Coupon clipping and finding local Cumming, GA store deals

I lost my job last year and my family has been on a tight budget. We are learning to find local deals in addition to clipping Sunday paper coupons. Here are some tips that I have learned from a few people.

If you are interested in tracking local sales for Target, Kroger, Publix, etc. I highly recommend that you subscribe to Southern Savers email newsletter or RSS feed. She does a great job each week listing all the sales and the coupons that you can use with the sale to save even more money.

Other web sites to visit include grocerygame.com, ezmealz.com and couponmom.

Visit the Kroger, Target and Publix web sites to see if they offer coupons on their web site. I have used Kroger and Target’s before and they have helped save extra cash.

Have a favorite product? Visit the manufacturer’s site like Procter & Gamble and sign up for free samples, newsletters and coupons. If you send Thomas a note about their english muffins, they will mail you coupons. I love I.M. Healthy’s Soynut Butter for my peanut allergic daughter and they sent a jar and coupons to me.

Check and see if food manufacturers also have a Facebook fan page and/or Twitter feed and you can find out about promotions that way.

Try a fresh farmers market to get fresh food that will last longer and support local merchants. Cane Creek is another resource to try.

There are many local mom blogs out there that track grocery deals and give coupon advice. Try searching Google and Yahoo as well as Technorati and Google Blog search for local sites that will show your area deals.

You can set up an iGoogle page as a dashboard and track other deal sites like Target coupon RSS feed, slickdeals, woot.com. bfad.net – black friday deals.

Utilize Twitter search if you are on Twitter to find and follow lots of people that track sales and deals.

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