You don’t have to go pedal to the metal into extreme couponing to save some serious cash using paper and online coupons. But you can spend a little time each week using these coupon tips to help you start saving each time you shop.
Coupons are just about everywhere, whether that’s in weekly newspaper inserts or even in your daily “junk” mail pile. You’ll also see them in-store, both in the weekly sales sheets at the grocery store or on the shelf - and even on your receipt when you check out.
Online couponing has just about become the norm for a lot of shoppers. Who wants to pay full price when a quick search brings up opportunities to save? Here are a few popular coupon websites:
Most major (and even small) retailers and service-based companies offer individual coupons and member programs that help you save as you shop.
Many businesses offer membership programs that allow you to build up points to use towards later purchases. A quick online search will lead you to points programs at stores across the country, and are even categorized by benefits. For example, this blog article tells you about points programs to sign up for if you have a family, helping you save on everything from clothes to travel to baby supplies. While you may want to avoid signing up for the store credit cards, there are still many opportunities to save with membership programs.
With all these additional coupons lying around, in order to best use them, you need to organize them. Here are a few ways to do just that:
You can also organize your online coupons in a similar manner using your browser bookmarks feature. Create a separate bookmark for each website and set it up alphabetically for quick reference. When you find a new site, immediately move its bookmark to this folder.
It all depends on how much and what type of products you are purchasing. For a family, the savings can add up very quickly. Many coupons require you to buy in bulk. For single or two-person households, using coupons for dried good or household items with a longer expiration date is ideal. In some cases, you can save as much as 50% on your grocery bill. Regardless, a penny saved is a penny earned, and over time, those pennies can really add up.
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