Current Walmart Deals as of 7/31

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Here’s an updated list of deals you can currently snag at Walmart.

Hot Wheels Cars 2 Pack – $6.94
***Use the $4/1 found here – $2.94


Herdez Pork Rinds – $1.68
***Use the $1/1 found here – $0.68

Herdez Tortilla Chips – $1.98
***Use the $1/1 found here – $0.98


Herdez Corn Tortillas – $1.48
***Use the $1/1 found here – $0.48


Tone Body Wash – $2.97
***Use the $1/1 found here – $1.97


Welch’s Summer Sparkling – $2.48
***Use the $1/2 found here – $1.98


Angel Soft Lotion Facial Tissue – $1.17 – $1.37
***Use the $0.50/1 found here, here or the 7/28 RP (expires 8/28) – $0.67 – $0.87


Hefty Slider Freezer Quart Bags 15 ct – $0.97
***Use the $1/2 found here or the 7/28 RP (expires 10/31) – $0.47

Hefty Slider Freezer Gallon Bags 10 ct – $1.96
***Use the $1/2 found here or the 7/28 RP (expires 10/31) – $1.46

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Target: New Store Coupons = FREE Right Guard Xtreme Products AND $0.49 Schick Hydro Silk Razors

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Check out the new Target Store coupons that popped up this evening…

$2/1 GE Light Bulb pack
$1/1 Axe Body Care item (excludes trial size)
$5/1 Hamilton Beach kitchen appliance
Get 2 FREE SodaStream syrups with the purchase of Soda Stream soda maker
Buy 1 Get 1 50% Room Essentials Decorative Pillow
$2/1 Right Guard Body wash or deodorant
20% Off Xhilaration bedding item
$1.50/1 Aquafresh Extreme Clean Toothpaste
$3/2 All Laundry Detergent AND Snuggle Fabric Softener
$1/1 Uni-ball Mechanical Pencil or Pen
$2/1 Conair You styling tool

$3/1 Schick Hydro 5 Refill or razor
$4/1 Schick Hydro Silk Refill or razor
$2/1 Bic Disposable Razors 3-ct Soleil Bella or Flex 4
$1/1 Energizer Batteries AAA or AA 20-pk
$1/1 Playtex tampon items 36 to 50-ct

Also, check out the coupon stacks on Schick Hydro Silk Razors & Right Guard:

Schick Hydro Silk razor $8.99 (regular price – may vary…

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Arby’s: Roast Beef Classic Sandwich Only 64¢ (Today Only!)

REMINDER! Cheap roast beef at Arby’s today! Thanks, Hip2Save!


Just a reminder!

In celebration of their 49th anniversary, Arby’s is offering up the Roast Beef Classic Sandwich for only 64¢ today only, July 23rd! To snag this offer, head here, enter your email address, print your coupon, and then head on over to your local Arby’s restaurant.

Fine Print: Offer not valid with any other coupon or offer. Offer valid for 1 Roast Beef Classic Sandwich at $0.64. Limit 1 coupon per customer. At participating locations only. Offer not valid for Arby’s employees. This offer is valid ONLY on 7/23/2013. While Supplies Last.

(Thanks for the reminder, Coupon Pro!)

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In the market for a Windows 8 Touch PC?

Walmart is offering a $50 Gift Card when you purchase a Windows 8 Touch PC, with 12″ screen or larger, while supplies last! Prices start at $459 for an Acer Silky Silver Aspire laptop PC. While supplies last.

About a minute ago, I received this in my email and thought, “Oh, I’d better share this on my new blog!” Now, as I’m reading more about these PCs, I’m feeling myself tempted by them and my mind is already working hard to justify why on earth I would ever need a touch PC! LOL!

What’s a good ‘reason’ I could tell the hubby as to why I need one?

