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Coupons: Become a “Super Couponer”

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Saving with Coupons –

On any peaceful Sunday morning, while the rest of the world is asleep, Tiffany Ivanovsky can be found actively recruiting one of her seven children to help her clip coupons from the Sunday paper. Ivanovsky, the 35-year-old Texas housewife featured on TLC’s “Extreme Couponing,” began using coupons on a whim after her husband lost his job a few years ago. What began as a way to save a few dollars on grocery items has resulted in a virtual second income for the family. By diligently clipping coupons and timing her purchases, Ivanovsky now estimates she saves over $1,000 a month on her grocery and toiletry items, a burgeoning fund she hopes will eventually put her children through college.

Frantically clipping coupons and scouring the internet for deals might sound a bit obsessive, but the savings are well worth the time and effort. In fact, extreme couponing has emerged as a welcome lifesaver for families struggling to stay afloat in today’s tumultuous economy.

Stockpiling and Saving Tips –

Initiation into the “super couponer” club begins with a shift in shopper mentality. Savvy shoppers who follow these essential couponing rules are bound to enjoy major monthly savings:

1. Time your purchases and only buy items on sale. Purchase as many sale items as you can carry home; you’ll always have a need for pantry staples such as rice, sugar, condiments, and canned food.

2. Use manufacturers’ coupons to purchase items that are already on sale and watch your savings multiply. Several grocery stores also double or match coupons on certain days, allowing clever shoppers to score amazing deals. On a good day, super couponers can load up their cars with groceries that are essentially free.

3. Comb the internet for coupons and deals. Several websites now cater to the extreme couponing trend, and shoppers can print coupons for items they like. Another option is to go directly to the manufacturers’ websites for featured deals.

4. “Like” products on Facebook and have coupons sent directly to your inbox. Since many companies are turning to social networking sites to advertise their products, visitors who “like” the products on their pages often receive substantial discounts as a token of appreciation for their support.

5. Make room in your home or garage for a stockpile of groceries and toiletries. As long as you buy sale items in bulk, you’ll have immediate access to your favorite products, and the money you save will continue to grow.


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