If you’re one of those people who are looking to save money during the holiday season, start couponing. Using coupons is a great way to save some extra cash and keep your budget in check. Follow these simple tips that will help you learn how to coupon and save:
Use digital coupons, coupon apps, and e-coupons
If you don’t have the time to clip coupons, try couponing apps. These apps make it easy for you to find and redeem coupons online. Many local grocery stores allow you to add digital coupons to your store cards. All you have to do is click the items you want, buy, and save. You can find digital coupons on major grocery & drug store sites like Family Dollar®, Dollar General®, Publix®, Kroger®, CVS, Walgreens®, Target®, and more. This holiday season, try couponing online to save time and money.
Get the Sunday paper & check sales flyers
The Sunday newspaper is a goldmine for couponers. You can find all the latest coupons and sales flyers for Black Friday and beyond. Grabbing a Sunday paper every week is one of the cheapest and smartest ways to save during the holidays. Scan the ads to check where you can get the cheapest turkeys and other grocery items as well as items on your gift list for less. You don’t need to clip all the coupons from the inserts. Just pick the ones you need and head to the store.
Check the store’s coupon policy
Plan your shopping
While couponing is a great way to save some extra cash, there are other techniques that you can use to save more during the holiday season. These include:
- Stocking up on items that you’ll need for the holiday season when there is a BOGO sale
- Doing some research and discovering which is the cheapest place to shop for groceries
- Signing up for your favorite store’s email newsletters to get sales and deals alerts
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