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Organizing Your Coupon Collection

There can be so many coupons to manage, especially if you get several inserts each Sunday. Organization is such an important part of maintaining a high savings percentage! Here’s how I keep my collection organized:


I get 12 papers each week; 6 for our family stockpile and 6 to help fill the shelves of my church’s stockpile. I file these in a file box chronologically and by family name. All Smart Source are filed together, then Proctor & Gamble, then Red Plum. I also color coded the folders with a different color for each family, but I’m a little OCD, so don’t feel it’s necessary; manilla folders will do just fine. I write the date on each folder IN PENCIL and once the inserts are expired and purged, I simply erase the date and re-use that folder. coupon file box

When I get my inserts each week, I scan through them and clip any that I KNOW I will use. Like Almond Milk. It’s all I drink. I must buy it whether or not it’s on sale. So all Almond Milk coupons get clipped and filed loose. I also clip all “HOT” coupons, like free items, BOGOs, and coupons I just KNOW (from experience) will mean a future freebie or even a moneymaker. The rest get collated, clipped together with a binder clip and filed into folders in my file box.

binder clipEach clipped set has the family name, source and date written in abbreviations on the front page with a black Sharpie. Of course, inserts from different papers can’t be collated together, so since I have 2 sources for inserts, I have 2 sets for each Sunday. When coupon inserts are collated, it’s much quicker to find the coupon you’re after and clip all copies with the same cut! inserts front cover

EXAMPLE: In my Smart Source folder for July 21, I have 2 clipped sets of inserts. One marked “SS 7/21 FLx6” and one marked “SS 7/21 MJx6.” In other words, SS = Smart Source. 7/21 = July 21. FL = Florida and MJ = Milwaukee Journal. And the number of inserts I have is 6 from each source.

(I no longer keep All You magazine coupons in my file box, the photo of my file box was taken last year when I replaced my old beat up file box with this new one.)


There’s always some loose coupons that need organizing. For years, I used the binder method. Eventually, I just hated all the time I spent putting all my loose coupons into those little sleeves, only to take them out again when they expired. I also didn’t like lugging it around with me and I especially didn’t care for the looks I would get when people realized I was one of those “coupon binder” people. My new method saves so much time and so much space in my coupon bag.

I have 2 small clutches, one for Food and one for Non-Food, that I use to organize loose coupons by category. I found them at Walmart for $3.97 each. Most dollar stores carry something similar, but I find they wear out too fast for clutches

The FOOD categories are: Produce. Snacks & Candy. Bread & PB&J. Canned & Condiments. Pasta & Sauce. Soup & Broth. Baking & Spices. Breakfast. Sides & Rice. Drinks. Refrigerated. Frozen. ** In the FRONT of Produce I keep ALL FREE ITEM COUPONS, that way, I don’t forget about them and can always find them in one place when I need them. (Produce coupons are filed BEHIND the Produce tab.)

The NON=FOOD categories are: Beauty. Feminine. Hair & Body. Shaving & Deodorant. Oral Care. Baby & Pets. First Aid. Medicine & Vitamins. Paper & Plastic. Cleaners. Air Fresheners. Miscellaneous.

MY COUPON BAG coupon bag

Inside my zippered shoulder bag I keep a scissors, business cards, a pouch for each store I shop at and the 2 coupon clutches of loose coupons.

coupon bag clutches


I have one pouch for all local coupons like my local car wash, local restaurants, movie passes, etc.

coupon bag entertainment pouch

I have 3 GROCERY STORE POUCHES: Pick’n Save, Piggly Wiggly, and Festival Foods.

coupon bag grocery pouches

I have 3 BIG BOX STORE POUCHES: Walgreens, Target and Walmart.

coupon bag department store pouches

Inside each pouch is EVERYTHING pertaining to that store. My store loyalty card, store gift cards, the store manager’s business card, Register Rewards, store coupons, store maps, and store phone numbers. Each pouch must also have a pencil! When I see target coupons in the inserts as I’m collating them, I clip them and place them right into my Target pouch; that way, I know they’re always there. If I find a Piggly Wiggly coupon in the newspaper, I clip it and immediately place it in my Piggly Wiggly pouch. Once in the habit, it’s so easy to stay organized!

What’s your favorite method of managing your coupon collection?

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Biotene Mouth Rinse Moneymaker at Walmart!

Biotene Mouth Rinse Moneymaker at Walmart!

2 oz. Biotene Dry Mouth Oral Rinse $.97 each

Use $1.25/1 ANY Biotene MQ (found inside pamphlet on display)

Final price: $.28 moneymaker!

