How to Use Coupons
to Save Big Money
at the Grocery Store

By: Lisa DeGirolamo

Copyright 2011 Lisa DeGirolamo

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Table of Contents

Couponing Terms you need to Know
Where to get Coupons
Printable Coupons
Store Loyalty Cards
Purchasing Coupons
Organizing your Coupons
Using your Coupons
Manufacturer Coupons
Store Coupons
Stacking Coupons
Coupon Doubling
Competitor Coupons
Coupon Matching
Store Coupon Policies
Meal Planning

Brand Loyalties
When not to use Coupons
Charting your Success
Warehouse Stores & Super Centers

How to Save Money at CVS & Walgreens


We’ve all heard the stories of people going to the grocery store and getting $200 worth of groceries for $50 (a 75% savings). Did we really believe it? How do they do it? Coupons are only 40 or 50 cents each. How many coupons are these people using? What are they buying and is it stuff that I buy too?

The answer is simple. These people have perfected the art or science perhaps, of using coupons effectively to consistently save 50 to 75 percent at the grocery store each and every week. I know this for a fact because now I do it too.

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