See a penny pick it up – right? Well maybe some would not pick up a penny, but what if it was a dollar? It’s likely most people would pick up a dollar they saw laying on the ground and the same should be true for using a dollar off coupon. It’s still a dollar in your pocket and it really does add up.
First of all, don’t be ashamed to use coupons. Frugal is in – cheap is chic! You can laugh all the way to the bank at those not using coupons.
Let’s say you use five dollars in coupons every week that you go grocery shopping. Thats twenty dollars a month or two hundred forty dollars a year. That’s just from coupons – and probably on the lower end of what you can really be saving by using coupons.
So what kinds of coupons should you use? Look for coupons for things you buy on a regular basis. If you can find several coupons for these items even better. Combine these with a sale and your really saving money if you can stockpile these items.
Where do you get these coupons? You can find coupons in your local Sunday paper or in mailings. A great place for buying bulk coupons is ebay. You can buy coupons from people that are making money sourcing, clipping and mailing you coupons. There are other coupon clipping websites as well.
See below for links to several places you can print out grocery coupons online for free and other sources: