I’m sure by now you’re familiar with many of the money-saving ideas we’ve shared in many of our older posts (see below) and you’re itchin’ to add something new to your money saving repertoire.
Fortunately, there are a ton of ah-ma-zing resources available on the internet. And lucky for you, I’m posting links to a few of my favorites right here in one convenient location.
So, without further ado….
Here are two sites that will be exceptionally helpful for those of you in the Southeastern region of the U.S.:
I Heart Publix If you’re a Publix shopper this site will be your best friend in the money saving game. And, if you’re not a Publix shopper you may change your mind after a quick look around. Yes, it’s that awesome.
Souther Savers As the name implies, this site covers multiple Southern stores (not just grocery stores). Jenny, the website’s coordinator, takes all of the leg work out of matching deals with coupons. The “Learn to Coupon” page should be your first stop if you’re just starting out. You’ll also find several helpful videos for making your couponing-prep time more productive.
A quick google search scored these two great finds for the Northwest and Midwest areas:
Another handy-dandy coupon site that I love is The Coupon Clippers . You actually have to sign-up for this site. It’s free to join, but a small fee is charged per coupon purchased. Don’t let the charge deter you from checking it out though; if you choose your coupons wisely you’ll still come out ahead.Check these out and you'll be a money savin' maniac in no time flat! Click To Tweet
Tips for using The Coupon Clippers:
1) Make sure the coupons you’re buying won’t expire before you have time to use them.
2) Go for coupons that will save you more money, e.g., $1.00+ off or 50¢ off if the stores in your area double.
3) Be mindful of the order cut-off times listed on the site. For example, if you’re wanting your coupons for a Saturday shopping trip then you’ll need to place your order before 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday for the Wednesday mailing.
But keep your eyes peeled while you’re out, too!
Many, many stores these days have digital coupons available these days. Make a list of the stores you frequent, check out their websites, sign up for any programs they may have (they may call them a bunch of things, but you’re looking for something that refers to savings program, or member, or something like that). How they usually work is that you clip digital coupons from their website, or one like ours here, or take advantage of what items they have on sale for that promotion, and then at checkout, when you swipe your card or key in the phone number you used to register…voila! Instant savings!
With the links in this post, a Google search at your fingertips, and an active “saving money radar” while you’re cruisin’ the stores, you’ll be a money savin’ maniac in no time flat!
But make sure to check out these other posts, too! As we’ve discovered yet more ways to save money at the store, we’ve been presenting them in bite-sized chunks:
- EARN Money By Shopping
- 7 Essentials to Saving Money at The Grocery Store
- Coupon Savings Center – find and print coupons on our site!
Know of any other helpful sites? Don’t hold out on us…share ’em in the comment section below!
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