Saving Money will change your life! Learn how to save money on groceries by using coupons, find tips for how to save money, and recipes for feeding your family on a budget.
It doesn’t matter if you are saving money on toothpaste or designer jeans. It is possible to live on budget and have great quality items and feed your family quality meals for less. These tips and tricks are designed to teach you about saving money, give you great Do It Yourself Ideas, Recipe Ideas for feeding your family on a budget and more.
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One of the FIRST Things I tell people when they start using coupons is to find a copy of the Store Coupon Policy and print it out, it’s always a great idea to keep these with you when you are shopping in case you encounter problems at checkout. I also recommend reading and making yourself familiar with all the rules in the policy so that you can abide by your specific stores policies.
Here’s how you can find a coupon policy quickly for each of the stores I cover here on Passion For Savings:
Start by putting your mouse over the “Shop By Store” Link in the Menu Bar. You should see a list of all the stores we cover show up. You can also visit the Grocery Stores Page to get started. Click the link for the store you want to print a coupon policy for.
Once you are on the store page, look under the Store Name, you should see a link that say’s “View Coupon Policy” – Click that link to take you to the Details of the policy.
Each Store Coupon Policy page lists the Details of the coupon policy and any tips we have on shopping that store, there is also a link in the first paragraph that will take you directly to the information source so you can print your own policy. Keep in mind, it’s a good idea to print your coupon policy DIRECTLY FROM THE STORE WEBSITE so that there isn’t any question about the information or policy, it’s also a good idea to write the date the policy was printed on the front so you can replace your policy every few months or anytime the policy is updated.
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