Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Have you joined the couponing craze yet? I have been couponing for many years and even led a campaign at my work to get products for homeless Veterans using couponing strategies. I save tons of money every year and get lots of stuff for free. The most common thing I hear from people is "I wish I could do that, I just don't understand where to start". The Complete Idiot's Guide to Couponing is written for people who want to know how to save big but don't know all the guidelines and tricks to accomplish their goal.
The book covers everything you need to know to get started to include:
Understanding couponing basics
Tips on finding and cashing in coupons
Advice on multiple savings offers, money-back coupons, and rewards programs
The latest info on deal-of-the-day sites, rebates, and other online coupon options
How to best plan and organize coupons
Review: Simply put: if you have been wanting to coupon but do not know how to do it, then this book will get you started and keep you going! The book is very thorough and explains all the tricks of the trade. There is a complete glossary in the back that defines all the acronyms you may see on couponing sites and blogs, has tons of useful tips, and does a great job of illustrating things like stacking coupons, using rebates, and outlining helpful websites that can all be a bit overwhelming for the beginner. While I knew most of the tricks, I still learned some stuff and got ideas for better organizing my couponing efforts. If you anything but an expert couponer, then you really should read this book. The $17 or less you will spend on the book could save you hundred of dollars or more this year!
Buy it here: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Couponing is available at bookstores and Amazon.
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I was provided with the above mentioned product for the purpose of facilitating this review. No other compensation was received and the views expressed here are my own.
Posted by Jamie Z at 9:04 PM