- June 26, 2008 at 11:57 pm #258948
If you watch closely, you will find a lot of things that end up being
FREE after using the coupon. Peanut butter, bread, jelly, salad
dressings, and sometimes hotdogs come to mind, especially when your
store doubles coupons. I pay close attention to items that are on
special at the store & I have a coupon. I’m not really great at it,
but my usual weekly savings is $10+. I realize that’s not a hugh
amount of money, but my grocery bill is always under $60 so I can be
happy with more than 15% savings.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Monica”
> Is it me? I just don’t find a lot of coupons that our family uses.
> imagine saving a lot of money with them. I see a lot of frozen
> icecream (OK, LOVE that but try to avoid it LOL!), the sugary
> gogurts rather than the low-cal versions, prepackaged meal-helpers,
> foods etc. We try really hard to eat non-processed foods and I
don’t see a
> lot of that in the coupon sections.
> I do, of course, use the coupons like batteries,
> cosmetics and paper products. Just not much grocery.
> Am I missing something? Please direct me because our family could
> the savings!
> Thanks a bunch!
> Monica in IL
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