"It's a high for me," she says.
“Even though I didn’t ask for it, random strangers would step up to the plate and help me with whatever I needed,” she explained
If the eye-rolling and heavy sighs of impatient customers waiting for the cashier to process your stack of coupons leave you utterly mortified, extreme couponing might not be for you. But, that doesn't mean you should avoid couponing altogether.
Saving money is one of the hardest things to do on a consistent basis. An estimated 28 percent of Americans don't have any money set aside for emergencies at all, and just under half of the American population claims to have less than three months' worth of household expenses saved.
Entire industries have been built around couponing and the incredible amount of money it can save you. Television shows like Extreme Couponing give the impression if you don't get in on the coupon craze, you're nuts. And I'd have to agree, one of us is crazy.
Around this time of year, it seems like an endless array of visiting family members and bad weather make us hit the ground
Yes, it's that time of year again. Online shoppers will spend countless hours in front of their computer screens to get the best Cyber Monday deals. If you don't like waiting in long lines, this may be your only chance to get those holiday shopping discounts.
"I'm not cheap ok, I think every person should coupon. If you have the opportunity to save money, why wouldn't you?" Words to live by from an unexpected source, a three-time NFL Pro Bowler.
Your bullying tactics are exactly what makes me embarrassed to be a consumer.
He was invited to address the American couponers at a conference in Orlando. Cox gives lectures at a local theater in Brentwood