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I am thrilled you found me by reading “Counting on Coupons” in the Tri-Cities Herald today because I am here to help you learn how to save money on the products you use daily! Plus help you keep some of your hard earned money in your pocket by coupon shopping the right way. I do this by offering Free Coupon Classes, sharing some of the hottest freebie deals out there, frugal food recipies, giveaways and all other sorts of thrifty living ideas.

In the article you probably noticed the reference to how I was able to buy $129.00 worth of cereal and groceries for less than $15.  Above is a photo of  a purchase I made recently where I spent $32 and saved $218! I was able to get that much savings by taking advantage of a great sale and using coupons on top of that.  I buy food in bulk to stock up my pantry full of  the items I need so I dont have to pay full price later.  If you would like to see a lot of my shopping trips this year click on the My Shopping Trips TAB above or click here.

A few fun posts you might be interested in are:

Freebies: Get a free mini bottle of Palmolive Dish Soap! 

Frugal Food Recipe: Honey Lime Chicken

Organizing : Organizing my Junk Drawer

Sweet Grocery Deal: Fred Meyer Playschool Toys $5.99 with coupons!

Contest: The Golden Scissors Club–enter your best shopping trips!

 Feel Free to subscribe via  Feed or Email  so you do not miss any of my daily posted deals!! If you would like to consider having a free coupon class please see this post here.  Thanks and welcome to my blog!6 Comments

Welcome Tri City Herald Newspaper Readers! was last modified: October 16th, 2009 by Karrie

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  1. Stephanie says:

    I’ve been visiting your blog for about 10 days now and have found it very helpful. Thank you very much for putting in the time to do it.

  2. Hi – I am loving your website. I am up in Spokane, so many of the deals are going on up here too. Ok – so I like the pictures of your shopping trips, but what I really want to see is what your food storage area looks like! I feel like I am constantly re-organizing and trying to squeeze in more boxes, cans and bottles! I started couponing in May, and have had great success, but am running out of room!! We have a big house, so I know there really is room and I need to re-prioritize, but I’d love some ideas of good way to go about it. Thanks!!

  3. Congrats, Karrie! This is awesome!! Thanks for enlightening all of us to staying within our budgets. 🙂

  4. WTG Kerrie!!!!

  5. Nice article, congrats Karrie!

  6. cool article. You are amazing!!

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