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This post is sponsored by U.S. BANK and Kroger. I love to shop at Smith’s Food and Drug Store aka Kroger. There are many reasons why I love to grocery shop at Smith’s, but the main one is that the savings opportunities are awesome! There are so many ways to save and many opportunities to
Yesterday we got to run to Target to grab a few last-minute recipe items and to check out the back-to-school clearance shelves. A trait that thrifty people have is to look for deals after large event-type sales and holidays. You can save big by buying holiday or back-to-school items after the event has past. We went
Rite Aid is one of my favorite places to shop. Recently, with the new release of the Plenti program there has been a change in coupon policy. So I wanted to share them with you… I save a great amount there through use of the following steps: 1. Use manufacture coupons found in newspaper and online printable
Anita’s Secret Couponing System Video Training Want to save over $45.00 in 35 minutes of preparation each time you go grocery shopping? I will show you how in my exclusive planning video. The online training consists of an easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructional where I share my fine-tuned grocery saving system. I’ve made it really easy to
For me, one of the biggest savings on groceries comes from buying items on sale and using coupons. I have been couponing for years (over 10 years actually) and I save anywhere from $200-$350 a month. I was couponing before the days of coupon match-up sites and was left doing all the research by myself.
Walgreens can be a bit tricky to save money and coupon at. But don’t let that discourage you because the deals there can are AMAZING (especially during big sales and Black Friday). I’m often getting household supplies, make up, even food for 40-100% off there. When people hear that they are surprised because it’s actually kind
How to Get High-Value Gift Certificates on: Restaurants, Travel, Services, Goods, and More for FREE!
As many of you know, I love to find great deals! But good deals on more expensive items and services such as: travels, house cleaning, restaurants, entertainment, etc. are hard to find. When I found about about yourFREEtree I was pretty excited. It’s got a huge database of coupon/gift certificates for goods, services, and even
As an experienced couponer I usually prepare for about 30-60 minutes before going to the store. Yesterday I just couldn’t do that. We had just gotten back from a 4 day trip and we were out of milk, eggs, bread, veggies, fruit etc. So I went shopping with my coupon book and my smart phone