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First, thank you so much to everyone who attended the coupon class . I know that I inspired some of you to start saving money. However, I don’t think you know that these coupon classes INSPIRE me to keep teaching, keep laughing, and keep helping people. Each one of your kind words, sweet e-mails, and fabulous e-mails motivates me! Even if you didn’t go to the fun coupon class  night, this post may really help you get started here on Coupon Closet:

As promised, I wanted to do a post for you, to help get you started on this saving adventure.

First, here is the series I was telling you about that you should read. I wrote this a few months back. It should help to give you a road map on your couponing adventure (That way you won’t quit!).
How to Save Big:

To get a better understanding of how to use Coupon Closet, you can check out the Coupon Closet Tour. They are short videos on how to use the blog. I am slowly but surely adding more videos.  You can go here to read more about it.

Here are also the links to most Homeland shopping list and my most recent trips.

If you are ever looking for a coupon either online or in the paper, you can use my Coupon Database to search for coupons. Just type in what you are looking for, and it will bring up all the coupons that you can use -both printable and paper coupons! This is a GREAT feature when you are just starting out because there are going to some items that you just have to buy whether it is on sale or not.

Remember the CVS online videos I was telling you about? Well, you can go and view all those videos here.

If you were interested in All You Magazine you may purchase that subscription as well at the link below. It is just under 20.00 and one magazine I recommend for their high-value coupons. It will take a while before you get your first magazine in the mail, so I would go buy April’s All You at Walmart. It is much cheaper via subscription though.

Another great service is the Groupon. They have several nice daily deals in our area. You may want to sign up for their emails for free here. I do try to post the deals that I think might interest you so you don’t miss out. Groupon is by far my favorite daily deal site. :)

If you would like to subscribe to the Coupon Closet email updates you may do so at this link. This is just a daily e-mail (like I explained at the class), so you will never miss a deal.

I hope this post helps you in your beginning days of your coupon adventure. Please contact me here if you have any questions. If you have Facebook, I do suggest you become a Coupon Closet Fan, for instant help from all the readers.

Happy Couponing!

 
 

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