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Coupons = Savings for Busy Moms

Imagine saving hundreds of dollars at the grocery store every year simply by using coupons. You don’t have to be an extreme couponer to save money.

Finding coupons at your fingertips has never been easier.  Here’s how to get more bang for your buck with using coupons:

  • Online - many Web sites offer printable coupons. Some include: smartsource.com; boodle.com; coolsavings.com; livingcheap.com; mycoupons.com; coupons.com; currentcodes.com; coupons-coupon-codes.com; and allfreecoupons.com. Search the Internet to find additional sites that offer coupons.
  • Store apps- check your stores for apps that will show sales and allow you to make a shopping list.  By planning ahead and sticking to your list, you will be able to resist impulse buying. 
  • Store’s weekly ads - Weekly specials and coupons may be available at the front of the store or at the customer service counter.
  • Peel off coupon stickers - These are attached to some products themselves.  Be sure to peel off the coupon and give it to the cashier for immediate savings.
  • Coupons on the back of your receipt or from the Sunday paper
  • Manufacturer coupons found on or near shelves
  • Bonus coupons- coupons and rebates near the front of the store or on the store bulletin board

Watch a short video about the three P's of coupons: plan, prepare, and purchase.  Be more organized the next time you shop and maximize your savings.

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