<![CDATA[Mr. B's Tech Tips - Blog]]>Mon, 25 Jan 2016 08:29:32 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[Check Out The Latest CVS Coupons on Offer]]>Thu, 01 Oct 2015 21:29:41 GMThttp://mrbstechtools.weebly.com/blog/check-out-the-latest-cvs-coupons-on-offer

​It's so easy to save lots of money on your groceries by collecting coupons and using them accordingly. If you are new to the world of couponing, it's really easy to get started. Let's see how you can collect digital coupons and make saving money more of a priority in your life.

Using coupons 

You can get coupons from magazines or newspapers and even online in digital form to help you make savings on your shopping wherever possible. This is usually in regards to your standard grocery shop but you can actually find digital coupons that can make you get any product you want for amazing prices. The television show "extreme couponing" shows that so much money can be made this way but it does take a lot of effort and should become an important part of your life. Saving money though is so important and the money that you save could be put towards a big purchase that you really want.

Tips for couponing

- Before you spend your coupons and get some freebies, it's time to get collecting in whatever way you can. Digital coupons are especially cool because they are completely free - all you need to do is print them out. There are apps on phones that even have CVS coupons nowadays and they are simply scanned by the salesperson in the store to be activated. There are so many deals out there - from half price items, buy one get one free and much more. When looking for the best couponing websites, do your research and even chat to other couponers to get advice. This ensures that you get the best and as many digital coupons as possible.

- All coupons have fine print and it's really important to check these to see the expiry date and other 'conditions' that there may be to use the coupon. Some coupons might only last for a couple of days for example, so use them while you still can. If you want to get serious about couponing, storing what you collect is really important. You could use a binder, putting the ones that expire first towards the front so you know they have to be used soon. 

- Some coupons will trick you so it's important that you check the original price of the items in the stores, to ensure you are actually saving money. Some places can be very sneaky with their pricing techniques, using a coupon to get an item for $1.00, when it's only $0.98 in the first place is ridiculous but it does happen because customers are not knowledgeable on these tactics.


Collecting coupons is really easy and now you have more of an idea what to do, it's really worth the end result. It's entirely possible to save at least $100 a month on groceries without too much effort at all, this will amount to a lot of cash over time. How much you save depends on the effort you are willing to put in, so get out there right now and give it a go!