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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Join me tomorrow night for our weekly live Q&A!  This week I’ll be talking about ways to decrease your grocery budget (hopefully while increasing how much you can buy).

There are things to avoid in the grocery store all together, products that should be the first to be cut if things are tight and deals to never miss… lets hit all of that!

Join me Monday, 4/16 at 8:30 pm eastern for our next live online Q&A.  You can go ahead and register here to get a reminder when it starts!

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    • Toni Woodbury

      Maybe this is a good time for me to mention to everyone that after couponing for some years now, saving an average of over 50% on everything, I still coupon, but I am also enjoying an additional way to cut my grocery bill, at the same time elevating our food supply to heights of quality only dreamed about before: I joined a local CSA farm and purchased a full farm share (mini shares are also available). See what is available in your neck of the woods. It costs me $30 a week 32 weeks out of the year and it fills my refrigerator and freezer to bursting with a variety of the freshest, most beautiful organic produce imaginable. The produce is picked the morning I receive it, so it stays incredibly fresh for a surprising while, much longer than grocery store produce lasts. We now eat 75% of our diet as all the colors of the rainbow in organic fruits and veggies. I don’t have to spend
      so much at the grocery store and I get better produce than Publix offers, for way less money than Publix would charge for it. I cut my Publix grocery bill by more than the $30 that I spend for the farm share. I only supplement the farm share produce with grocery store items when they are on sale, such as spices, additional fresh herbs and fruit, a little bit of meat, eggs, gluten-free grains, gas card deals, and only the very best coupon deals each week. If you like a lot of produce, can spend one afternoon each week washing and chopping and bagging veggies for the fridge, and don’t mind a lot of quick colorful stirfry or roasted veggie suppers, try this. I wish I had done it years ago.