Coupons For Groceries
What other better way are there to save money beside this? Just do a quick search using any search
engine on methods to save money and almost always using coupons would be one of the method being suggested.
Coupons.com is one of our favorite coupon site of all time and is strongly recommanded to anyone whom want to
start saving on their food and grocery.
1) they have a very huge database of different coupon to choose from
2) The coupons are updated everyday
3) Coupons = Saving!!!!!
What you have to do is download the coupon printer after registering and just shop around for the
coupon you want. You can find them by zipcode, product catagory. After selecting all the different coupon you
wish to print, just click on the print coupon button on the top and bring the coupon down to the store. Each
coupon would an equivalant of $0.50 - $5 savings! Just imagine how much you can save if you are to
shop with 10 different coupons each time.
Visit Coupons.com to start saving now.
In case you are new to using coupons, below is an article i got from ehow with instructions on how to use
Purchase the smallest size of a product when using a coupon. If you have a coupon for $1 off, and the small
size of a product costs $2 and the larger size costs $3.50, then buy the smaller size. You will only spend
$1 total instead of $2.50. Buy the larger sizes when you do not have a coupon to take advantage of the
lower per-unit cost. Remember, the goal of coupons is to lower your overall grocery cost, not to raise
Use coupons to buy items that you normally use. If you are already planning to buy a specific item, a
coupon is the icing on the cake. If coupons make you purchase items, which you do not normally buy, are you
really saving money? The exception is if the coupon truly is an exceptional value or the product is on
Bring coupons for a variety of brands of the same product. Say you need dish washing detergent, and you are
not particular about which brand you buy. Bring several coupons for different brands of soap, and use the
coupon for the soap that ends up being the best buy. Flexibility about brand loyalty will help save money
at the grocery store.
Shop at stores that offer double or triple coupons. There is no sense in using a 40-cent coupon at a store
that does not offer double coupons when you could have gotten 80 cents off elsewhere. An exception to this
rule—if you find a grocery store which does not offer double coupons, but it is so cheap in general that
the overall price of a product is still cheaper when using a "regular" coupon, then switch to this grocery
Take all your coupons with you to the grocery store organized in an accordion file by product type. Even if
you are not planning to buy toilet paper, the store may be having a phenomenal sale on TP, and you may want
to buy a package. The deal is made even sweeter if you also have a coupon on hand for the sale item.
Consider the value of a coupon. If a coupon demands you buy a large quantity of an item, divide the amount
of the coupon by the number of items to get the per-item discount. Then ask yourself if this a good deal.
If you buy four boxes of cereal to get $1 off, you are only saving 25 cents per box for four boxes of
cereal that you may not even need.
Consider generic products. Often they are cheaper than name-brand products, even with a coupon. This author
finds generic flour, sugar, foil, sandwich bags, over-the-counter medicines, milk, cheese, canned veggies
and rice to be just as good as their name-brand counterparts. Do not let a coupon lure you into buying a
more expensive brand name if an equally quality generic brand would suffice.
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