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How to save your money on groceries, use coupons.

Updated on September 12, 2011

Do you still remember the times when you properly cut out a coupon that you find in a local newspaper and maybe paste it on your refrigerator? Well I am encouraging you to bring that habit online please. I am dumbfounded when some of my friends are still paying a full price when purchasing a domain name in go daddy. There are hundreds of coupons out there that can save you a lot of money. For example, if you want to save 30 % of your money in purchasing a domain name, you could just type FAN3 in the promo code area. It is that simple and all it takes is just type in “item + coupons” in the search engine.

Here’s a tip, whenever you want to make a purchase online, make a habit of typing in “item + coupons” in the search engine if they have a coupon for it. Chances are you might get it in a cheaper price. There are a lot of items that have a coupon for it. If you are wondering why they are slashing prices by giving out coupons are because they want to promote a certain product. For example, fast food restaurants love to give out printable coupons. The more coupons they gave out, the more customer that will show up at their counter. Thus the more money they make. It is a good marketing strategy. However we as a consumer should capitalize on the opportunity. Whenever I am going out for a pizza hut’s outing, I will make sure I check if there is any printable coupons here. Get more value with less money. Sounds delicious to me.

Make a habit of finding coupons before make a purchase. You will save a lot of money. It is a fun habit, trust me. It is like playing a pirate searching for its treasures.


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      Kenneth Avery 6 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama


      Tweetmom . . .Wonderful hub. Voted up and away. Informatie, in-depth, VERY well-written. Nice subject in light of today's economy. A MUST-READ. I admire your talent. And I am honored to follow you. And I invite you to follow me and if you need a good laugh, check my hubs. Sincerely, Kenneth Avery, from a rural town, Hamilton, in northwest Alabama that looks like another Mayberry, that sweet little town on the Andy Griffith Show and Happy Thanksgiving to YOU and YOURS!