Spotted these at our Walmart in Plymouth, WI in the health & beauty department; the pamphlet is hanging on the front of the display bin. Anyone else find this deal at your Walmart stores?

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Three Deals & a Cranky Lady

Today, after church, as yukky as I felt, I headed out to a few local stores to take advantage of some of the new sales for the week.

First stop was Target. Here’s the deal I was after:

10 SoBe Lifewater, $1.00 each

Earn $5 Target GC wyb 10

Earn 5% off from Cartwheel APP (Limit of 4 like items) (Takes off $.20)

Earn 5% off for using a Target REDCard (Takes off $.75)

Final Price: $14.05 or $.47 each

july 21 target sobe dealI bought 30 bottles; there are 6 people in our household, so 30 bottles won’t last long. You can bet we’ll be at Target a few more times this week to stock up. Next time I go, I’ll buy another 30 and use the $15 in Gift Cards I earned today to pay only $15 at the register and then I’ll leave with another $15 in Gift Cards! In the coupon world, this is called “rolling.” I’ll go on truck days, (Monday, Wednesday & Friday) to be sure there’s plenty on hand; I don’t want to clear any shelves. 

Next stop was the local Piggly Wiggly, a grocery store here. They allow 10 double coupons with a $25 purchase on Friday, Saturday and Sunday each week. Here was my plan going in, as I try to always go in with a plan to avoid getting flustered…

5 Vidal Sassoon Shampoo/Conditioner, Sale $2.49, had a $1/1 coupons to double

5 French’s Flavor Infusers, Sale $1.99, had a $1/1 coupons to double

1 Filler item costing $2.60 to bring me to $25, out of pocket would have been around $5

I walked in the store, grabbed the 5 French’s; so far so good. Next, I went to the shampoo aisle and the shelf was EMPTY! I found an employee and asked if there were more in the back, no such luck. Pivotal moment right here – do I find something else to buy or abandon ship? My mind starts racing, thinking of the few things I actually NEED to buy…. I need tortilla chips, milk and fresh fruit. So I head over to the produce department, first to the ‘reduced produce’ section where I spot a 10 lb. bag of potatoes for $.99 and put in into my cart. I open my flyer and see there’s a store coupon for $.99 cantaloupe, so I grab one of those too. No other produce I need, now what? Head over to the chip aisle and find that Tostito’s are on sale for $2.50, which is a fair price (and something that rarely, if ever, has coupons), so I calculate that I need 6 bags to get myself over the $25 mark. So now, it looks like this:

5 French’s Flavor Infusers, Sale $1.99, had a $1/1 coupons to double

6 Tostito’s Tortilla Chips, Sale $2.50

1 Cantaloupe, $.99 with in ad coupon

1 bag potatoes, $.99 clearance price

But then, I remember, I have 3 coupons for $1 off Orville Redenbacher bagged popcorn orville redenbacher bag popcornthat would double and I find it on the shelf for $3.09, which means $1.09 after coupons. Hubby just LOVES popcorn, so I’m happy to try this brand at such a great price! I take 3 of those and put back some of the tortilla chips and head for checkout. Now it looks like this:

5 French’s Flavor Infusers, Sale $1.99, had a $1/1 coupons to double

2 Tostito’s Tortilla Chips, Sale $2.50

3 Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn, $3.09, had $1/1 coupons to double

