food coupons

Posted: December 10, 2010

People do not usually think about what they want whenever they go to the grocery store. All they know is the need to go and get food. Using discount grocery coupons to save some money while they’re at it is something that never seems to cross their minds. Many people tend to have some negative association with food coupons being treated as free money.

Other people simply do not want to put the time in to find the type of food coupons they need to save money. You would not have this problem if you have the right resource to use. One good place to start would be You will find here organized in one place all the latest deals you would need to start saving money on food right away, without delay.

Four different types of grocery shoppers typically populate a grocery store on a given day. A person can be an autopilot who do not want to use discount coupons. This type likes going to the store and being carried away by impulse, ending up buying a lot of things they did not plan to buy. Then, they absolutely get shocked seeing their as they check out at the cashier. However, this type of person doesn’t mind since their mind is set up on something you do without thinking when going to the grocery store.

The second type of shopper you might have is the variety seeking shopper who wants all they can find. The variety seeking shopper may not want to use online coupons or discount coupons because they feel it will limit their ability to have the type of variety they want. When they go to the store they want to be able to choose whatever brand they want and in whatever size. So they will sacrifice saving money in order to keep their options open. These people can keep their options open by signing up to a good food coupon website such as This way you will still have plenty of variety.

The third type of shopper who may not use food coupons is the type of shopper looking for a buzz. This type can stand in line just to buy the newest gadget so that they can brag that they have it before anyone does. When you are this type of shopper you will buy anything if there is enough buzz put behind it. When something has enough buzz on it, the buzz it capitalized off charges a high price and leads you away from saving money. Do you want to get access to these same buzz items for less? Proceed to now and get online coupons to save on these types of items.

The bargain shopper is the last type who may or may not use food coupons. Even though bargain shopper looks for a good deal, they always want the least expensive. When you use discount coupons, brand name products can also come cheap of even cheaper than some store brands, in which people do not understand. You can find deals on these kinds of items available that are far better bargains. For you to get quality and good price, you need to choose this route. Discount Coupons

Posted: February 9, 2010

UPDATE: We’ve got both winners, Ann and Erin! I spent $57.17 and I saved $135.28. And I still have a $8 Walgreens register reward leftover for this week’s trip! Also note I saved $10 with coupons and free gift cards from facebook promos at Toys R Us, which I added to my saved total already but may have thrown off some of the guesses. My k-mart trip was free after the $10 rebate, plus well I actually made some $$$ on it.  Anyways here the other receipts:

Walmart $15.18 (mostly for Baby Formula which I had no coupons for, boo!)

K-Mart Spent $6, getting a $10 K-mart gift card back! $4 moneymaker!


Walgreens Sorry the Walgreens receipt pictures which are SO fuzzy.

Rite Aid: spent $6.35 and I am getting SCR’s back totaling $11.99

The above items were everything I purchased this weekMy weekly budget of $100 includes everything I buy from groceries, prescriptions, to gifts I buy for my kids birthdays. Keep in mind after going over last week, I compensated for it this week!  Also, if you are new to my site, I stock up on what is on sale, so the reason not much “food” was purchased this week is there weren’t any great sales I needed to get. See here.

Please include in your guess the following which I didn’t get a picture of:
1 gallon milk, 1/2 gallon chocolate milk, 1 dozen medium eggs, 12 ounce frozen strawberries, & $15 which I spent at Toys R Us on my daughter’s 1st birthday present.

Please leave a comment to win one of 2 prizes:
guess how much I saved (rebate savings & coupon savings combined)
& guess how much I spent after rebates and my $13 in Rite Aid gift cards/gift of savings I used

The first person to guess within $5 how much I saved will get 3 coupons for free 6oz pouches of Purina dog or cat food, plus other dog & cat food coupons, $60 total value, etc… mailed to them from me.

The first person to guess within $5 how much I spent will get a3 coupons for free Marcal Small Steps single roll bath tissue, plus 10 other random household cleaner & pharmacy coupons, $50 total value, mailed to them from me.

If you guess them both first, you get both prizes!

I will post my receipt to verify One of my winners from last week emailed me to say she got her coupons, and thought the event was so fun that she decided to hold one on her site as well, here.

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