Tag Archives: couponing

Habit # 4 – Only Buy What You Will Use

Habit # 4 – Only Buy What You Will Use Part of The 5 Highly Effective Habits of Practical Couponers Series Keep an open mind about new products and brands Habit # 4 – Only buy what you will use or donate.  It’s really important to understand that you should be willing to try new brands and products because it makes good couponing sense.  But trying to convince yourself to love a product you hate is an entirely different story.  Remember my mishap with Pantene Continue reading →

Habit # 5 – Learn to Rely On Yourself More

Habit # 5 – Learn to Rely On Yourself More is the last habit of The 5 Highly Effective Habits of Practical Couponers Series.  It is important to learn to rely on yourself more and a little less on coupon blogs if you really want to save money in the long run. Don’t Blindly Follow Coupon Blogs Yes, this is a coupon blog, and yes, I am warning you NOT to just blindly follow my blog and others out there, but please hear me out for Continue reading →

Habit # 3 – Learn Your Local Sales Cycles

Habit # 3 – Learn Your Local Sales Cycles  Part Of The 5 Highly Effective Habits of Practical Couponers Series  Deal Prediction Analyst Habit # 3 – Learn Your Local Sales Cycles.  Learning your local sales cycles is the only way you will ever learn to find your own deals or become a Deal Prediction Analyst. Coupon bloggers, myself included, write posts about the deals going on in our neck of the woods.  I live in Central Texas so the deals at my local H-E-B grocery store are Continue reading →

Habit # 2 Develop Good Habits

Habit # 2 Develop Good Habits  Part of The 5 Highly Effective Habits of Practical Couponers Series Habit # 2 Develop Good Habits.  If you repeat a behavior enough times, it becomes a habit.  Developing good and healthy habits will save you both time and money when couponing.  Follow these four easy steps and you will have your time saving method down in no time! Step 1 – Organization You cannot save money if you don’t have your coupons organized.  How can you spot a Continue reading →

Habit # 1 – Define Your Purpose

Habit # 1 – Define Your Purpose Part of The 5 Highly Effective Habits of Practical Couponers Series Define Your Purpose Habit # 1 -Define Your Purpose is the absolute most important aspect of couponing.  You need to have clearly defined goals to help you stay on track. Couponing is not difficult but it isn’t exactly an easy task either.  It takes time, patience and dedication to learn to coupon and you will need to be reminded of all of your reasons for saving money Continue reading →

Paypal Friends & Family Payment Tutorial

Paypal Friends & Family Payment Tutorial Follow the step-by-step instructions in the screen shots to complete the transaction.   Still have questions?  No problem, I’ve got you covered!  Check out my Q&A below! Why do I have to use PayPal?   PayPal is a third party and this protects both the buyer and the seller.  I don’t have any access to your personal banking information and you don’t have access to mine. Yes, I do realize that many small business owners have the little box Continue reading →

Petsmart – Dry Dog Food BOGO, B1G1 50% Snacks

Petsmart – BOGO Dry Dog Food, B1G1 50% Snacks Deals good from 12/29 thru 2/1  Petsmart is having a buy one, get one promotion on Purina Beneful, Kibbles N Bits, Purina ONE & Pedigree dog food, 3.5lb – 4lb bags.  Reg $5.99 – $7.99 with PetPerks card. If you need to review or print a copy of the Petsmart Coupon Policy then click here.  You will need a PetPerks card or sign up for one at the register when you check out to get the Continue reading →

Dollar Tree Coupon Haul 1/28/15

Here is my Dollar Tree Coupon Haul for 1/28/15.  I am still surprised to learn that people don’t know that you really can use coupons at Dollar Tree stores.   The woman behind me at checkout was shocked to see that you could use coupons and was blown away when I left the store with 20 items and only paid $4.75 out of pocket!   PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT YOU MILEAGE MAY VARY.  ALL items at Dollar Tree are $1.00 unless otherwise posted in the store with Continue reading →