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04 September 2012 @ 12:45 am
some of the tips in here are quite good, actually  
searching for and printing coupons found on the Internet comes in at a close second. ImpulseRead more at location 409

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The two major companies offering weekly newspaper inserts, Red Plum and Smart Source, offer manufacturer coupons through online databases found on their websites (redplum.com and smartsource.com). Users can search for specific coupons by desired category, such as food or beauty, or can conduct a general search that will pull up all deals listed.Read more at location 413

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2011, coupons.com offers a large database of coupons from a vast number of companies, like General Mills, Kmart, Kroger and Clorox. Users can search a specific type of product or all products, check the coupons to print and then print all coupons at the end of the session. Read more at location 416

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Retailmenot.com includes a fantastic Internet browser tool that alerts users to coupons and savings available from the website on which they are searching. Download the add-on, and when you hop onto a website, such as Amazon, the tool will tell you the codes and deals available from that site. This is a must-have for those who shop the Internet on a regular basis.Read more at location 423

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Tjoos.com, pronounced ‘choose’, boasts one million coupons and 10,000 exclusives, making it a great site to frequent before making a purchase.Read more at location 427

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Most stores offer printable online coupons as well. For instance, Target typically has a large database of grocery coupons available from both manufacturers and the store. Go to Target.com and look for the coupon tab by the navigation menu. These coupons can be printed and used at Target. If your grocery store accepts competitor’s coupons, they can also be redeemed at your local market.Read more at location 430

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Two free for use sites have become very popular within the last few years: CouponMom (couponmom.com) and Southern Savers (southernsavers.com). These sites offer users the ability to check off the items desired and, at the end, to create a weekly grocery list by printing the checked products only. Each site combines coupons found in the major newspaper inserts, store coupons and printable coupons found on a variety of websites, such as coupons.com. Drugstore deals found at places like CVS and Walgreens are also listed, since those who master grocery market couponing often move on to playing the drugstore rewards games in an effort to obtain free products like shampoo and toothpaste. Read more at location 469

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Coupon Sherpa, another coupon lover’s site that offers a large database of printable coupons, developed a mobile app that allows users to locate coupons while on the go. These coupons can then be redeemed at the store through either inputting a numeric code or scanning the phone at the checkout line. The app is compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android 2.1 and up and it is absolutely free, making it a coupon user’s dream. Users can search by the product or store name and set favorites so only certain store deals appear. The CouponsRead more at location 527

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GroceryIQ This app, designed for both iPhone and Android, was touted as one of the five hottest iPhone apps available. Users can create a grocery list, customize categories to organize how you navigate the grocery store aisles and enter product quantity and price. In addition, users can choose a category to locate a related coupon. Find additional coupons in the coupon gallery, which holds over a hundred coupons from popular brands. All of this, and it’s free!Read more at location 542

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you must stick to your plan for at least four to six weeks. True savings won’t be reflected until you’ve put in enough time to build a stockpile of food in your cabinets;Read more at location 560

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To complete a quick menu plan, first take stock of what is available in your home – cabinets, freezer, and pantry – and then create a grocery list of items on sale. Next, considering what you have in the house and what you will purchase at the store, find recipes on sites such as allrecipes.com or foodnetwork.com that use the ingredients you have on hand.Read more at location 780

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Create the menu on a sheet of paper separate from your grocery list, but take the menu to the supermarket when you shop, to ensure you pick up everything needed for the meals listed. Then, once home from the store, hang the menu on the refrigerator for quick reference. Check the menu each evening to see what meats need to be thawed or what preparations might be required for dinner the next day.Read more at location 787

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