*This is a sponsored post, however, all opinions and experiences are my own.
A Coupon for everything
As you know, I love to save money. If it’s not on sale, or if I can’t find a coupon, I’m not buying it. Since we are a one income family, saving money is one of the ways I feel I can contribute.
I used to clip paper coupons all the time, but to cut expenses, we stopped getting the newspaper. That means no more coupon inserts. Now, I find myself looking Online for coupons. One of the best places I’ve found is Groupon Coupons. Have you tried them yet?
Not only are there coupons for stores I go to everyday, like Target, but there are also restaurant, gift, and travel coupons too. Here are some ideas on how and where to use them.
Tips for Groupon Coupons
Shopping in store? Make your list, and then check Groupon Coupons. They have coupons for stores like Walmart, Aldi, Walgreen’s and Whole Foods. Some have links to coupons you can print, while others load them right onto your store card.
If you’re shopping Online, make sure to stop by Groupon Coupons first. There are so many different coupon codes that can save you on everything from free shipping to discounts on products. I wanted to shop at the Disney Store for the twins birthday, and luckily, there was a coupon just in time. I was able to get an extra 40% off the items I was looking for, plus free shipping. Those savings certainly help when you have to buy two of everything.
Going on a trip? Definitely check out Groupon Coupons. We are planning a trip to Michigan, and need to rent a car. Travelocity is just one of the travel sites I was able to use to find discounts on car rentals.
Have you tried Groupon Coupons? Check it out, and let me know what great deals you spot!