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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

I Could Go On & On

I could go on and on about Walmart but I won't. For those of you who haven't read my post about Walmart, you can do so here. Anyway, I have been so sick and tired of getting very little groceries, for my money.  Even when I shopped at Walmart, I still didn't do so good.  I have gotten so tired of battling the prices of groceries.

So I started to do some research cause I have heard of people cutting their grocery bills.  So while doing my research I can across two great sites CouponMom.com and PassionForSavings.com  I am hoping that everything I have learned from these two sites will really help me buy more than I could before. These sites teach you to use coupons in conjunction with sales to get an even lower price.  Yes that sounds like a lot of work.  However, you don't have to do the matching.  CouponMom has a database.  They do the work for you.  They find the sales and tell you where you will find the coupons.  Last Sunday, I bought 3 newspapers but the coming weeks I will probably just buy 2.  The money I saved this week did almost pay for my 3 newspapers but at $2 a copy now I'm not sure if I want to keep buying 3.  Anyhow I also learned something also when I went to Krogers.  I'm not going to bother with their digital coupons unless I don't have other coupons.  Because the digital coupons you load onto your Kroger card, they don't double.  So unless I find a high dollar coupon or it is for something I have no coupons for, I am done loading those digital coupons onto my Kroger card.


You WILL save money. And you'll scratch your head as you watch people ahead of you in line pay full price, wondering why the heck anyone would do that. ;)

Good luck and have fun with it.

I have tried it one time so far :). I liked seeing those savings. I didn't do too bad first time out. I had almost $8.00 in savings. I am still building up my coupons but not bad at all.

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