New to Couponing?

New to Couponing?

If you are new to couponing, this page might help! You might be surprised about the wide variety of items you can get with coupons. I frequently hear people say that there just aren’t coupons for the items they buy because they don’t buy the processed junk. Well, neither do I. But I use a TON of coupons on things like: toilet paper, toiletries, organic yogurt, fruits & veggies (even organic), granola bars, baking goods, cereal, toothpaste, toothbrushes, dish detergent, diapers, the list is endless. Coupons can help keep your budget low. You might be surprised at how many there are – and even the green, organic companies that issue coupons. Start looking! I bet you find some to use.

Wondering where to find coupons? Read here. I’ve got a work in progress list of places to get coupons, online and print.

Wondering where to get the cheapest groceries:
I compare Aldi prices to Lost Leaders here.
And, I compare Aldi prices to Sam’s Club here.

Finally, I talk about PRICE MATCHING at Walmart, here.

Read the ins and outs of shopping at Walgreens .

Read the ins and outs of Menards shopping here.

Need help with terminology:

SS = Smart Source – the name of a coupon insert found in Sunday papers
RP = Red Plum – also the name of a coupon insert found in Sunday papers
OOP – out of pocket – how much I pay for with actual cash from my wallet
Wags – Walgreens