07 May

Written by Kathryn Vercillo on May 7, 2009

There are those of us who use coupons and promo codes to save a little bit of money. Then there are those people who make saving money with coupons a way of life. Super couponers, also known as coupon queens, offer us average money-savers a lot of insight into the ways that we can save money with smart coupon use. Although there are lots of little tricks to super-coupon use, they basically all boil down to the three s’s: stockpiling, stacking deals and surfing the web.

Stockpiling coupons is the first big rule of super coupon use. This basically refers to the attitude that “more is better” when it comes to coupons and promo codes. Smart coupon users will invest time every week (or maybe even every day) to find the best coupons for the items that they are likely to buy. They will organize these coupons either in physical organizers or online spreadsheets. By stockpiling coupons, you’ll always have a coupon to use when you get ready to buy something.

You shouldn’t use only one coupon with each purchase though. Stacking coupons is the next big habit to adopt if you want to move from regular coupon user to super couponing. Stacking means that you find coupons put out by the store as well as coupons put out by third parties and use both of them to get the best deal possible on any items that you purchase.

And where exactly do you find these coupons? By surfing the Internet of course. Website that offer printable coupons and online promo codes are the best possible place to find deals on an ongoing basis. It’s also smart to read money saving blogs so that you can get new tips on smart coupon use but relying on these three s’s of super couponing should put you well on your way to saving more money.

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One Comment

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    Daniel Goldstein
    May 23rd, 2010

    my dad and his friend do that all the time

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