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Using Coupons at the Grocery Store
Coupons from grocery stores are the quickest and easiest way to save a whole load of money on you grocery bill. By using coupons, you’ll literally see the cost of your groceries fall as you wait at the cash register, waiting for your bill to pop out with the cheapest groceries ever! A lot of people don’t use grocery coupons under the pretext that it takes a lot of time to cut out and organize, but it takes only a bit of time to prepare your coupons, and it ‘s well worth for the saving you get!
There are 3 places where you’ll be able to catch hold of grocery store coupons. Manufacturers coupons will generally be found in the Sunday paper, and store – brand grocery item coupons are generally found in the store’s promotional material like leaflets. In addition, both these types of coupons can be printed off your computer through their websites!
The ideal way to use your grocery coupons is when there’s a sale on the item, so that you’ll be able to get a mega savings on the item. If the sale is really low, you may even get the item for free!
The most important thing that you should remember when going to the grocery store with your coupons is that you should organize your coupons and plan which ones you’re going to use when. Organize the newspaper coupons by the week or type of coupons so that you can easily locate them before you go to the grocery shop. It’s also a good idea to bookmark the grocery sites which give you discount coupons so that you can quickly print them before you head out to the grocery store.
In my case, I make sure that I take 20 minutes before heading off to the grocery store, and take out my coupon file and look at all the coupons. I plan my meals for the week depending on the coupons I have. In case some of them are near their expiry date, I take them along also, so that I could put them to use.
I then compare the sale ads to the coupons which I have. If there are any coupons which match, I take them too along with me so that I can make use of them to get extremely cheap groceries.
As you start using grocery coupons, you’ll really feel that you have more money in hand than before, even though you don’t seem to have cut on your grocery spending!