Wow, what a sale at ShopRite. Can’t say that about many stores in this day and age as grocery prices continue to rise. Be sure to get to ShopRite this week and next for the big stock up sale on various items. It’s worth the trip to build up your 2013 grocery stockpile!
After attending a couponing workshop last night, I realized that there are still so many questions people have about how to use a coupon. Here are some questions that were asked last night and here are my answers.
Though I carefully read Couponmom.com religiously, last spring I ended up getting CVS ExtraBucks Fatigue. My mind was just not willing to do the mathematical gymnastics and equations required to shop at CVS. But then “need” overcame my CVS avoidance.
A recent article in The New York Times Magazine about couponing inspires yet another uncalled for hailstorm by misinformed couponing critics. Before judging, know that a majority of couponers shop the outer perimeter of the grocery store aisles using a combination of coupons and sales.
Register now for a coupon class at Fairfield Woods Branch Library for Januarty 23rd, 2012.
To all frugal shoppers–don’t shy away from shopping the sales and coupons at Whole Foods Market. Even this store has super sales for their super quality meats, fruits, and veggies. Now that food prices are due to rise in 2012, scouring sales and coupons is more important than ever, especially if you want high quality food on the table and in your body.
ShopRite opened in Fairfield, CT today to a crowd of anxious shoppers who were looking for a bargain or two. Watch out for tricky signage when it comes to prices.
Criticizing couponers and TLC’s Extreme Couponing show is just ridiculous! There are worse problems in the world to complain about. After the sticker shock of that little shopping spree, I vowed to get back to couponing asap.
Stock up sales going on at CVS and Rite Aid, plus freebie aerator at Home Depot.
There’s nothing much left at Shaw’s except a lot of toilet cleaners!