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Extreme CouponingMany people ask us for couponing tips. Here is our basic how to guide, aka couponing 101.
Buy two of the widest 3 ring binders you can find and 100 pages of clear baseball card holders. You can find the binders at officemax and the baseball card organizers at toys r us.
Prepare an organization method. We like the one offered from the Krazy Coupon Lady.
Couponing isn't a hobby, it's a job. The time you spend collecting and organizing your sunday paper coupons will pay off in hundreds of dollars in savings and free stuff every month. Just like any job, staying up to date with whats happening in your field is crucial. You'll want to read through coupon blogs such as couponmom.com and theKrazycouponlady.com daily to keep up with the goings on in the world of free and discounted stuff.
You need to understand what you are trying to accomplish, and how couponing works. This is how it all happens: Mixed in your Sunday paper coupons there are manufacturer coupons (Kellogg's, nestle, colgate, etc..) and store coupons (target, kroger, walmart, etc..). The entire goal of couponing is to combine a manufacturer coupon with a store coupon on an item that a store is doing a special sale on. If you have a Manufacturer coupon for $1 off Oreos and a Store coupon for $1 off Oreos and Oreos happen to go on sale for $2.25 per package, you're about to wrangle yourself a package of $.25 Oreos! That is the basic principal behind couponing 101.
Get a lot of coupons. Different sales happen all the time. And grocery coupon websites (such as ours!) make this a lot less difficult. Different coupons get dispersed all the time. And you need to be on top of all of it. The main source for collecting coupons is by picking up 5 - 10 copies of your Sunday paper. Remember the binders you bought? Well you're going to need them. Keep all your coupons organized in the binders so you can easily bring them with you when you go shopping. You'll use the weekly circulars to find out about the majority of the sales going on, but you'll also want to walk the aisles and just look around at what's on sale. Not everything is advertised. After a few months of acquiring and organizing coupons, you'll begin to know what you have and what you don't and you'll really start streamlining the process and developing your own techniques for taking advantage of this system. Of course it goes without saying that this very site you are on is a fine tuned resource for finding any rogue coupon you might be in search of. Our coupons are listed by sellers just like you on eBay. Most coupons are clipped, organized and ready to go. Pick your pile and bid away.
That's about all you need to know. Also look online daily at different blogs and grocery coupon websites to find all kinds of amazing coupons and free offers from different stores and retailers.