Save 80%+ on Groceries with Digital Coupons
The average American family spends between $600 and $1,000 a month on groceries, toiletries, cleaning products, clothes, and pet items. You can reduce or even eliminate some of these costs with extreme couponing.
Most shoppers end up normally saving a few bucks off the entire order while handing over less than 10 coupons, but you can actually save up to 80% by combining 3 types of coupons: store coupons, manufacturer’s coupons, and store sales all at the same time. Did you know that you can use a manufacturer’s coupon and a store coupon on the same item and you can use two coupons on a buy-one-get-one-free sale.
At my local King Soopers store, a Crest Toothpaste costs $3.89. Sometimes it goes on sale for $1.80. So I use my four $1.00 off digital coupons downloaded from Coupon Insanity during the sale, and get four Toothpaste at $0.80 each, and walk away with 80% savings. You want to buy a month or two’s worth at once because it might be another month or so before this item goes on sale again.
If you have 4 Sunday newspapers delivered to your home, it’ll cost you $40-$80 a month dependent on where you live. Using digital coupons from Coupon Insanity and other websites, you can get coupons for various brand name consumer products 100% free. Coupons can be printed , or sent directly to your mobile phones, and/or savings cards.