3 Articles That Will Save You Money

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We have three useful articles buried deep in the archives here that you may have missed if you only check the Daily Deal newsletter or the front page of the site.

These articles are almost guaranteed to save you money if you apply the principles that you learn to your routine shopping trips for food and other essential items.

CVS 101 – A Beginner’s Guide
I’ve been doing the deals at CVS for over a year now. You can get some incredibly nice stuff and everyday items for cheap and oftentimes completely free if you play the “drugstore game” like is explained in this article. There’s even an example in there (based on an actual deal that I did) to help you learn how everything works.

Accumulating Coupons: Information and Resources
This is a guide that will tell you just about everything you need to know about how to collect coupons including quite a few references on where to get them online.

How To Slash Your Grocery Bill At Publix
I wrote this based on my personal experience of how I have up to 75% on grocery shopping every week. If you don’t have a Publix store near you, this information will still apply to any store that does Buy-One-Get-One Free specials.



There Are 7 Responses So Far. »

  1. sounds like a good deal, thanks

  2. I don’t like this, I like my free samples to try and start using new products. I feel I just lost a day of Daily Deals!

  3. sure I like to save even more money with these coupons!

  4. Yes, this is valuable information…but not near as fun as free samples. Mixed emotions :/

  5. who doesn’t love to save!!!

  6. Im an avid shopper, and welcome any and all tips and tricks to saving a nickel here and there 🙂

  7. i hope this stuff really works

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