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Tried It Out Thursday:Coupon Addiction

I have always been a coupon user and considered myself to be fairly good at getting good deals.  Boy was I wrong!  A few weeks ago at a Woman's Conference I attended a coupon class taught by Rachel over at cloud9couponing  Wow! In a short 45 minutes I learned so much I did not know, and more I need to learn.  This week I tried a few things she taught me over at Albertsons. I went only for the deals.  This is what I bought.
Used 2- .50 off 2 coupons for fruit snacks
2- 1.00 off 4 coupons for juice
1.00 off coupon for the yogart
Albertsons coupon 1.49 each for juice and .99 for sour cream
Found coupons at the store for an additional .40 off sour cream.
Used $3.50 catalina coupon from previous visit.
Total out of pocket: $16.09
The best news, received $13.50 back in catalinas to use on my nest visit.
I have never done that well and I know I didn't do as well as Rachel or my friend Tina.  Let's just say I am HOOKED! I can't wait to see what deals I can make this week.  Check out Rachel's blog she is AMAZING and has some wonderful tips and information. 


  1. Isn't couponing great? It's totally addictive, though. It's all about the thrill of the hunt. My hands get all sweaty whenever I find a good deal.

  2. Thanks Tiffanee,
    I am soooo glad that you are getting momentum. It does my heart a lot of good to see others benefit from my own blessings. Keep at it and don't steal all my juice!! Your site is AWESOME as well. I have now added it to my personal blog under Favorite Food Blogs.


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