Online Coupon Class: How to Find Coupons

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  1. Laurie says:

    Thank you so much for putting all your time and effort into this! I have watched the first 2 videos and, I am looking forward to watching the rest…especially on how to organize the coupons. That is where I have problems! God bless!

  2. Joyce says:

    Hi, I have just finished the first two (2) lessons for couponing and I realized that there is a lot of time involved to get good deals, but I believe it will be worth it. So, I am going to use your instructions to save a lot of money in the future.

    Thanks for your classes!!

  3. ShaRon says:

    I think the days of extreme couponing are nearing extinction. I knew that day would be coming as a direct result of the TLC Extreme Couponing series. But for those of us who just want to save 30 to 40 percent on our groceries and pharmacy items, there may still be ways to do that. But be prepared for even more stringent couponing tactics and limitations by retailers and manufacturers. The tiny, tiny fraction of shoppers who go to extremes in their couponing have endangered couponing for us all.

    1. Roni says:

      I agree. I thought it was just our area so it’s good (but bad) to hear all the new limits are other places also. I’m really new at this but it seems with Thanksgiving just a few weeks away the coupons have really dropped in value as well as sales just aren’t “sales.” Is that typical of the holiday season? And will it be this way til both big holidays are over? Just wondering whether to keep moving forward or just “chill” for a while? Thanks for you advice.

  4. Jennifer says:

    Could you please add Albertson’s info and matchups? Thx!

  5. Donna says:

    I am amazed at the monumental but yet valuable information about coupons.
    Thank you for taking your time teaching all of us whom enjoy saving money.

    On my very recent first time clipping and printing coupons, shopping at the different stores, one in particular, Walgreen’s. I was totally shocked at the savings I received..

    For example: Beauty Products, Household and food.

    This info comes right off the receipt of things I usually buy each month or at least every other month.
    Herbashine Hair coloring kit X 2.
    4 oz of FX wild serum for hair buy one get one free , 13oz Organic shampoo, buy one get one free.

    6 oz Black and or Green Olives with a limit of 4. Which I bought 4.
    11 oz hulled sunflower seeds, but one get one free.
    Orbit Gum x’s 2 and or Orbit mints x2.
    8 QT Potting soil limit 2
    Walgreens coupon savings = $8.26
    (WAG) Advertised savings = 8.98
    (MGF)Coupon Savings = 7.00
    Total Savings = $24.24


  6. Claudia Albertson says:

    In our area, most of the coupons have limits on them , they state NO trial size and you have to be very careful to read the fine print…they are very limiting. I am not trying to burst anyone’s bubble here, but I have not been able to anything as it is stated on here. Our local Wal-Marts don’t have numerous products that are posted…it is very frustrating. Our local Kroger only doubles some coupons and will not accept more than one coupon per item, same with our Target stores.

  7. Katherine Petillo says:

    New to coupon savings and I just listened to your first two lessons. They were a great help.

    Great information

  8. Stephanie says:

    FYI……..not all inserts are the same. Depends on where you live. A friend of mine who works at a convenience store saves all the coupons inserts from the Sunday papers in our area as they just get thrown away. On 1-30-11, there were different SS and RP inserts. I have found this to be frustrating as I am trying to match up coupons as it may say, RP 1-30-11 and I look in my insert and that coupon is not in there. So, this may be something to add to your tutorials, that the inserts can be slightly different depending on where you live.

    Love your website and have enjoyed the tutorials.


  9. Frieta says:

    What an awesome resource for learning to coupon. I’ve been couponing for 3 years now but find myself learning something new about it every day. I have a lot of people constantly asking how I do it when they hear about the deals I’ve gotten. I’ve never been comfortable in the role of “teacher”, but I’m going to be sending lots of folks to your site for this tutorial. Thank you so much!

  10. Lisa says:

    I’ve just moved to northwest AR from CA. Back home I had four subscriptions to our Sunday paper so I could collect coupons. Which newspaper do you recommend, and are there any subscription deals that you know of?

    I am a huge fan of and I saw that she often referenced your website. I’m glad to have as a great resource in my new home. Yay!

    1. Heather says:

      Hi Lisa,

      Sorry for the late response but I receive the Morning News and I have the Daily Subscription since the Grocery Ads come in the newspaper on Wednesday. I do a lot of Price Matching to save time so that has been worth it for me.

      Hope that helps and So Glad you found my site!

  11. Theresa says:

    I enjoyed these lessons. They were packed with information and very helpful.

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