Posts from the ‘My Coupon Passion’ Category
As the title states this blog post will contain some really helpful websites that I have found.
The first one will probably be familiar to you.
I think it is very helpful and best of all it is free! Spend some time to get to know the ins and outs of this website, you will be glad you did!
Along with the great deals listed, that you will find for your local stores, it also has access to internet coupons. These can be printed and used at most stores. Other than the paper and ink used during printing, they are free!
The second website that I use on a regular bases:
This site does cost, but the cost is minimal compared to the amount of time it saves. I never miss a great deal. They do have a 4 week trial period. If you could please give my name and email (email@example.com) as a referral. It will help me! I don’t get paid, just reduces my cost of the problem.
This site has an option of printing coupons,too.
The following site will give the whole years list of expected coupon inserts that are found in the Sunday paper.
The following two sites are in a forum type website, with store list similar to the ones on grocerygame, but they are free, and the deals are listed sooner. They don’t always have the total list of deals and freebies, but they are helpful none the less.
Gonna llist some other helpful websites but just random:
I really hope you find these helpful!
If you have any questions, just email me.
Also, if you find a dead link, let me know.
I have embedded some still photos that will explain the tools needed to set up a coupon binder.
I. You may have seen my coupon binder(the first video, check below).
A. Of course, you will need a binder large enough to hold the amount of coupons you are willing to work with. I buy three newspapers on Sunday, so I have a large inventory of coupons! You can still save a lot of money, even if you buy one paper on Sundays!
B. You will need dividers for each section of items.
C. You will need baseball card holders, 2 pencil holders, binder clips, paper clips.
II. You will need the tools found in the following picture.
A. Magnifying glass
B. Reading glasses
E. Stapler and staples
III. You will need the coupon sections out of the Sunday paper, or magazines, store coupons, or internet coupons.
That concludes the still photos for setting up a coupon binder.
I will post the final videos as soon as they finish uploading to youtube.
Please leave a comment!