Friday, February 3, 2012

The Flying Couponer (money management)

REVIEWED BY: Marguerite Zelle




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Let's get started!

First of all, you have to change the way you shop. Don't buy anything full price anymore and avoid buying only when you need it. In order to do that, you will have to start a stockpile. That means that you are going to have a little (or big!) reserve of the things you need. You will have to buy enough to get you through a few months while waiting for the next sale.

I only buy at the lowest price possible and I don't buy what I can get for free LOL. Paying more than a dollar for Tylenol? NO WAY! Its way too expensive!

Where to find your coupons in Canada

You can order coupons online that will be mailed to you. This type of coupon is called ''mail order coupon''. The most popular ones are:

There is also many coupons online that can be printed from your own printer! Or from your work printer! (Maybe I should not encourage this LOL.) This type of coupon is called ''printable coupon''. You can print them from those websites: (Version fran├žaise de Smartsource)

If you are from the States, you absolutely want to register to:

There are also coupons that are PDF files! Oh Mamamia! We looooooove those!
Ok, ok, let's calm down. Please, make sure to print only the coupons that you are really going to use. No need to print billions of copies. Haha. Stick around guys, and I will give you those pdf files! Don't forget to submit your email to receive updates.

With love,

The Flying Couponer

MY REVIEW: This blog is not available on the Kindle, and isn't really suitable for the kindle, as it directs the reader to various locations where they can print out coupons in order to save money on practically every item under the sun.

In this time of a harsh economy when everyone is tightening their belts, anything that can be done to save money just makes sense. So check out this blog.

--New tear pads!
--SmartSource Coupon Machines?!
--Couponing American style!

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