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Grocery Geek Presents: Grocery University

Last weekend while I cooked and cleaned, I spent a few hours listening to the Grocery University audio series. Grocery University is a 2 hour, 19 minute audio course that goes deeper into the art and science of couponing than anything else out there.

This would be a fantastic resource for beginners, just getting started in couponing and slimming their grocery budgets. There are so many tricks and lingo to learn, it can take weeks to read up on it all on the internet. And believe me, in the early days, FishPapa thought he had become a Coupon Widow. I think he would have appreciated my listening for a couple hours and getting that learning curve over with!

But, as a veteran couponer who thinks she knows everything, let me tell you, I learned a lot from this program. I’m looking forward to putting into practice some of the things I learned about three month stockpiling, newspaper subscriptions, and a quarterly food budget. You really can teach an old dog new tricks.

The Grocery University course includes 139 minutes of audio instruction and a 40-page student workbook (PDF) with more tips, visual aids, example scenarios, and more.

GU is currently priced at $24.95. It seems like a hefty sum, but if you’re serious about saving money on groceries and you follow the recommendations laid out in this program, I think it’s a safe bet that you will make that money back in less than a few weeks.

And the great part is that there is a 60-Day Guarantee. You’ll have more than enough time to listen and apply the techniques that Carrie lays out and then see for yourself if it can save you big bucks.

But I think it will.

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  1. I got my order in for $9 – can’t wait to listen & learn!!!
    Kelly

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