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Hi, I’m Karen
#Blogger, #Couponer, #Product Reviewer
Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I have been blogging for 5 years! A lot of my friends use coupons. They say anyone who uses coupons can save money. I decided I wanted to save money also and would try using coupons too. They are right! Using coupon(s) CAN save you MONEY!
I clip coupons from the inserts that are in the Sunday newspaper. Have you heard about the “digital coupons” load-to-card offers you can get? Stop and Shop supermarket offers this! It’s another way for you to save on your groceries! It’s FREE to sign-up! You create a username/password and enter your #stopandshop card number. On the top of the page, you click on Coupons, and a bunch of digital coupons will appear. You get to choose which coupons you want to load to your #stopandshop card! I save between $60 to $90 in my weekly grocery trip which includes digital coupons (load-to-card), manufacturer coupons, and the coupons listed on the store flyer! I enjoy looking for and finding great deals at the lowest price possible, and/or for free, and sharing my deals with you!
I have started with getting 2 newspapers/week. The coupon inserts arrive in most Sunday papers and I get an extra set from Saturday’s paper as well 🙂 You can ask your friends and family for their coupon inserts if they don’t use them so you can get more savings (coupons).
RedPlum now Retailmenot
Proctor and Gamble
Tip: You can talk to a store manager and ask them what they do with all of the leftover newspapers that have inserts in them. If they are just thrown out, ask if you can personally pick them up and get them for FREE (no price)
Tip: Make sure to check the Sunday newspaper(s) for coupons before you purchase it.
Coupons dot com has many coupons to help you save money.
Tip: You are allowed 2 coupon prints per device.