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Day 6: Understanding Drugstores

(Don't forget to start at Day 1 of my Beginners Guide to Couponing)       By this point, you should start to see your stockpile filling up nicely! So far, I focused on grocery stores, but now that you have a good grasp on couponing, lets tackle drugstores. I am going to focus on Rite Aid, Walgreens and CVS. Drugstores can be a little bit more confusing than grocery stores, but you can…

Day 5: Creating your stockpile

(Make sure you read the first few days before going on to Day 5, Click here to get started: Beginners Guide to Couponing! (I will post some better pictures later) Now that you have made it to Day 5, you should feel pretty confident in your new-found skills. You have started to gather coupons, created your system for organizing the coupons, made a shopping list, learned all the lingo, and have…

Day 4: Making your store list

  (If you have missed the first few days of my beginners guide to couponing I suggest you read those first: Day 1, Day 2 & Day 3)   Now that you have had a chance to start compiling your coupons and have read over your stores’ coupon policy,  lets take a look at how to make your shopping list.   Pick the stores in your area to shop at. It is important to understand…

Day 3: Learn the Lingo

**Click here to read Day 1 & Day 2 Before using your coupons you must understand the “lingo.” It may seem a little bit confusing at first, but once you learn the terms it will be much easier. Each week the coupon matchups will look something like this: (minus all the descriptions)   Here is an example:   Ken’s Marinade $1.67 $1/1 5/8 SS =67¢ Ken’s Marinade $1.67 = This…

Day 2: How to use coupons

(If you missed Day 1: How to Start, Click HERE)         I know you have all been dying to read day 2 of my beginners guide to couponing, so here it is!! An important part of couponing is knowing how and when to use the coupons that you have clipped. The key factor here is matching the coupons with your stores’ sales and promotions. You cannot use…

Day 1: How to Start

  To start couponing can be extremely overwhelming. My step-by-step guide will break down all the steps to save you money. Each day I will add a new step in the process with easy “how to” instructions that you can try to get started. If you follow these steps you will be save at least 50% on your weekly grocery bill! I know that many people have tried to start…

Beginners Guide to Couponing

Beginners Guide to Couponing Are you new to couponing - Do you want to save hundreds of dollars on your groceries each month? Are you overwhelmed by the idea of clipping coupons and have no idea where to start? Well here is an easy guide to get you started! Once you have learned the basics on Where to Begin with couponing you are ready for our 8 days of Couponing!…

Shelf Price vs. Sale Price

    Coupon matchups can sometimes be confusing because of the difference between a sale price and a shelf price. Catalina deals (the coupons that print at the register after a transaction) normally work off of the shelf price of an item instead of the current sale price.   Here is an example to make it easier:           *You have to purchase $15 worth shampoo in an order to get…

Coupon Lingo

  Here is some basic coupon lingo that I use throughout the site:   GE - Giant Eagle Wags - Walgreens RA - Rite Aid WC - Wellness Card (Rite Aid) VV - Rite Aid Video Value Coupon SCR - Single Check Rebate (Rite Aid) MQ- Manufacturer Coupon Blinkie - Coupons found in stores next to the item in a small blinking dispenser AY- All You Magazine SS - Smart…

Coupon Policy