In recent times, couponing has become extremely popular as more and more households try to find new ways to tackle the challenges of living in a difficult economy. People are trying to curtail their expenses on groceries and other household items.
To a seasoned couponer, coupons are as good as cash. But how can we learn more about the process and expand our skills? That’s where books come into the picture. There are some excellent books on couponing to help you become a better couponer, and we’ve covered them all in this list.
Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey
This is a book that will have you hooked from the beginning. It isn’t a book Target®ed at advanced couponers but rather covers all the basic couponing concepts comprehensively. At the same time, it’s also inspirational, entertaining, and funny! The title also dispels myths related to couponing.
How to Shop for Free
Kathy Spencer and Samantha Rose, both queens in the couponing world, offer clever advice in this bestseller. They tell you how to get bargains for free or next to nothing while shopping. Plus, they also deconstruct terminologies such as blinkies and tearpads.
The Coupon Mom’s Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bills in Half
Stephanie Nelson is a household name in the couponing world, given her appearances on shows like Good Morning America and The Oprah Winfrey Show. If you’re looking for advice on how to save thousands on your annual grocery budget, this book is for you.
Couponing Made Simple
Christi the Coupon Coach guides the reader through a new mode of shopping — one that will help you save on your groceries. It also covers all the couponing essentials.
Instant Bargains: 600+ Ways to Shrink Your Grocery Bills and Eat Well for Less!
This book will teach you to shop more efficiently, from online shopping to taking advantage of loyalty programs.
All third-party names (including company and service names), graphics and logos used here are trademarks or registered trademarks of such third parties. Use of them here does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by such third-parties.