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Coupons: How to Save Money with Coupons & Give Back

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by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (subscribe)
Studied Political Science at Duquesne University. Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute. Self-Taught Cook. Self-Taught Make-Up Artist. Loves Her Loved Ones. Frugal Gal.
Published May 19th 2020
During the past decade or so, couponing became the rage. Also, during the past decade or so, dollar stores became the rage. Why not marry the two?

First of all, where to get these coupons. Yes, there are online couponing websites. But, I prefer the old-fashioned paper kind. Where to get these?

As an example, I can use my public library. There is a box on a shelf where patrons may give coupons or take coupons. If you would like, why not ask your local library if they would do the same?

On to the best place to use these coupons? Dollar Tree is the most famous dollar store around here. Every item is exactly $1.00. If you can meet the exact requirements to the coupon, say $1.00 off of 2 items of such equal size, you get 2 items for the amount of 1. I think you get the point.

Another nice thing to do is give to those in need. Maybe you might have a good coupon, but not for particularly anything you need, donate the item to charity.

Another option that you have is to set aside the money saved and place in a piggy bank. When filled, buy yourself something really nice or give to charity.

For many people, couponing has become a hobby. Have you ever watched the television program Extreme Couponing? People are often shown dumpster diving, for the thrill of getting good coupons. However, people are also often shown getting hundreds of dollars worth of free groceries and giving them to someone in need.
How about you? Would you like to save and possibly give?
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