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Clipping coupons

September 13th, 2008 at 08:21 pm

I've been reading up on coupons tonight (yes, I have nothing better to do on Saturday night!).

I think of clipping coupons as something my grandmother did, scissoring out good deals on products she would never buy, but storing all the coupons carefully categorized in a special wallet that was inevitably left at home on grocery day.

My life seems so different from hers, with our haphazard stops at the local 24-hour Sobey's on our way home from the subway. We also dismiss coupons because it seems they're for "unhealthy" foods, but several sites I've read tonight are quick to point out that's not true.

Interesting links I don't want to forget:
-save.ca has several manufacturers signed up, and will let you pick weekly coupons to have mailed to you
-A&P/Dominion have a page where you can print coupons
-the grocery coupon guide has some good introductory material on the how-to side
-GrocerySavings is a cool site that lets you see the best flyer prices, plus historical data, for five stores in my area (three are within walking distance!) - I signed up and created my list


More thought will need to go into this!

2 Responses to “Clipping coupons”

  1. Cindy Says:

    Coupons are great! I buy them in bulk from the coupon clippers. It looks like your in Canada (?) so this may not work for you. Ebay is another great place to buy coupons. I have a post on my blog about coupons if your interested. Just click my name to see my blog.

  2. fern Says:

    hey, welcome to the site, by the way!

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