Weekend Couponing Checklist

by Laura on February 5, 2011

If you are learning how to coupon there are some things you can do to make your life much easier.  Since it’s sort of a rainy weekend where I live, I thought I would put together a list of useful things you can do inside to help you be a successful couponer this weekend!

1- If you haven’t already create an e-mail address just for couponing stuff.  Many coupons require you to register which is great because it usually means they will e-mail you more coupons.  But it can tie up your inbox and your personal e-mails may get buried- even though they are very important!  So take a few moments and create a new e-mail address you can use just for couponing purposes.

2- Register for Amazon Mom- it’s FREE!  If you are a mom and you haven’t, register for Amazon Mom!  Click here to see all the amazing benefits! 

3- “Like” A Frugal Chick on Facebook!  That way you always receive status updates when a new post goes up! 

4- Clean out your coupons!  It’s after the first of the month so you probably have a few expired coupons in your stash.  Take a few minutes today to clean them out and get yourself reacquainted with what you have available.  You may find some hidden gems you didn’t know about!

I think that list is a great start for anyone just giving this couponing thing a shot!  Hopefully this will be another step toward you saving some BIG money!

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