Jul 262012
 
 July 26, 2012  Posted by  Expired Comments Off on Save $4 on couponing guide e-book. Also a link to dozens of free, printable grocery coupons

A bit intimidated by couponing? A new e-book can help. Couponing for the Beginner: A Guide to Couponing for the Uninitiated is the first in a series of guides released on GuideToCouponing.com. Author Jenny Dean has been couponing for more than 10 years. Dean has not only studied, but read, heard and experienced how to coupon legally and effectively. She wanted to create this guide for all the people who ask her, “How did you do that?” when her total is $0.00 at checkout. This book covers topics such as coupon rules & policies, where to get coupons, how to organize them, and how to maximize your savings, even how to get items for free. Dean also looks at refunds, rebates and money-back guarantees. It’s normally $9,99, but you can get $4 off through our special code. To buy it, go here. Scroll down to the “Buy Now” button. Look for the words Discount Code. In the box below type in LivingOnTheCheap. Click on “Buy Now.” You will be redirected to PayPal where the total should be $5.99 instead of $9.99. You can pay with your PayPal account or any major credit card. The eBook will be delivered almost immediately to your inbox – so be sure to check your SPAM folder.

Get started by printing some coupons from Charlotte on the Cheap’s Grocery Coupon page. They’re free to print out.

Dec 102011
 
 December 10, 2011  Posted by  Expired Comments Off on Updated printable grocery coupons

Please check out the Grocery Coupon page. I just updated it with dozens of coupons. You don’t have to necessarily click on each one. Once you click on one you’ll see others and you can browse through them. They’re easier to use now, because they have images and are sorted by category. Give them a try…

Dec 022011
 
 December 2, 2011  Posted by  Expired Comments Off on Updated printable grocery coupons

Please check out the Grocery Coupon page. I just updated it with dozens of coupons. You don’t have to necessarily click on each one. Once you click on one you’ll see others and you can browse through them. They’re easier to use now, because they have images and are sorted by category. Give them a try…