Here are a few of the best newspaper subscription deals for getting multiple coupons. Keep coming back as I’ll be adding more deals as I get the scoop on them. Also, if you know of a deal that isn’t listed here, let me know and I’ll add it in!
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Most of us already know what a great way using coupons to save money, especially on groceries. However, there are other strategies that PYP member momtonathanandtwins is willing to share to help you stretch your food buying power.
Join a Local Non-Profit Food Co-Op
For a very reasonable price (usually less than $30), one buys a share, then your share gives you 5-6 lb of meat 5 lb of fruit, 5 lb of veggies, fresh baked bread, pasta or rice. Definitely worth more than $30 retail of food! Continue reading
An inferior Salt Lake City based coupon website that is really more of mockery couponing in a green apron suggests a weekly menu. However the menu is not only lacking in nutritional value and taste, it simply is lacking period. For example, a suggested lunch of grilled cheese sandwiches will be lacking bread. HUH? Yeah, no bread!
So let me offer you a more comprehensive, nutritionally sound, tasty and frugal menu created around the Utah Albertson’s shopping list from Pinching Your Pennies for only $60!
If you’ve never before used Walgreens’ rebate system because you just never remember to turn in those pesky receipts, now is a great time to try the wonderful world of Free After Rebate. All you do is log in, enter your receipt, and request your gift card.
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1. First, go to Walgreens’ website and under the EasySaver catalog section click, “See Current Rebates.” Continue reading
PYP’s chat room is a great place for newbies (and oldies) to spend some time. There are often experienced couponers there, and they’re always available for tips, hints, explanations, and quick Q&A sessions. Accessing the chat room is easy!
1. While logged in to PYP, click on the “VBChat” button on the top navigation bar.
We are in a recession, it is official and to cope, everybody is tightening his or her collective belts. Cutting expenses we have control over. One popular theme is Cutting One’s Grocery Bill, a nice thought, but we have been inundated with various services that charge a service fee to teach site users How to Save. But if the goal is to save money, why pay money? Especially when there is a better alternative for FREE!
Pinching Your Pennies offers the same AND more of what a fee service does. Let’s do a side-by-side comparison, shall we:
Ever wished you could contact a fellow PYPer even when they weren’t on PYP? Read on to find out how you can . . .
This is part one of a three-part series on how to use PYP’s multiple methods for allowing members to communicate with each other outside of the forums. Whether you’re new to PYP or a long-time veteran, some of these features might surprise you. This section focuses on how to use PYP’s Private Message system, a means by which you can send private messages to other people on PYP.
1. While logged on to PYP, click on the “Private Messages” link in the upper right-hand corner of your screen. This will take you to your private message window.