Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
If couponing doesn’t thrill you, study the store sales circular to find coupon-free deals. You’d be surprised at how many people do not read the circular and miss out on the deals.
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.
Watch out for the about-face change by Stop & Shop. One store in Shelton, CT excludes gas cards in its “buy $50 of cards, get $10 back” promo this week. I heard an elderly couple cursing the store when they read that sign! Stop & Shop, please stop disappointing your shoppers!
Take advantage of a great promotion at Stop & Shop: buy $50 worth of gas cards and earn a $10 Catalina good on your next purchase at the store.
PriceRite, known as the no-frills budget-friendly store, is sometimes more expensive than sale items at traditional stores like ShopRite and Stop and Shop.
You may think organic strawberries for $3.50 a clamshell at Shoprite is expensive, but when you find out why you should be eating organic strawberries, you’ll happily pay the price.
Learning curves during my first month on a cash-only grocery budget.
It’s not about what you save, it’s about what you spend. So another distraction I plan to eliminate is my debit card on grocery trips.
Are there any good deals at Stop & Shop in Fairfield, CT?
Our local ShopRite now accepts competitor’s coupons, but…watch the limits on the coupons…you may not get the deal you hope to get in one transaction.
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