The holidays are just around the corner, and you know what that means. My (extended) family is very large, so when we all get together lots of food is needed. I have never been one to use coupons because I have always thought I could get generics or store brands for less. However, I was recently informed by one of my best friends that I was WRONG! I don't like to hear that, BUT if it saves money, I can deal with it. Just show me how to change!!
Southern Savers is a website for those of us who live in the south, and posted on this site are major food chains and their weekly sales ads, etc. What I have found interesting about this site is that you can view the weekly ad and see which COUPONS correspond to the sales ad, print coupons directly from the site, print your grocery list and go. Did you know that some stores allow you to purchase an item that is on sale and apply a manufacturer's coupon plus a store coupon for further discounts? You all probably already know this. But as I said, I didn't. I must have been living in the dark ages... In any case, if you are like I was, this might be some handy information. Check out the site and start saving!
Anyone have any savvy savings ideas you would like to share?
NOTE: I've added the Southern Savers button at the bottom left of the page. Just click and you'll be there.