Groceries don’t come cheap and are not a discretionary item in a budget, but you do have some flexibility as to how you spend your grocery money.
The Better Business Bureau is warning couponers to beware of a scam to steal your information online, masked in a way to save you money.
The Internet is a good source for coupons.
Eating out is one of America’s favorite past times and you can save every time you dine out.
So how do you get what you want without spending a lot? By shopping smarter!
You can get groceries on the cheap and going cheap doesn’t mean you have to lower your standards. It means changing how you purchase those goods and services to keep the things that are important to you.
Smaller companies can get overwhelmed with orders, and customers are not getting the same experience that you would without the deal.
There is no law against selling coupons, but the Coupon Information Corporation is sending out letters to consumers and won’t rule out civil penalties in large cases.
If shoppers are so intent on saving money, why are so many making these little mistakes that can add up big?
Coupons have been around for over 100 years (since 1909).