Saturday, August 29, 2009

Wireless Grocery Coupons Come of Age- More Ways to Get More for Your Food Dollars

Be on the lookout for the next generation of e-coupons for grocery savings to be coming your way in the very near future. Grocery coupons have a gone wireless and are now being delivered to recession weary consumers via your cell phones, email, Twitter, and Facebook.

Grocery marketers have come up with increasingly aggressive and cheaper methods of grocery coupon distribution at very low costs making their offers reach further and be of higher value to consumers than ever before.

Imar Inc., a coupon processing company, has seen the use of electronic coupons double in the last year. Be it from the economy or the easy of use e-coupons represent, consumers seem to be catching onto the savings that paperless coupons offer.

Here’s the really cool thing about paperless coupons if you happen to be a bit technologically challenged, most grocery chains offer the option to load your savings directly to your store savings card instead of your iPhone. So if perchance, you have not yet invested in the latest techie toy to get your coupons, don’t worry, you won’t get left out on the savings.

To start getting your free electronic grocery coupons, go to your favorite grocery chain’s website and register your store savings card. You will start getting offers right away

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Why You Need Tons of Grocery Coupons to Save Big Money

If you have ever wondered why you need to go to the trouble of clipping tons of grocery coupons to save at the grocery store let me share with you the reason. You need the volume to have enough coupons to maximize your savings.

Let me explain. It takes both time and effort to find those really good deals for items that are either free or about 20% of the full shelf price you would nomally pay for food. What if you could get 10 times or 20 times the milage out of your efforts?

This is where the big savings is in coupon shopping. Those fantastic deals that give you a lot of free or deeply discounted stuff every week. There is only one way to get this kind of savings, and that is to maximize your savings potential with multiple like coupons for each offer.

Where to you get multiple like coupons?

1. Multiple copies of the Sunday paper
2. Free printable coupons online
3. Free electronic grocery coupons online
2. Coupons in the mail
5. Advertising found on coupon trading boards online

All of these resources are worth your time and effort. The more coupons you can lay your hands on, the more milage you will get out of each super deal you can find. Case in point, I just "bought" 32 jars of peanut butter this last week for a whopping $1.79 when it was all said and done. What did I do with all that peanut butter? I saved half a dozen jars for my family, and donated the rest to the food bank. Total savings $92.42 on just one really good sale item. I might also add that there were 4 other sale items with double coupons which were just as lucrative last week.

Try it, you will never go back to shopping the same way agian when it is so easy to eat virtually free.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Where to Find Cat Liter Coupons Free

If you have cats you know how much money you can spend on cat liter without a cat liter coupon everytime you need to buy. Here are 3 places to get free cat liter coupons whenever you need them:

1. Check the box or bag of the cat liter you are using now. More often than not there will be a coupon stuck on the package for your next purchase.

2. Check the boxes and cans of cat food you have laying around. You will usually find a cat litter coupon hiding there too.

3. Check the Sunday paper. Cat liter coupons are printed nearly every week. If you are not picky on which brand you use, then you should be able to find a coupon here on most weeks.

Finding high face value cat liter coupons is not at all difficult, you just need to know where to look.

Happy Bargain Huntig!

Monday, August 3, 2009

Can You Eat Free for a Week Using Grocery Discount Coupons?

I had a shocking revelation the other day as I looked at a freezer full of free frozen dinners I "bought" over the last few weeks with a wad of grocery discount coupons. I started thinking about if I could put together a plan for how to eat well totally for free if I wanted to. Sort of a starving student meal plan on steroids if you will.

I lived on not much while I was in school and was pretty accomplished at eating cheap, but could I eat totally for free if I needed to for say a week or longer?

I reasoned, as I thought over this idea, that having a blueprint for eating without the benefit of funds would be valuable information for anyone on a super tight budget. So here is the deal, over the next month I am going to be looking to compile a list of the best and easiest ways to eat for free. Some of the ideas will utilize grocery coupons, and some may not.

I'm really looking foreward to this challenge and hoping to find lots of success to share with you all. Stay tuned for my results on how to eat for free using grocery discount coupons...and not.