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Learn how to Coupon and Save Money!

Submitted by on May 27, 2012 – 1:50 pm6 Comments

Surviving the Stores - Couponing Workshop

What would you do with an extra

$400 per month?

That’s what the average family can save every month by learning how to shop smarter with coupons!  And don’t think that couponing is just for junk food, you can save a ton on healthy items for your family, including organics!

Join Rachel and Ryan Holland from the popular money-saving website SurvivingTheStores.com on Thursday May 31st at The Grapevine Concourse in Grapevine, Texas where they will share everything that they wish they would’ve known when they started their journey to survive the stores!

The topics that will be covered in this comprehensive grocery savings class include:

  • Shopping Psychology – including how to avoid common traps at the supermarket and the things that stores and product marketers DON’T want you to know!
  • Strategic Couponing – learn how to coupon in a REALISTIC (vs. Extreme) way to save at least 50% on your grocery bill each month! Learn the strategiesto keep YOUR money in YOUR wallet, even with limited time!
  •  Meal Planning With A Busy Schedule – learn how to plan out your menu to save the MOST money, in the LEAST amount of time, while still providing healthy meals for your family!

The Grapevine class will be on Thursday May 31st from 6pm – 8pm at The Grapevine Concourse and you can get it for HALF OFF with the coupon code “NTKIDS”!   Plus, each person who registers will receive a FREE copy of the most recent Sunday edition of the Fort Worth Star Telegram Newspaper INCLUDING the coupon inserts!

Check out the survivingthestores.com website for more information on their workshops, coupon databases, printable coupons, coupon matchups, freebies and more. You can also connect with them on Facebook and follow their tweets on Twitter.

Surviving the Stores - Couponing Workshop

Would you like to win tickets to the couponing workshop on May 31st in Grapevine?

 

NorthTexasKids is giving away three sets of tickets for you and a friend to attend this class.

To enter, “Like” the North Texas Kids Facebook page and leave a comment under this post about your favorite couponing tip or tell us why you’d like to attend this workshop. Contest ends on Tuesday, 5/29 and the winner will be announced on our Facebook page.

Already a fan of our Facebook page? Great, all you have to do is leave a comment.

Good luck and have fun!

 

6 Comments »

  • Carolyn C. says:

    I would love this! Thanks!!

  • Linzi Baruah says:

    I am a stay-at-home mom and I have been intrigued by comments of so many bloggers who claim to save lots by couponing. The few times I have tried it was a lot of work with very little gain and with 2 young children it just didn’t seem feasible. The class could help me understand the coupling tricks and strategies, so that I can learn to coupon effectively.

  • Kathy C says:

    I like to automatically add coupons to my shoppers cards. Saves time and money. No printing.

  • Stacy Gordon says:

    I like to look for the best sale before I get anxious and use my coupons. I like when I am able to stack them for even better savings.

  • Maria Garcia says:

    This workshop sounds AMAZING. I need to learn how to be more organized in my couponing and this sounds like the perfect opportunity. I organize all my coupons into a binder and I have them organized chronologically by expiration date. And I love to share coupons with others so I also have a binder at work to help others out as well.

  • Yvette Morrow says:

    I need this workshop! I am a working mom and need tips on time saving for couponing. Organization is my problem.

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