorted out all the products I wouldn't buy unless I had a coupon ...I didn't really feel like the effort was worth the savings. But now you can print most coupons online, no need to subscribe to a particular magazine or newspaper, and printing specific coupons is easier and less messy than cutting them out. Most of the coupons I use are for craft or sewing projects. I always check the websites for the stores I will be visiting and often find 40-50 percent off coupons. Every little bit helps!
I have a coupon book that I made and take with me to shop. I sure don't do the extreme couponing but I would say I say around $60-70 per month on a grocery bill of around $300. Kids are grown but still come around to eat with grandkids and every little bit helps.
We coupon all the time and hit all 5 stores if need be for the deals!...:)JP
I used to be more savvy than I am now and loved double coupon days. Nowadays, I don't do much shopping, but a lot of eating out. Senior discounts help!
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