An annual government report says that parents will spend $226,920 raising a child from birth to age 17. $2,310 is spent annually on food alone per child!
Wouldn’t you agree that applying coupons to your everyday spending can save you (at a minimum) HUNDREDS?
With these tips you are well on your way:
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- Get a newspaper subscription to your largest, local paper OR purchase the Sunday paper.
- Remove from the newspaper all of the sales circulars and coupon inserts.
- Skim & scan through the coupon inserts. Skim & scan through the circulars. Find any coupons that match any of the sales items? Figure out how much you’d pay for that item. If its cheap or free, go grab it at the store!
- Don’t get rid of those coupon inserts. Clip what you need and leave the rest in tact. Eventually a sale will occur on those items that have coupons and you can score more savings in the future!
- Print coupons—choose the coupons that you will use now, and will use in the near future. Most printable coupons have a print limit. If you see it today, you may not see it tomorrow.