Friday, June 01, 2012 Posted by Dina N
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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