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● This exhaustive couponing ebook covers the basics of couponing that will teach any person how to save money on their groceries. ● Find out where to get free paper and digital coupons on a weekly basis! ● Modern day couponing has reached a new level! Get to know the top rebate apps such as ibotta, Checkout 51, SavingsStar, and Fetch Rewards that will save you even more money after your grocery trips. ● The common theme of the art of couponing is combining sales, coupons, and rebates for the most savings! ● Learn what to do to prepare for your grocery trips, what to do during them, and how to be ready for anything at the checkout lane. ● Learn how to stay organized in using all the coupons and rebates that fit your needs and wants! ● Learn how to track important dates such as when new store circulars come out, when sales you want are going to end, and when coupons you want to use will expire ● Learn to track your desired groceries, the aisle in which they are located at your favorite grocer, and price and savings specifications based on the sales, coupons, and rebates you find. About the Expert Kendra Snead is a self-taught coupon expert and freelancer for Upwork. She has loved writing since she was eight years old and has been passionate about couponing since she was eighteen. Couponing is now her part-time hobby that saves her family money on groceries every month. Graduating with her Bachelor's in Behavioral Science in 2017, Kendra is forging an entrepreneurial path to becoming a blogger writer for her own blog called the DocuQueen. She is a twenty-four-old stay-at-home mother to baby Rai and married to Shaun Snead who is a Substitute Teacher for a local school district. They happily reside in Southern New Jersey. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
Want to save money on the items you buy every week? Want to learn how to find deals without spending hours looking for them? Want to leave a store with money in your pocket? Then it's time to start couponing! Saving the most cash isn't just about clipping those paper coupons from your weekly newspaper. Today, the couponing world is expanding, with endless options like rewards cards, online coupons, loyalty programs, and group deals. But what should you choose to make the most impact on your budget? That's where The Everything® Couponing Book comes in! This book--the most comprehensive of its kind--teaches you how to find incredible deals and stretch your purchasing power with a combination of coupons, rebates, rewards points, and in-store sales. And you'll learn how to create your own game plan, depending on how much time you have to devote to couponing. Inside, you'll find money-saving information on: How to read and interpret coupon fine print Organizing a couponing system and locating the best deals How to reduce the amount of time you spend looking for coupons and deals Saving big on entertainment, travel, and dining 100 budget-friendly recipes that maximize each grocery dollar With a focus on the rise of online and social media deals, The Everything® Couponing Book is the most comprehensive couponing resource available. You'll never pay retail again!
Partly autobiographical,Whats with all that stuff,cacjohnson!#@! (A Shoppers Guide to Better Shopping) a shopping guide with a twist thats a very real,a very personal and a very sincere discussion with the author about stuff plus shopping tips she learned from family and friends at a very young age.While it becomes apparent that the author had a love for stuff and shopping at a young age, she digs deeper into the reasons that she attributes to loving stuff and shopping. Perhaps "Men are from mars and women are from venus" but when it comes to shopping the author aver "I shop;therefore,I am." Above all,the author quickly becomes a shoppers guide to better shopping with the assistance of some very familiar family habits including grocery shopping,back-to-school shopping & holiday shopping tips,ultimately,to expose "whats with all that stuff?"
