Spend Less Save More: Be a "Coupons are my Currency" couponer

Be a “Coupons are my Currency” Couponer.

Casual couponers browse their newspaper coupon insert, clip the coupons they think they’ll use, and then put the rest in the recycle bin. But as a “coupons are my currency “couponer, keeping the rest of the insert has its advantages

If you want to be a couponer that uses your coupons to pay for those items you normally would not be able to afford then, keep all or most of your coupons until they expire. You don’t necessarily have to clip every coupon just save the inserts and you will clip them as you need them. File the rest of the inserts into sheet protectors or gallon zip bags marked with the date of the inserts. If a moneymaker comes up and the coupon isn’t clipped, find it by the insert date listed in the matchups list, and cut it out while you make your shopping list.

Holding on to coupons, even for products you don’t personally use, can be beneficial. You can donate items you get for cheap or free, toys to shelters; products to food banks, or needy neighbors; pet food to animal shelters for list of charities needing help visit our couponing for charity page.  Also swapping coupons with friends or family for products you don’t use in exchange for ones you do need. When coupons expire, remember to donate them to military families overseas who can use coupons up to six months past their expiration date. For more tips and  your chance to help other visit our charity page at www.where2save.com

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