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51 Coupon Freebies and Discounts For Your Birthday

What’s better than getting free stuff? Getting free stuff on your birthday, that’s what. Here’s a list of 51 birthday coupon freebies and discounts that you can take advantage of on your big day.

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Everything You Need To Know About “Doubling Coupons”

If you’re new to the world of using coupons, you’re probably excited about saving money, but you might be overwhelmed by all of the ways in which you can use coupons to maximize your savings.

One way to use coupons that may seem confusing is doubling your coupons. You might have heard this mentioned on a blog or two, and thought “Doubling my savings?! That sounds great!”

But then you realize you have no idea where to begin. Doubling your coupon savings is actually much easier than you might think. In this post you’ll find out what to do to ensure you are getting the biggest bang for your buck (literally!) when you’re clipping those coupons.

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Guide to Coupon Abbreviations

The Ultimate List Of Couponing Abbreviations

Everything I know about couponing I learned from blogs, forums and social media groups. When I first got started, I was overwhelmed at the amount of acronyms used.

“IQP”. “ECB”. “OOS”. The list goes on (indefinitely).

To help you guys out, I’ve compiled a massive list (over 100!) of couponing abbreviations and acronyms. Hopefully it will help newbies avoid the hours of head-scratching that I had to endure. Print it off, save it to your phone, and go get them diapers!

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Saving Money at Kohls

10 Simple Ways to Save HUGE at Kohl’s (Every time)

With frequent sales and generous coupons, Kohl’s is a bargain shopper’s dream.

In fact, you could be saving up to 50% every time you shop there.

Don’t believe me? Check out my top 10 tips to save big at Kohl’s.

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Katue March Couponing Guru

5 Tips to Clear Out Your Couponing Inventory

“Does a family of 4 really need 100 boxes of cereal?!”

“Really? More shampoo?!”

“What are we going to do with 20 tubes of toothpaste?!”

If you are a married couponer like me, you have heard these phrases from your spouse before (I know I have!). I hate to admit it, but sometimes they are right. I tend to find a good deal and jump on it regardless of how much I have in my inventory.

There comes a time in every couponer’s life when we need to clear out space. Personally, I do it regularly. It keeps my husband happy and gives me room to stock up on other awesome deals!

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Coupon Tips

5 Advanced Tips to Find Money Saving Grocery Coupons

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6 College Money Hacks Every Student Needs to Know

Everybody loves a life hack and students are no different. If you’re in college or just about to set off for the Great Unknown, you have to know how to be frugal and save money on campus while still being able to have fun. It’s a delicate balance between sacrifice and indulgence, and can sometimes be difficult for college students to master. But with these 6 college money hacks any student can manage to get what they want while getting what they need.

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5 Must-Have Apps for Back-to-School Shopping

With the average back-to-school shopping bill reaching $1,239, according to American Express, it’s no wonder this time of year can be stressful for students and parents alike. Tax-free weekend just isn’t cutting it anymore and cutting coupons is going out of style like last year’s book bags. By combining the best money-saving strategies on one handy device, like your phone, these 5 back-to-school apps make organization and saving money are easy as 1-2-3.

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How to Organize a Pantry – Yes You Can!

Even if you are someone who HATES to be organized, can’t STAND being on schedule, and is absolutely fine with leaving the laundry and dishes undone while you kick back with a cup of tea – there’s one place where almost everyone appreciates a little organization: The pantry.

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Coupon Improvement

How Couponing Can Make You A Better Person – Seriously!

Think of someone you respect: one of those driven, passionate, focused go-getters. Do you think they have problems with their budgets? Of course they don’t – because successful people get all that drive and confidence from having a stable foundation.

That’s not just about having a controlled budget, or exercising, or maintaining healthy relationships. Seeing those things, we respect these people, but their positive practices are actually symptoms of strong skills: things like mindfulness, decision-making, attention to detail, and what psychologists call executive function…

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