Beginner’s Guide to Extreme Couponing. By Ruth Soukup on December 4 If you are overwhelmed by the prospect of clipping hundreds of coupons every week or don’t even know where to begin, this series is for you.
Maybe you watched an episode of TLC’s Extreme Couponing and now wish you too could save hundreds of dollars on your grocery bill each week. Well guess what? You can! While you do have to remember that the show is filmed to be as extreme as possible, (and there is no real reason to buy 1,000 tubes of toothpaste), anyone can save money with coupons.
Over eight simple lessons, I break down the couponing process into easy-to-follow baby steps, complete with weekly assignments to get you started on your way to extreme coupon savings. 1. I encourage you to join the Living Well Spending Less Facebook Community or to follow me on Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or Instagram. SoukupFamily33950's Channel. Upload Subscription preferences Loading...
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Couponing 101 - Learn Realistic Couponing not Extreme Couponing! How To Coupon Stack. Mom Coupon organization Tips. How To Coupon - Home Page - Learn How to Coupon Shop. How to Coupon Effectively - A Beginner's Guide to Couponing. If you're interested in couponing, but aren't sure how to get started, this guide’s for you: Where to Look for Coupons There are lots of coupons up for grabs, if you know where to find them.
By far, the best places to look are: Newspapers- the Smart Source and Valassis coupon inserts appear on a near-weekly basis. The Procter and Gamble insert appears at the start of each monthMagazines- women's publications such as Woman's Day, Red Book, Family Circle and Good Housekeeping frequently carry manufacturer couponsIn store- look for coupons on store shelves, on products and on the back of your receipts. Additional places to look: Online- look to free grocery coupon sites for loads of printable coupons.
How to Keep Coupons Organized There are lots of ways to organize coupons; the key is to find the approach that works best for you. Clipping out all couponsClipping out just the coupons that you intend to useLeaving the coupon inserts intact, and clipping coupons on an "as-needed" basis.