I’m very excited to be a member of Coupon Mom. Coupon Mom is a great resource for us busy moms. If you’ve never heard of it, all you have to do is register for a free account, then you’ll get regular emails with the latest grocery deals you can get at various stores such as Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Aldi, and more. There are lists for each store, updated weekly, with deals you can get with coupons.
How to use it
Many of the coupons you can print online – there are links as you go through the lists. If you can’t print them online, there’s a coding system (don’t worry, it’s simple and makes sense) that helps you find coupons from your local Sunday paper. Seriously, the Coupon Mom resource makes it super easy for us.
I myself do not have the time to do what I COULD do with this site – go through lists for stores in my area, marking off the deals that appeal to me and clipping all the coupons noted. But I do use some when I find really good ones, and it’s fun to see just how much you can really save if you put in enough effort.
What other stores are there?
NOW – I just found out today – there are lists of deals for three new stores – Whole Foods Market, Staples and OfficeMax. (I think more and more stores are catching onto how much using coupons is catching on among consumers!) I really like the Whole Foods Market list because it has many printable coupons (actually available at the store’s website coupon page http://wholefoodsmarket.com/coupons/). The page says “Whole Deal Coupons” and there are recipes and money-saving tips on the right side of the page.
My dream would be to buy 100% organic groceries for my family. With the high cost of organic food, this resource makes providing the best quality food and products for my family that much more affordable!