National Coupon Month? Who Knew?

Wow! They’ll designate anything a National Holiday, won’t they? September is National Coupon Month. I had no idea. Did you?

Matching coupons to sales was one way that our family used to help lower our grocery bill and free up more funds to pay off our debt. I owe a debt of thanks to manufacturers everywhere who’ve made these little moneysavers available.

Want to learn the basics to couponing?

Read my Adventures in Couponing series. You’ll find great sources for coupons, how to store them, and how to match them to sales.

In case you’re wanting to celebrate National Coupon Month by getting your coupons in order and adding to your stash, here are some helpful links:

  • Coupons.com – one of my favorite sources for printable coupons.
  • Red Plum - Another great source of printable coupons.
  • Sign up for Free Coupon Alerts and avoid missing a coupon.
  • A Cellfire account allows you to load digital coupons to your store shopping card.
  • Want a hard-core training in making the most of coupons, sign up for Grocery University, hours of audio lessons to teach you everything you need to know. I mean everything.
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  1. i had no idea that it’s national coupon month either! cool :)

  2. Oh, how funny! I had no idea it was national coupon month! I’ve been couponing for exactly 1 year now, and I am doing a blog series called, “You don’t have to be a genius to be a couponer” where I share my journey. I just published my second post in the series. It’s a blast!!

  3. http://www.hotcouponworld.com is an incredible resource, they have forums for store sales and a super incredible coupon database!

    If you can’t remember when you saw that coupon to match a sale at the store… the coupon database is lifesaver!

  4. I did a little write up on this on my blog, check it out!

    http://spendless2savemore.blogspot.com/2010/09/national-coupon-month.html

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