Groceries are one expense everyone has to budget for. If you need to reinvigorate your grocery shopping experience, these blogs will provide you with the necessary tips and information to go beyond clipping coupons and swiping your store loyalty card. Read on to learn more and make sure you save on every trip to the store.
January 26, 2011 | Add a Comment
Love Super Bowl parties but hate how the snack table spells certain death for your New Years' diet? It's all too easy to snarf down hundreds of calories as the tension mounts. We've compiled a list of 10 delicious and healthy treats to help you keep your hands off the pizza, wings and onion dip.Read More
October 11, 2010 | 28 Comments
Big box stores have the extraordinary ability to make even seasoned shoppers weak in the knees. While bulk buying is a major draw for warehouse clubs, the perks of being a cardholder go beyond feeding an army. On a near-daily basis, many non-bulk items can often be found for much less than at supermarkets and retail chains.Read More
September 27, 2010 | 9 Comments
Military wife Toni Anderson, also known as the HappyHousewife blogger, wanted to help out other military families. So in 2008 she began the Coupons for Troops campaign, to provide expired and non-expired coupons to military families stationed around the world.Read More
August 4, 2010 | Add a Comment
Kids want something different in their lunch boxes and moms want easy sandwich recipes. Here are 10 interesting and easy back to school sandwich recipes and after-school treats: All can be made with basic ingredients you'll find at your local supermarket.Read More
July 26, 2010 | Add a Comment
Grocery shopping, even with money-saving coupons, may not be your favorite chore. Modern technology, however, can make this time-consuming process less traumatic and perhaps a teensy bit fun.Read More
April 12, 2010 | 81 Comments
Frugalistas look upon double coupons as the mother load of savings. True coupon addicts know some stores will double the face value of regular grocery coupons. That means a 35-cents-off coupon is worth 70 cents at stores that allow shoppers to double up. Coupon Sherpa did the legwork to bring you 94 grocery stores that accept double coupons.Read More
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