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Save Money, No Cutting Coupon

imagesI hate cutting coupon, but I do love saving money. I have found a sure way to save money at the grocers without having to cut coupons.

If you are like me, you cut the coupon, store them in your purse and forget it. By the time you remember to use them, they are either expired or you just cannot find them.

I am very excited to share how I save money with out the cutting! Here are my 3 easy steps.

BOGO ( Buy 1 and get 1 free). Sure every store has them. Yet Wal-Mart is the only one I know that will honor competitors BOGO. Just show the associate at the register and they will do the rest.

Price Match (and there an app for this).

  •  Take the circular from the competitor store (your circular digital version work as well) and show the associate at the check out.
  • Or you can use the Wal-Mart App, and it will scan your receipt for saving on the items you have missed and they will email you a gift card with your savings.

Digital Coupons (There an app for this too)

Download your favorite store app on your phone or tablet, look thru their coupon, select them or activate them. See no cutting!

Either show them to the cashier, have them scan your store card, or enter your phone number and you will see the coupon discounted on your order. You can even use the coupon on a sale item.

Save at the pump (Winn-Dixie). Who is crazy enough, not to want to save more money at the pump on gas per gallon.  Check your grocers to see if they offer this incentive. In Florida Winn-Dixie does this with their selective participating gas station. You accumulate during the month(on selective items you purchase) from 5 cents to $2.00 off per gallon at the pump (max 20 gal). Wipe your store card at the pump or at the gas station, and pay for your gas.

Who knows how much you can save per month, and we sure know every penny counts.

How do you stretch your savings? Love to hear about it.


Cristina Roskoff-Harris


The Poor American Blog






Full-time blogger, Part-time Published Novelist, Vegetarian and Animal Advocate. Founder of Max and Friends-The Magazine, Providence Publishers Blog and her favorite The Poor American Blog.

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