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Author Topic: Coupons, I don't leave home without them  (Read 178 times)

loriwilfords

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Coupons, I don't leave home without them
« on: February 08, 2007, 03:15:52 PM »
Some people may be pretty averse to coupons, but in my case, I always endorse it to homemakers who want to save on the grocery funds. I can't seem to leave that money untouched. Anyway, it doesn't mean I
grab all sorts of coupons.
I understand how time-consuming it could be just leafing through all sorts of newspapers and magazines to save up a seemingly small amount. Sensible use of coupons would mean going through pages that already contain the products that you are interested in. By being choosy, you don't only save money, but much of your time too.