In my post about slashing my grocery bill, I shared that the way to save major money is to match coupons with store sales. That sounds simple but, the truth is, it’s a lot of work. Coupons don’t just come in the Sunday circulars anymore. They can be found on internet coupon sites, in magazines, and on Facebook pages, just to name a few. Then there comes the work of pairing those coupons with sales at grocery stores, discount stores, and drug stores. No wonder many people find it so overwhelming.
The good news is that the internet has made all of this so much easier. There are tons of great blogs and websites out there that do all the heavy lifting for you. And while some of them are paid services, most are completely free. They are just Family CEOs like you and me who want to share what they’ve learned and are finding and they will make your life so much easier.
First let me give a shout out to Kansas City Mamas and Penny Pinchin’ Mom. These two are bloggers in my neck of the woods and they share a ton of great info, including weekly coupon matchups at Target, Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, and local groceries in my area. These two have saved me a ton of money over the last few months.
You can check out these two for their national chain matchups but, unless you live in the KC area, they won’t be much help for your local grocery stores. Here are some places where you might be able to find bloggers in your area who will blog about things that will help you out:
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