Have you ever seen the TLC show “Extreme Couponing”? In a nutshell, Americans go grocery shopping and rack up a bill of thousands (yes, THOUSANDS) of dollars and after they apply all their discounts, they end up paying around $10!? It’s based in the USA so many of the couponing techniques can’t be duplicated but I still find it entertaining and have learned a tip or two.
I am by no means an extreme couponer. If I have a coupon for a brand or product that I usually purchase, I will use it. If it’s for a product from a brand that I’m loyal too, I won’t use it. The only time that changes is when the product is also on sale then all bets are off.
Over the years, I’ve come up with some ways that Canadians can save money on their grocery bill. You can read my post “5 Ways to Save on Your Food Bill” and learn how you can save too! Whether you’re Canadian or American, one thing is universal… using coupons saves money.
As I do (almost) every month, I’ve collected a stockpile of coupons that I won’t use and I want to pass the savings on to you! Brands such as: Old El Paso, Sunlight, Air Wick, Speed Stick, Kikkoman, International Delight, Hersheys, Haribo, Pillars, Natrel, Purina, Rice Works, Vileda, Colgate, Soft Soap, Uncle Bens, Oxiclean, Maple Leaf, Arm & Hammer and more!
What Are Your Money Saving Tips?