1 Cantaloupe, $.99 with in ad coupon

1 bag potatoes, $.99 clearance price

By this time, I’m still calm, cool and collected, but realize I need to check out and exit the store soon. The store is swamped; so much so that when I walked in I thought there must be something big going on. Knowing the store is so busy, I make absolute sure my coupons and store card are all in order before stepping into line. Of course, the lines are God-awful busy, but the shortest is the Express lane. Sign says ‘Limit 15 items’ and I have 12 so it’s a go. Before I finish putting my items on the belt, I look up to see the lady behind me giving me ‘the look.’  angry ladyYou know the one; the look non-couponers often give couponers when they see coupons in their hand.  Oh, and she was shooting flaming arrows right out of her eyeballs directly into my chest! I could tell she was fit to be tied because her body language was just short of aggressive. The cashier rings me up, takes my coupons and promptly informs me that my Orville Redenbacher coupons say ‘Do Not Double’ and that they can no longer double those. Wait, what?!?! Our Piggly Wiggly has always doubled all coupons, I didn’t expect this. I think fast, I’m in the Express Lane with an angry shopper behind me, and ask the cashier to please take the 3 bags of popcorn off (I can’t possibly pay $2.09!) and ring up 4 more tortilla chips (back to the original plan) and she does so. The register tells her she needs manager approval because of the removed items. This all took a matter of about 18 seconds to occur, but apparently the lady behind me just didn’t have an extra 18 seconds in her day and got a little verbal, “Can’t you open another lane or something?! Uh! Geesh!” she says to the cashier. She then angrily takes her few items off the belt and stomps over to another lane. I mumble under my breath, “Geez lady, you’re not going to die. Really.” The cashier just laughs and shakes her head.

We finish checkout and I push my cart aside to go grab the extra 4 bags of tortilla chips and on my way back to my cart, I spot angry customer lady still standing in line, tapping her foot, with ten foot flames shooting out of her ears. angry lady with falmes Holy Human Pressure Cookers Batman! I was sure she was about to become a victim of spontaneous combustion! Has this ever happened to you? Have you ever been given ‘the look’ while using coupons? Or have you ever given someone ‘the look?’

Next stop, Walgreens. I’m after these deals:

Cottonelle Wipes, July Sale $1.99

Had a $.50/1 manufacturer coupons to use

Had a $1/1 store coupons to use (July Booklet)

Final Price: $.49 each!

m&m chocolate barm&ms Candy, Sale $.50

Had a BOGO manufacturer coupon to use (Buy one m&ms, get a m&ms candy bar FREE)

Final Price: $.25 each!

I throw 6 packages of wipes into my cart and head over to the candy aisle. After a visual scan of the shelf and a short chat with the employee standing in the aisle, I realize they don’t carry the m&ms candy bar.  Darn. Gotta scrap that deal. Sucks, I’m running low on candy… 😉

I go to checkout with my 6 containers of wipes and without warning, I hear the ‘beeep!’ beeepThe dreaded-by-every-couponer-on-earth beep. Ugh. The register is saying, ‘coupon does not match item’ when the cashier scans the store coupon. The coupon clearly states “$1.00 off Cottonelle Fresh Care Wipes 42 pk.” The cashier calls over the manager who also agrees, the coupon clearly matches the item I have which is indeed a 42 count package of Cottonelle Fresh Wipes. cottonelle fresh care wipesManager tells the cashier to manually enter the coupon, apologizes for the ‘stupid computer’ and walks away.

Here’s what I think was happening: Cottonelle has this new product in their line, cottonelle flushable claensing clothsalso a 42 count package, but for some reason, (probably the fancy odd-shaped package and the fact that they’re called cleansing cloths instead of plain old wipes), it costs close to $5.00! That’s 12 cents per wipe! Highway robbery! I think the store coupon is intended for this new product, but they failed to clearly distinguish the difference in the wording of the coupon.  Needless to say, I have 6 coupons left that I was going to use on a different day, but knowing I’ll have to deal with the beep at the register, I think I’ll just be happy with the 6 I bought today. Of course, with 4 bathrooms, they won’t last as long as I’d like, but it’s better than the four letter word all couponers hate – FULL price.

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In between all of this, while perusing the aisles, I played Coupon Fairy and left some coupons on the shelves for others to enjoy! 

july 21 coupon fairy

How was your shopping weekend? Score lots of deals? Any drama along the way?

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From ho-hum couponer to Savvy Saver Extraordinaire!

When I started couponing, I would sit with my weekly store flyers, spread them out all over the table, and try to match up the sales with the coupons I had from my measly local newspaper. Vary rarely was I able to save over 30-40%. Eventually, I figured it’s much less time consuming to just shop at Wally World where I can get food, clothes, and household items all in one place for a decent price (forgot to mention, before couponing, I hated shopping). Then one day, while doing research on the internet, I came across the concept of Extreme Couponing. The very first site I came across was The Krazy Coupon Lady; within minutes of following her beginner’s info, I ordered her book. (Later, once I money clip with couponsdecided to teach classes, I emailed and asked for a few books to share with the folks in my coupon classes. They sent me 2 free books!) I was beginning to see that there was a completely undiscovered side to couponing and I couldn’t wait to learn as much as I could. In no time, I was out there couponing with the best of ‘em!

