That picture pretty much sums up what I’m used to hearing from people that don’t use coupons. Well right after they say “I wish I could do that”. I am still trying to figure out, why people think it takes so much time to clip a coupon. Seriously folks…actually in the age of technology that we’re living in, you don’t even have to clip a coupon. There are digital coupons, not to mention that coupons can be pulled up on smart phones and devices and the barcodes scanned at the register.
Next up is the phrase…I can’t afford coupons or I don’t know where to get them. The Sunday paper is the best place to start. Depending on where you live a Sunday paper will cost somewhere between $1.50 and $3.00. If there’s a Dollar Tree nearby, some of those stores will have Sunday papers for $1.00. Spending $1.00 to $3.00 a week for a Sunday paper is much cheaper than paying for ink to print your own coupons.
If you decide to order coupons/inserts from someone on IG or another outlet, please make sure they’re registered as an official business and do NOT pay through PayPal as Family and Friends. Don’t order anything from anybody you don’t know and pay as Family and Friends. You always want to pay as Goods and Services.
If you’re using a rebate app, like Ibotta, and you should be, use that money to pay for your coupons. Please click this link to join Ibotta: JOIN IBOTTA NOW Ibotta is an amazing rebate that pays you for shopping. Why not earn extra money doing something we all have to do…and that’s online shopping and in store shopping.
Last but not least here are two safe websites for ordering clipped coupons, which I highly recommend. Simply visit the website and scroll through and look for coupons to help offset the cost of items that you’re going to purchase. Here they are:
Now the rest is up to you! Remember to be kind to cashiers and have fun using coupons.