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Printable Coupons

Last night at work our "theme" was money saving ideas and we handed out a great sheet with different tips and examples. Like one was the difference between buying a store rotissery chicken at about $7.00 - $10.00 for a 3 pound bird and buying a whole roaster chicken and cooking it at home.

The kids also talked about ways their families save money at home. One boy said that his mom gets the paper and clips coupons. I told him that there are a few places online that you can print out coupons and he wrote them down. Some of my favorites are:

Another good way to get coupons is signing up for newsletters like at Pillsbury.

What are some of your money saving tips for the grocery store? Do you have favorite coupon sites? Let me know!

1 comment:

Jen C. said...

Hmmmm....I'm doing a talk on this for our MOPS group in two weeks. Seems they think I'm a bit of a coupon queen. and load ecoupons onto your Kroger affiliated stores. is similar to, but I find most of their coupons don't specify "do not double or triple."

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