One evening, several months in, I gathered 8 friends around my dining room table, with a well-thought-out one-page agenda, and started teaching the concepts I had learned over the previous months. Concepts like saving 50%-90% on groceries, getting things completely free, and yes, even MAKING MONEY on certain purchases. One friend was completely overwhelmed with the information I shared and never even began, but the other 7 are still avid couponers to this day. Little did I know that evening, but this new journey would take me places I would never begin to dream, let alone, believe.

After a few months of ‘extreme couponing,’ I realized that while the coupon blog sites were helpful for national stores, there weren’t any that focused on my local stores, mainly Piggly Wiggly, Festival Foods and Pick’n Save. There are many blog sites on the internet, most of which focus on a national audience, but we needed something more local and personalized to our local experiences. The blog sites are many, and so many of them are doing an amazing job at coupon blogging, it just didn’t make sense to start yet another coupon blog site. Ever really take a look at how many ladies out there call themselves “Coupon Queens?!” In 2011, I started a facebook group for couponers and the rest, as they say, is history.

I chose the group name after much consideration. I had seen the TV show “Extreme Couponing” and was disgusted by some of the greedy behaviors featured on the show and wanted to be sure I didn’t represent that style. Not only is it completely unrealistic to shop the way they do on the show, but why on earth would any household really want hundreds of bottles of mustard or a garage that looks like a grocery store? Instead, I wanted to show people REAL LIFE strategies for saving money and stretching every dollar they had worked so hard to bring home. And I wanted to bring that LOCAL feel that most of the national sites were lacking.

It’s then that “Savvy Savers of Sheboygan County” was born.Savvy Savers Logo

Before long, the group was growing and we were sharing insider tips for our local stores. “Go to the south side Walgreens and find this item on clearance!” Or, “The north side Piggly Wiggly says they don’t want couponers shopping in their store!”  Or even, “Watch out for Judy at Store X, she HATES couponers!” We would post ‘haul pics’ of our shopping trips to help others know what deals are out there. Whatever was happening locally, our members were talking about it and using the information to tailor their own shopping and couponing experiences. I also started writing articles to help people learn the skills I was teaching in my classes. I had help along the way from fellow couponers and from my always-supportive husband, and they always made me feel I was offering a valuable and much-needed service.

After the first year, we had grown to over 1500 facebook members. I was proud to say that I was founder and administrator of such a popular group and before long, everyone wanted in. Along with the growth I was seeing, I was seeing alarming habits starting to form. Some members began doing things that were clearly unethical, most of which appeared to be driven by greed. coupon hoard You see, there’s this natural ‘thing’ that happens to humans when they figure out how to accumulate things for free (professionals call this ‘collecting behavior’ but I won’t even to attempt to bore you with the psychology of it all). They become mesmerized. They find themselves wanting more. Suddenly, 20 bottles of salad dressing isn’t enough and they push forward in their quest to own hundreds instead! They lose sight of reality and setting limits and in the end, accumulate more than they could ever use in their lifetime. Now, granted, some people take that surplus and turn around and donate it, but I feel they are the minority. The more my facebook group grew, the more this behavior surfaced locally. I was learning that this was a downside to having a local group; we knew each other, shopped at the same stores, held play dates with the kids together, and all lived within the same 20 mile radius. We were able to witness, on a weekly basis, the shopping habits of others in the group. And let me tell ya, some of them weren’t pretty…

