This series is for all those myths, questions and comments many of us couponers get from the non-coupon users out there. If you missed the first posts in this series I have great news — you can still read them:
- Myth #1: Couponing is a Waste of Time
- Myth #2: I Wouldn’t Benefit from Using Coupons, Because I like to cook from Scratch
- Myth #3: Time Vs. Money: Couponing Not Worth The Time
- Myth #4: The Things I get on Coupons are for Things I Don’t Buy Normally
- Myth #5: The Word Coupon is a Noun, not a Verb
- Myth #6: Couponing requires me going to 5 different stores across town, and I would spend $4 in gas in order to save .40 cents at the register.”
Coupon Myth #7: “I can never seem to remember my coupons.”
When you are really getting into couponing and trying to cut your grocery budget spending in half, you understand that when you are couponing you are PLANNING to go couponing. Coupons Shopping to save means you are not just throwing coupons into your purse and you hope to save a few dollars here or there. You are going to Happymoneysaver.com or other coupon blogs and printing out a list of all the inexpensive items with coupons. Then you are PLANNING to go to the store and do some coupon shopping. This is where the big savings happen.
If you are the type that just wants to save a few dollars though, just head to your local dollar store or Walmart, they sell handy little coupon holders that actually fit in your purse! Then, you always have them with you! Or start a coupon binder so you always have your coupons with you.