This course will show you how it is possible to save hundreds of dollars every month on your grocery bill using coupons, even if you have no prior experience with couponing! Learn everything from how to read a coupon, where to get them, what other supplies you'll need, and how to effectively use them to reduce your grocery bill. After going through the course, the lectures can be used as stand-alone references to answer your questions on specific topics. Use the supplemental resources to assist you in tracking how much you may be spending, and how much less you could be spending, once you learn the strategies shared in this course.
Learn a unique two-pronged approach to saving hundreds of dollars every month at the grocery store!
Students will learn what basic supplies are needed for successful couponing.
Students will learn of the different types of coupons, and where they can be found.
Students will learn how many coupons to obtain, in order to be able to coupon effectively.
Students will learn how to read, understand, and interpret coupons correctly.
Students will learn fundamental strategies in couponing effectively at grocery stores.
Students will learn fundamental strategies in couponing effectively at drug stores.
Students will learn fundamental strategies in couponing effectively at big box stores (i.e., Walmart, Target).
Students will learn of the advantages of purchasing product in smaller packaging and smaller quantitis. The myth of the benefits of warehouse club purchasing will be dispelled.
Students will learn the importance of being familiar with store coupon policies.
Students will become familiar with the best prices at which to buy items, and how to effectively keep track of these prices.
Students will learn the importance of remaining aware of current events in couponing, and where to find the latest information.
Students will learn how to effectively coupon for items less commonly acquired through couponing--namely, fresh foods.
Students will review the steps taken in an actual shopping trip, in which 99% was saved.
Students will explore the concept of stockpiling, and determining how much is enough.
Students will consider some of the many uses for stockpiled goods.
Education: Doctoral studies in Instructional Technology; MBA in Business Management; BS in Economics from the Wharton School of Business. Experience: I have over 20 years as a bargain shopper, and over 4 years as an extreme couponer. I have taught thousands of students online. I have also taught in face-to-face settings, both one-on-one and in lecture settings.