What is couponing? Where can I get coupons? How can I start couponing? Does it really have benefits for consumers? Well, if you seek to find answers to those questions and many more, keep on scrolling down. Your solutions are just lines away. Everyone is a shopper. But what distinguishes the best buyer from the worst buyer is the amount charged on the receipt for equal quantity of items. From the candid depiction of ways to make the most of coupons, reading this book promises a bounty of knowledge to shoppers. New buyers feel the urge to lower their monthly shopping costs yet lack substantial knowledge about couponing. Do not feel left out, this guide provides answers to get you started and going for a long time. Apart from the tips of couponing, the Couponing 101 outlines some of the gross mistakes we make during shopping. I totally agree that “no man is to error”. Conversely, addressing some common errors in your shopping behavior will earn you more savings each month. Find out more and you’ll definitely enjoy every trip to your favorite stores. About the Expert For over 10 years, Natalie Fahey has affirmed remarkable skills in written work. She started as writer in 2005 after joining the university. She hadn’t thought that what she wrote for fun could actually be used as a source of income. Being reluctant to join the freelancing community, she opted for editorial work within the institution. After consultation, she ventured into online writing as a hobby and as a part time work. Being a mother of two, her passion for shopping made her to embrace couponing as a saving strategy. She rarely purchases an item without capitalizing on the available discounts. Her periodic trips to stores do not only replenish her stockpile but also instills extensive knowledge about couponing. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
Not everyone is an extreme couponer. Most of us just want to save some money--not let clipping coupons and scouring the internet for deals take over our lives. For all the savvy shoppers out there, Kasey Knight Trenum has written Couponing for the Rest of Us. She knows that money is tight, food prices are going up, gas prices are closing in on unbearable, and people have better things to do than spend every spare minute (if they have any) obsessing over costs and coupons. She also knows coupons just happen to be a tool that can save a family hundreds of dollars every month and ultimately improve a family's finances and its future. Couponing for the Rest of Us shows readers •where to find coupons for what your family eats •how to make the internet do the work for you •how to find sale cycles and store match-ups (and what those terms mean!) •how to reinvent your shopping strategy and toss your lists •how to make grocery shopping less stressful--even fun! •how to turn money saved into money shared •and much more If readers want to save money and time, this book is a gold mine.
A concise guide to paying as little as possible from an experienced coupon commando! Total before coupons: $230. After coupons: $38. Mary Potter Kenyon has spent over thirty years making the most of high-value store coupons, manufacturer coupons, company refund offers, and double-coupon days to get much more for her dollars—not to mention the satisfaction of successful bargain hunting. Sometimes, most of the merchandise in her cart winds up being free. In this entertaining mini-guide, she shares her expertise and her passion for price-cutting. Learn the history, uncover the science, master the lingo—and pick up a few tips yourself to save a buck on next week’s shopping trip!
A fascinating history of this marketing tactic, and why some shoppers take it to extremes—from a longtime expert couponer. Coupon Crazy examines the phenomenon of avid coupon use and the socio-cultural and socioeconomic factors that construct it. By delving into the history of couponing, refunding, the science of shopping, and the dark underbelly of a coupon world the average American doesn’t even know about, Mary Potter Kenyon manages to both fascinate and educate. Readers will meet today’s “Coupon Queens” (and Kings) and learn about an era when trash really was cash. Not just an observer of this ethnographic research, Mary lived it for over thirty years. “My favorite aspect of the entire book was the candid tone Kenyon takes in sharing her story and others. As someone that both uses coupons and teaches couponing practices, I found the book triggering self-reflection at many points: Do I purchase products just because they are on sale? Do I devalue products I’ve gotten for free? Do I allow coupons to inform my purchases or the other way around? If you are a couponer, it’s quite possible you’ll find yourself reflecting on your own shopping habits as you read this book, too.” —Angela Russell, The Coupon Project
Allie Bryant and her identical twin sister Fiona are the best of friends. Although the girls are polar opposites at school, Fiona a popular athlete and Allie an introverted scholar, they have an unbreakable bond that no one outside of their own world could understand. One terrible night, Fiona is stolen from Allie's life. Fate and poor choices cost Fiona the ultimate price. Allie is left alone to reenter the world without Fiona's support. Everything Allie thought she knew about herself, her parents, and her twin comes into question. When she discovers Fiona's hidden journal, Allie realizes that Fiona had hidden many secrets. She comes to the frightening realization that she didn't know Fiona nearly as well as she thought. The mystery surrounding her sister's life and choices weighs heavily on Allie as she journeys through her grief. Her parents' struggle makes her own pain almost insurmountable, if it weren't for an unexpected friendship Allie finds with a young man. Shaun has found peace with a similar loss in his life and helps Allie find her way through the dark. In spite of chaos and loss, Allie finds the value of family, friendship, and her own gifts. Following Allie through her first year without her sister, The Long Goodbye asks the question, how does one continue to live without the person they lived for?