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Printable Coupon Shopping Grocery List: FREE Printable Coupon Grocery Shopping List

Click here to print your FREE Printable Coupon Grocery Shopping List!

As you watch these videos, please know that I do know my right from my left – lol – the videos were made 5 years ago and I just recreated the pages recently, so a couple of changes were made, but the videos work fine with the pages.

FREE Printable Grocery Store Price Book Sheet:

FREE Printable Grocery Store Price Book Sheet

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FREE Printable Grocery Store Price Book Sheet

Also, click here to learn  –> What Is A Price Book And Why Do I Need One?

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Tamara June 16, 2011 at 2:12 pm

I am a little confused about the shopping list, checkout x’s colum. On the first item you had 16 coupons and you were buying 16, and the checkout x was 16. But on the second one you had 3 coupons for a 2 for 1 sale and you were getting 6, and your checkout x was 1. I don’t understand what the checkout x is. At first I thought it was how many coupons you had, but when you did the second one I got totally confused. Could you explain what that colum is?


Dian June 16, 2011 at 11:20 pm

Tamara » Oh, that is the number of orders I actually have to do to get all of my coupons to double or triple
My stores have rules such as they will double or triple 3 of the same coupon and then any more of that coupon they will only give you face value for, so I am going to check those out 3 at a time.
Say i have 6 Gum and 6 Gum coupons for $.50 and my store will only double the first 3, so i checkout 1 time (x) and buy the first three with three coupons and then i check out another time and buy three and use three more of the same coupons, so that they all will double and I get the most out of them.
Does that make sense?


sharon luna October 13, 2011 at 2:28 pm

hi i was reading you message i live in rockford il and as far as i know no store here doubles or triples coupons. do you know of any?
sharon luna


Dian October 13, 2011 at 2:31 pm

sharon luna » I don’t, I am sorry. Did you call your stores to ask? What stores do you have?


Kelli August 31, 2015 at 10:58 pm

KMART is doubling coupons this week pretty much everywhere .. check with your local KMart.


Melissa June 19, 2011 at 7:04 pm

Hello melissa here, i need help really. this will be my very first time couponing every. I really dont know much about it. i know that you have to check with store. but how do you get to the point when you shop for free and how do you double coupon.


Dian June 19, 2011 at 7:13 pm

Melissa » The best thing is to watch my videos: http://www.groceryshopforfree.com/dians-videos-2/

and/or read my eBook: http://www.groceryshopforfree.com/dians-ebook/

to get started. You will also find more info here: http://www.groceryshopforfree.com/how-to-grocery-shop-for-free/

After watching the videos or reading the eBook, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask!


GroceryLister June 27, 2011 at 4:10 pm

The unit price column is a good idea because it forces you to think about which item is actually a better deal.


Tammie July 12, 2011 at 10:52 pm

While I think your shopping list is a good idea, and I’ve tried using one I made myself, but I found it easier to use my print out from which ever site I frequently use, which has the following (and I’m sure you have seen tis over and over.)

*Circular to find coupon(s)
*Name(s) of products, how many to buy, if there is an advantage sale, etc.
*Coupon Value
*Quantity of Coupons needed
*Sale Price
*Final Price
* Percentage Saved

I write the mount of coupons I have beside each product, write additional items I nee to buy without coupons a the end of the page. Lastly, I fold the print out and place it, along with the coupons, in a legal size enveloope with the store name written on the outside.
This is just another suggestion. I know people use all kinds of techniques. I teach coupon classes and have a Tammie’s Top Ten sites and yours is my #3 favorite; of course I HAVE to write th name of the site I work for as # 1. Everyone has told me the LOVE your site because it is loaded with a lot easy to read coupon kowledge, love all the freebies, and all the othe super cool features you have.
Keep up the good work; it is very evident that you and the hubs put a LOT of wOrk into your site.


Talia August 28, 2011 at 8:45 am


Hi ladies with the economy and all the things my large extended family need I need to start couponing however with a new baby there is hardly any time to do anything where normal life is concerned but this is a must for us .
Can anyone tell me exactly what I need to do step by step to save on my grocery or household bills ?


Dian August 28, 2011 at 8:53 am

Talia » Hi, I have made many videos you can watch that give step by step instruction. I also wrote a :fr: eBook because some people learn thru videos and some thru reading :-) but you can read that, too!
Let me know if you have any questions!


jamie December 27, 2012 at 9:00 pm

Do you know the website to get printable coupons?


Dian December 27, 2012 at 9:01 pm

jamie » There are many – are you looking a particular coupon?


Josie McCoy January 4, 2013 at 8:06 am

I would love it if you could make an iPod ap for your site. Maybe you could put your forms on it. I know I usually shop using my iPod with my list on it. I know I would buy it! Thanks.


Dian January 4, 2013 at 9:40 am

Josie McCoy » Thanks! It is on the list of things I need to do this year!


Jackie December 16, 2014 at 6:10 am

Please send me any information as I am just starting couponing


Dian December 16, 2014 at 9:57 am

These should help:
I have a FREE eBook that explains:

I have FREE Videos that explain, too:

I also have a How To Coupon Section:

As well as a Couponing Question & Answers section:

How To Read A Coupon Matchup:

I am also always around to help! Feel free to email me and ask me anything:


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Grocery Shop for FREE is a coupon & deal blog where you can learn to shop for FREE using grocery coupons.  You can use our Coupon Database to find most available coupons, including printable coupons. You can start by using our many weekly store coupon match-ups including WalmartKroger, CVS, and Walgreens. You can also enter giveaways, learn about Coupon Fraud, and read or print store coupon policies. Whatever you are looking for you can find it here!  If you ever have any questions or need anything, please feel free to reach out and ask me!