Coupons are big business. If you don’t believe me, you only need to look at your Sunday newspaper to understand the power of these little pieces of paper. Coupons have even gained pop culture status with the new reality TV shows featuring extreme couponers buying hundreds of dollars worth of groceries and other items for pennies on the dollar.
But, you don’t have to go to extreme measures to make coupons, coupon codes, and deals help you and your family save money with coupons. You can save a ton! Now is the time with holiday shopping, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the like to score some great savings this season!
You do not have to go to such extremes to save money for you and your family. You don’t have to visit 5 grocery stores a week. And, you don’t need a pantry the size of the Grand Canyon and bulk deals to make couponing worthwhile for you.
Coupons aren’t just for groceries. Now is the time to save a boatload of money with Black Friday and Cyber Monday literally right around the corner.
According to NCS Marketing, a media and marketing services company, almost 80% of consumers regularly shop with coupons. Three billion coupons were redeemed in 2012, and consumers received a collective $800 million in discounts.
Save Money With Coupons This Holiday Season
Scott Elling from CouponPal.com has several incredible tips for saving a ton of money this holiday season by using coupons. We talk about what consumers can expect during this year’s holiday shopping season. On today’s episode of the Money Q&A podcast, “Your Money: Your Choices”. Download the podcast on iTunes!
We talk about Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas sales, and much more. We also discuss how consumers can get the most bang for their buck through coupons, coupon codes, and so much more.
Scott let all of his secrets slip out in this interview! You won’t want to miss what Scott has to say about this holiday season and the deals consumers are going to score! Also find out the super cool and unique way that he saved hundreds of dollars on furniture with this incredible coupon secret that I have never heard of before.
This one secret alone on how to save money with coupons is insane, and I’m saving this best tip just for the podcast. You’ll have to listen to find out how he saved hundreds! I did want to leave you with four other incredible tips on how to save money with coupons that are in the podcast too!
Scott Elling of CouponPal & 4 Great Tips To Save Money With Coupons!
Tip #1 – Has something you bought at full price just gone on sale or have a killer coupon? Ask for a refund of the difference. Many stores will honor coupons even after you have purchased the item.
Tip #2 – Don’t forget about price matching! Price matching can be a great way to save money with coupons, and it is something that we often forget to ask about while in a store. Find out in the podcast exactly how Scott does his own price matching combined with a little showrooming!
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Tip #3 – If you are looking for a great deal, use your shopping cart as a weapon. If you throw items in your online shopping cart and then abandon it, you will often get a follow up email from the website. A lot of times you’ll get a nice coupon along with the email reminder to finish your purchase. That’s a great deal and a great way to save a ton of money using coupons not even available to the public!
Tip #4 – Coupon websites like CouponPal.com of course! Don’t make a single purchase online without checking to see what they have for coupon codes and discounts.
Don’t forget to check out this week’s podcast to find out how Scott saved hundreds on new furniture. I had honestly never heard of this method of finding the best coupons. You won’t want to miss it. Download the podcast on iTunes!
“Couponing For The Rest Of Us” by Kasey Trenum
Additionally, I talk to Kasey Trenum who is the author of the book, “Couponing for the Rest of Us – The Not-So-Extreme Guide to Saving More“. What’s the best way to save money with coupons? Do you need to stockpile groceries? Do you need to run around town to every grocery store?
How can you prevent going into a store with only one coupon in your pocket and coming out with a shopping cart full of items you never truly intended to buy? We also talk about how to stop forgetting about the coupons that you want to use when you go to the store. I interview Kasey on the podcast about getting the most out of coupons for a family like mine and yours. You won’t want to miss this great episode.
“Your Money: Your Choices” Podcast
Roth IRAs, CDs, stocks, insurance, your 401K . . .what are the right choices for your financial future? “Your Money: Your Choices“ will clear out the cobwebs and confusion surrounding these concepts and more with clear and concise information.
You’ll hear tips and tools that you can put into action right now to help save your hard earned income in way that will protect your future for a healthy retirement. Whether you are a single mom or a father of five, “Your Money: Your Choices” will get you on track and put your money back in your control where it belongs!
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Past Episodes Of “Your Money: Your Choices”
- Episode #21 (11-11-13) – How To Get The Most Out Of This Holiday Shopping Season
- Episode #20 (11-4-13) – How Macro Economic Issues Affect All Middle Class Americans
- Episode #19 (10-28-13) – Should You Have A Money Rule And Give To Charity?
- Episode #18 (10-14-13) – Can You Be Too Frugal? Is There Such A Thing As Being Too Frugal?
- Episode #17 (9-15-13) – How Not To Buy Cat Food When You Don’t Own A Cat
- Episode #16 (9-2-13) – Put Your Money Through Boot Camp – Soldier Of Finance By Jeff Rose
- Episode #15 (8-26-13) – What Young Adults Need To Know About Money When Starting Out