Grocery Coupons Guide

Grocery Coupons GuideAre you new to couponing? This grocery coupons guide will show you how to save 50% and more on your grocery bill.

Food coupons have been used historically in direct relationship to grocery prices. The higher the prices, the more coupons are sought.

All About Coupons” reports the following significant facts:

  • 86% of the United States uses coupons.
  • Shoppers saved approximately $2.6 billion last year by using coupons.
  • Manufacturers offered more than $330 billion in coupon savings in 2006.




The new show “Extreme Couponing” on TLC has shocked everyone with the incredible potential of coupon savings, but it exposed some dark sides of couponing too.

Unfortunately, the show has also given people unrealistic expectations about couponing.

With that in mind – if you want to learn how to use grocery coupons and save 50% or more on your grocery bill, than I can certainly help – and you won’t need to spend 60+ hours a week on couponing!

Read the following tutorials and you will be off to a great start!

Couponing Basics

Couponing Techniques

    • Double Coupons – How to increase your saving by doubling discounts.
    • Coupon Stacking – How to combine store and manufacturer discounts together.

Couponing Resources

    • Sunday Coupons Preview – Provides a weekly preview of the nation’s four major Sunday paper coupon inserts: SmartSource, RetailMeNot Everyday (Formally RedPlum), Proctor & Gamble and General Mills. You can also subscribe and get weekly updates by email, Facebook or G+.
    • Printable Grocery Coupons – The best place for printable coupons as well as coupon codes. We feature a wide selection of grocery coupons as well as coupons for books, entertainment, households, restaurants, office supplies and much more.
    • Coupon Abbreviations & Acronyms – Learn the couponing jargon, so that you will be ready to discuss your coupons with others on nearly any forum or at any coupon group.
    • Upromise Digital Coupons Reward Program – A unique way to save money and pay for higher education while making everyday purchases at grocery and drug stores, gas stations, restaurants, retail stores and various online shopping sites.
    • Coupon Forum – A friendly place to share tips and get support.