The Complete Idiot's Guide to Couponing: Review and Give Away

Friday, June 01, 2012 Posted by Dina N

I am not a couponing pro. Yet, over the past few years, I've used coupons on a regular basis. I've bought toothpaste, soap, cold medicine, baby shampoo, and more without paying a cent out of pocket. How's that possible? By combining deals and coupons.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Couponing covers everything I know about couponing from reading blogs, deal sites, and books.It even taught me a few neat tricks. The book is well-written and the information neatly organized. It is intended for the newbie couponers but even if you've been using coupons for years, there may be a few things to learn from former librarian turned coupon pro Rachel Singer Gordon.

Part 1 of the book covers couponing basics - from printed, printable, and electronic coupons to debunking coupon myths. Part 2 teaches you how to use coupons effectively. Be flexible, take advantage of money-back coupons and rewards programs, use drugstore savings, and learn couponing strategies. Part 3 is dedicated to online and mobile couponing - something I personally have not done yet. Finally, Part 4 is all about planning and organizing - two very important skills when it comes to couponing (and life in general, in my opinion).

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Couponing may be a true eye-opener if you've never used coupons - and even if you have. I recommend it to everyone who's ever wondered how people save hundreds of dollars every year by using coupons effectively.

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20 comments:

  1. Anonymous said...

    I like the author Jodi Picoult right now. Patricia

  2. Kathy said...

    Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy

  3. holdenj said...

    Just started The Bungalow!

  4. Jane said...

    I'm looking forward to Jill Shalvis' "At Last" and "Forever and a Day."

  5. Sarah said...

    I'm looking forward to relaxing by the pool with JD Robb's backlist. It's time for a reread, and I find those books completely absorbing!

  6. Bonita12 said...

    Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy and currently reading Amish Values for your Family...what a combination.
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  7. Trung Nguyen said...

    I've just been reading some short novels

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  9. Sharon Schoepe said...

    The new Stephen King

  10. Kristie said...

    I can't wait to read "The Search" by Shelley Shepard Gray. I'm so excited!!! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  11. Brittanie Pendleton said...

    I'm currently reading "Dinotopia Lost" and a "Complete Idiots Quide to Writing Children's Books", because I want to write a children's book series... :)

  12. Teresa said...

    I'm reading the Outlander series this summer - just starting Book 2: Dragonfly in Amber

  13. Candie L said...

    I am going to finish reading the final 2 books in the Hunger Games series. THank you

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  17. Christine Jessamine said...

    i am planning on reading more joseph campbell books

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  18. Maureen said...

    I want to read The Witness by Nora Roberts.

  19. Shirley said...

    Fifty shades of grey, fifty shades darker and fifty shades and fifty shades freed.

  20. Emilia Lamberto said...

    My summer reading list includes Fifty Shades of Gray, The Appeal, and I'm going to finish up the Twilight series. ;)

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