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More Coupons In The Mail

Have you read my post about how I got interested in couponing?

I got more coupons in the mail! It was a nice surprise to get two more envelopes of coupons in the mail. They came from Web Saver, P&G brandSAVER, and Go Coupons (although not pictured here).

I used a small collection of coupons recently and was able to get a free box of Cheerios and save $10.00 on my grocery bill. All I did was check the weekly flier at our local grocery store and combine my coupons with the sales they had. I look forward to having a vehicle again so we can visit more stores in our area.

You can view my list of weekly fliers for Victoria, BC if you want to check out the sales and see how they combine with the coupons that you are getting in the mail. You did sign up for the FREE coupons, right?

Do you use coupons?

How do you use them? Do you have any tips for us?

Have they made a difference in your budget?

There Are Coupon Bloggers In Canada?

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Okay, I didn’t know that. We all live in igloos and ride snowmobiles, right? Just kidding. I can say that because I live in Canada and I happen to live in a place that rarely, if ever, snows. Did you know that one time I was in California for a youth convention (like 20 years ago – oh man, I feel old) and people in the elevator at the hotel actually asked us if we lived in igloos? It was so crazy.

Back to my topic, coupons.

My mom mentioned the other day that her friend’s daughter went to a coupon seminar. Since I have recently become interested in couponing, I was intrigued to learn more. I love research (you all know that, right?). I sent this gal an email and she responded. It turns out that she is a blogger and she homeschools, too (imagine my excitement discovering that). I can’t wait to share resources with her.

And here is more talk about coupons.

I was chatting the other day with my friend Sara, over at Saving For Someday, about coupons and how to use them. She had some very good advice and we shared some great links with each other. Check out her Couponing 101. Here are some of the links we talked about, my favorite has to be the Bargain Moose (their site design is really fun).

If you know of a coupon blogger in Canada, would you please include their links below?

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