Use this coupon to SAVE $1.00 on THREE (3) 2-liter bottles of any flavor (Reg., TEN or Diet) 7UP, A&W, Canada Dry, Sun Drop, Squirt or Sunkist Soda. But before you redeem it, make sure the price you are getting is the best there is. The way to maximize the coupon savings is to use them on items already on sale or at a bargain price. The way to know this is to keep a price book. This will help you to find the best price on items that do not normally go on sale, as well as what is a good sale, and what items are cheaper at the warehouse store.
At the grocery store, look for cheap meat cuts and do the most with them. Make soups, homemade broths, hearty stews, and slowcooker recipes. Do them right and you have fantastic holiday-worthy meals for pennies on the dollar. You can further the savings by adding fillers to the dish such as rice, beans, and pasta. These items come cheap, too. Another idea is to stuff pieces to stretch the portions. For dessert, save more by using a coupon to get your ingredients. Redeem this coupon to SAVE 50¢ ON TWO Pillsbury when you buy TWO packages of Pillsbury Rolled Refrigerated Pie Crusts.
Knowing your prices is an important skill every smart shopper need to master. This way, you will not be lured by false sales and truly get the most out of your money and coupons such as this SAVE $1.00 on any Scrubbing Bubbles Bath Cleaning product. A price book is a good tool to have but not everybody has the time to work on one so keep it simple by only taking note of the price of the main things you buy.
Use this coupon to SAVE 50¢ on one (1) HORMEL NATURAL CHOICE Deli Sandwich Meat, Chicken Strips, Chicken Sausage or Smoked Sausage Product that will go well to flavor your stuffing. This Thanksgiving, no matter how grand or humble the table you are planning to prepare, you can save up as much as you want if you only become a little more clever with your shopping. If you are going to supermarkets and grocery stores, nothing beats having coupons all the way. But another shopping venue that you can explore and maximize is farmer’s markets. Not only will you save lots of money at farmer’s markets, you’ll get fresher food and support the farmers. Buying directly from the grower in-season is also a good way to get food items for storage that you may not be able to grow for yourself. Think fresher pumpkin, beans, apples, and a whole lot more!
Naturally, if you want to get the best value for your money, the trick is to avoid being a sucker for marketing displays. Yes, they are pretty and it does not mean you should not appreciate them, but your budget will not be as impressed once it is time to pay. Also, no matter how busy you are, remember to clip coupons like this SAVE $1.00 on Hot Chocolate when you purchase any TWO Keebler Cookies for even more savings.