Would you like some Free Groceries?
I'm not a coupon expert by any stretch of the imagination, but even a novice like me has figured out how, with a little effort, I can get some of my every day groceries for free.
I've seen the coupon hoarder shows & I've read some of the intricately complicated strategies that coupon experts use, to fill their garages with piles of stuff they don't really want or need, for nothing!
But what about regular groceries, you know, the stuff we all buy and consume every week?
Many of us already use coupons, when we think to take them to the store with us, or remember to check for coupons on our cell phone apps. So yeah, plenty of us are already saving a bit here and there, but there's so much more we can save with minimal effort.
Strategy One - How to save big on Groceries
Tons of people already do this, but just to recap for those that are not aware, this is how its done.
Check for store coupons in your favorite store. If you're not sure where to find them, you can find store coupons for many major stores by clicking here. Identify coupons for the products you always buy, then clip them or save them to your phone.
Do not clip or save coupons for products you don't normally buy. If you do you will end up with a cupboard full of stuff you never use, and worse still, will probably end up spending more than you normally do!
Once you have found your store coupons, the next step is to find brand coupons issued by the manufacturer. You can find hundreds of brand coupons by clicking here. Your goal is to marry up the store coupons with the brand coupons so you can buy your groceries at a very substantial discount. On occasion, you may also be able to find your favorite products on sale - when this is the case sometimes you can get your groceries for free!
But wait, if you add in a third leg, you can often buy the same products for free, or even get them for a profit, when they're not even on sale! This is how....
Strategy Two - How to get free, or almost free Groceries
Start out by following strategy one above, then add the following secret ingredient.
I'm going to show you how you can also get cash back on the very same groceries you are using your coupons on.
Let's look at an example:
French's® Dijon or Honey Dijon Mustard 12 oz. $2.47 at Walmart.
Apply the Walmart Store Coupon of 50 Cents. Apply the Manufacturers Coupon of $1.00. So your cost is now just 97 Cents.
Now we are going to apply the secret ingredient - the cash back deal which is worth $1.50
Do the math - you bought your mustard and made a profit of 53 Cents! Now that cant be bad can it?
Here is how to set yourself up to take advantage of cash back deals on groceries.
Go to Checkout51 and sign yourself up. If you're still hesitant, you can get an idea of the sort of products you can earn cash back on by clicking here.
The cash back element is the bit that makes the difference between getting cheap groceries or getting free groceries. In fact, as illustrated in the example above, the cash back can be the difference between a small cost versus a small profit!
Now, you wont be able to marry up coupons for your favorite products every week, but it's certainly worth having a quick look to see.
I suggest you hop over to Checkout51 right now, so you can discover how it all works...
Thanks for reading to the end and.... happy savings!
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