Some stores are easier than others to coupon at. And, if you’ve just started to coupon, it can be helpful to know which stores are easier for you to use your coupons at so you aren’t dissuaded from couponing altogether.
A couponing newbie is someone who has never used coupons in the past. In this case, it’s best to start couponing at the stores you already visit, like Target® and Walmart®, to do your weekly shopping. It can really help to be familiar with what the store offers and its policies when you are new to couponing. If you are not aware of the coupon policy of the store, it’s a good idea to check the store’s website or contact customer service. Make sure to also ask if the store offers double coupons, if they have limits, etc. when you contact customer service.
A beginner couponer is an individual who may have used a few coupons in the past but doesn’t usually remember to or make it a point to carry coupons with them to use at stores. Beginner couponers also don’t understand how coupons can help one save even hundreds of dollars over the course of the year. If this is you, the best stores that you can use your coupons in are the ones that will allow you to double your coupons and also offer low prices. A great store that you could check out is Kroger®. They have pretty amazing sales and their prices, even on a daily basis, are likely to be lower than that of competitor stores. It’s also a good idea to ask friends and family, and do your research online, to find stores in the area that have good coupon policies and low prices.
Couponer in training
A couponer in training is a person who has used coupons regularly in the past but hasn’t really seen much savings. A couponer in training is likely to be dedicated and disciplined but just lacks the know-how to do it well. If you think you are a couponer in training, the best store for you to be shopping at is CVS. The store offers a number of freebies and helps you build a stockpile. Once you see your grocery bills dropping, it’s likely you will be more motivated to coupon.
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