Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Coupon Class

Thank you to all that attended our coupon class today! It was such a pleasure to meet so many people with the same interest! How did you like the class? What recommendations would you make for next time! Sorry it was rushed towards the end, if you have any questions or comments just let me know!



  1. Thanks so much for the class Sonia! I really learned a lot! Loved your tips on organizinig the coupons, that is where I need the most help!! I'm a mess!!! The Target and Walgreens info was awesome and very helpfull too!! It was great to see you too! Thanks so much to you and Carrie for all your hard work! You two are the reason I started doing this!!

  2. Thanks for the class! I am now a follower of your blog :)

    This is my feedback that I posted on Carie's site:
    Overall, I thought the class was great for beginners. I’ve been couponing for awhile, but I still learned some things. I think beginners benefit a lot from hearing about the different organizational methods, so I would recommend talking about more than just the binder method.

    Most people I talk to think they don’t have time for couponing, and I try to tell them that’s not true. I work full-time and have a family, yet I still have time to coupon. I file the whole inserts and only clip what I need to. This saves me a ton of time each week. Yes, I might miss out on some hot clearance deal or unadvertised sale, but I get so many great advertised deals that it doesn’t bother me to miss out on a few. I use coupon match-up lists from various blogs to create my grocery list and meal plan for the week. If I need an item that is not in a sale ad, I use a coupon database to search for available coupons.

    I wrote a blog post about my method at You do have to register with Froogaloo, but it’s free to join and provides a lot of great information. I would highly recommend it!

    Thanks for the class! I would love to attend an intermediate/advanced class or get involved in a coupon swap.