This week’s Mint audit introduces us to Selena, 48, a mom of two living in San Antonio, Texas. She is a community college director and her husband, 51, is a full-time graphic designer who also manages a booming side hustle...
Ok, ok — so we all like coupons. But some people can take couponing to the extreme, learning how to save mega-bucks on most purchases. Read on to learn about our recent experiment in “extreme couponing”.
Extreme Couponing premiered on TLC in January, handing the stage over to individuals and families who are obsessed with collecting coupons and never paying full price for anything. These may not be your typical shoppers, but they can teach all of us a little about being resourceful.
Cooking at home is the best way to save cash, but it’s nice to go out sometimes, too. Check out Frugal Foodie every Friday for a selection of the latest coupons for casual and fancy fare. This week: free macarons and milkshakes, kids-eat-free deals and cheap bagels, among other deals.
Daily deal websites aren’t only for the masses. From adventure travel to high-end shopping, a host of new group discount services are emerging to cater to niche markets. These sites aren’t nearly the size Groupon and LivingSocial in terms of subscribers, but what sets them apart is a focus on markets that so far have been underserved by the daily deal crowd.
Grocery store coupons can shave 30-50% from the average shopper’s weekly bill. As consumers, we’ve become adept at clipping coupons and putting them to work in our local grocery stores and food markets. We don’t do so well when it comes to using coupons outside the grocery store, though. Want to jumpstart your savings for the New Year? Here are seven underused coupons that you can put to work today.
There’s little doubt it: frugality is in, extravagance — out. Coupons are the new black. But will clipping all those coupons actually keep you in the black? Today, we tackle a few questions that are on many shoppers’ minds as they approach the cashier: do coupons really save you money? Can I save without using coupons – and how?
The average coupon user in America is college educated and at least 24 years of age. With more people tuning to coupons to help lower their grocery bill, there still remains a certain stigma when it comes to coupons. Let’s bust the top six myths about coupons.