The day that changed my perspective on everything was a normal shopping day that occurred weekly. With the help of other members, we would be in regular contact with store managers, feeding them information on what items were HOT and they would order accordingly. Several stores allowed us to ‘pre-order’ items so we didn’t need to take large amounts from the shelf. It was a win-win situation for stores and shoppers alike. On this particular day, I stopped to chat with a store manager after completing my weekly shopping, along with a close friend who was also responsible for our weekly contact with the managers at that location, and we were saddened to hear what he had to say. He was upset. In fact, he was pissed. running with cartHe had witnessed Savvy Savers acting foolish in the store that morning (running, pushing, etc.) and gave us a stern warning that if it continued, he would put a stop to all of it; his exact words were, “If you’re not careful, the actions of a few will ruin it for everyone.” All we could do was offer our apologies, which didn’t hold much weight because as it turned out, those people weren’t even Savvy Savers after all. Because our local group had grown so large, all couponers were now assumed to be members of my group. We left the store that day with a large pit in our stomachs. This was a tiny, tumbling pebble in what would soon become an avalanche…

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Oh, you’re a “Coupon Queen?!” Yah, so is everyone.

Are you a ‘Coupon Queen’ or a ‘Coupon DRAMA Queen?’ This new blog will allow us to share our stories about the everyday ‘drama’ that arises in the couponing world. Welcome Queens! coupon queen crown

I’ve been a couponer forever, but took it to a higher level in 2011 when I began teaching coupon classes at my dining room table. You see, I’ve been a penny pincher, a tightwad, a cheap skate, a ‘whatever-you-wanna-call-it’ my entire life. My guess? It stems from growing up dirt poor; I learned at a very young age that every penny counts and can sometime mean the difference between a full tummy and going to bed hungry. I’ve also been a great ‘teacher’ my entire life; I’ve always had the ability to teach others in a way that helps them completely understand the topic I’m teaching. giving hands

Lastly, I’m a giver. There are givers and takers in this world, and I am most happy being a giver, in fact, I experience GREAT JOY being a giver. So when I stumbled across new ways to save a few bucks on everyday things I could share with those in need, I just had to start teaching others. Not only was I teaching the biblical principal of stewardship, but I was able to give in ways I had never dreamed of AND help people learn the skills needed to become givers as well, if they so desired.

Back then, if you had told me there’s drama in the couponing world, I would have said, “No way.” But Holy Understatements, Batman!!  There. Is. Drama. By nature, my life is drama free; I had certainly experienced enough drama growing up that by the time I left home at the tender age of 17, I didn’t need even one more ounce of it ever again. Additionally, I’ve always leaned toward the more mature crowd, who tend to have much less drama in their lives. When I began to experience it in the couponing world, I started to feel an internal struggle brewing. Normally, I would see drama and RUN the other way and never look back. But with couponing, there is SO MUCH money to be saved and SO MUCH giving I can do, I just can’t leave. So, I’ve learned to accept that every so often, a drama queen or two enters into my world, and I must learn how to face them instead of running away. And here’s where the internal struggle becomes harder – I am NOT comfortable in confrontational situations. As much as I’d like to ‘tell ’em like it is,’ I try to always take the high road, smooth things over, and remain ‘nice.’ On the inside, I just want to yell, “LEAVE, Drama Queen, LEAVE!” drama queen

After several years of couponing, teaching coupon classes at my church, and sharing my bounty with as many people as I can, drama has started to really set in around me and change the way I do things. Do I continue to stay connected to those out there making a bad name for couponers? Or do I push forward, teaching the sensible and savvy way, while ignoring them? At one point, I wanted to make a small, part-time career traveling around teaching coupon classes. I had no interest in starting yet another coupon matchups blog site; Lord knows there are already so many and a lot of them are doing a fantabulous job! So many options, floating around in my head…

For the past several months, I have prayed and contemplated what’s to come next and last night, after a long discussion with my husband and while drifting off to sleep, it finally came to me, clear as ever. I sat up in bed and declared, “I’ve got it!” light bulb And here I am today. Starting this blog. My goal is to share my real life experiences, some of the past and some yet to come, in the couponing world. I’ll also post some deals and hot tips and heck, I’ll even throw in a funny story here and there. My hubby is an author on the site too, watch for his writings under the Hubby category. And of course, there may be some random crap mixed in as well, knowing me. Hang on, because what lies ahead promises to be fun and entertaining and heck, you will most likely learn a few things along the way, too!

Oh, and hey! Please comment below and share your stories with me and my readers! I’d bet each of you has a funny/angry/heartfelt story about your couponing adventures that you could share with the world right now. person typing

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