If you’re going to shop there anyway, you might as well make the most of your dollar, right? We help you do just that in the fourth article of a five-part series outlining the best ways to save money at the nation’s leading retailers. So far, we’ve looked at saving money at CVS, Kroger and Walgreens. Now, it’s time to learn how we can maximize our savings at Target, the second largest discount retailer in the United States, behind Walmart. Here’s what you need to know about Target before shopping
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If you’ve been following along here at the Quizzle Wire, you know we’ve been analyzing coupon policies and saving strategies at some of the nation’s leading retailers. CVS and Kroger were up first, and now it’s time to look at Walgreens, the largest drugstore chain in the United States with more than 8,100 stores. Here’s what you need to know about Walgreens before shopping.
For the last few weeks, we’ve learned about the best places to find coupons, secrets from TLC’s Extreme Couponers and even the best couponing books to read. But, I’m sure many of you are still bemoaning, “I just don’t have the time to coupon!” It’s a valid argument. Scanning weekly ads takes time. Finding coupons takes time. Actually using coupons at the store takes time. And time is a rare commodity these days. So, how can you take advantage of coupons without spending hours every week? Fortunately, many coupon enthusiasts have done the work for you
Do you feel overwhelmed when it comes to couponing? Not sure where to start? Fret no more! We’ve searched bookshelves high and low to bring you four resources that will help you save money – all in easy-to-digest formats, each with their own unique tips.
TLC’s latest show, Extreme Couponing, gives us a glimpse into the life of the ultimate bargain hunters, who treat couponing like an Olympic sport. On one episode, one discount shopper slashed her grocery bill from $600 to less than $3. On another episode, an extreme shopper saved 98 percent on her grocery bill. So what’s their secret? How are these deal seekers able to pay less than 10 percent on all of their bills? Check out these four extreme couponing strategies.