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Printable Coupon Shopping Grocery List:

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1 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?

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2 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?
Thanks!
Dian

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3 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?
thanks
sharon luna

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4 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?
Dian

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5 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.

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6 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!
Thanks!
Dian

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7 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.

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8 Tammie July 12, 2011 at 10:52 pm

Dian,
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.
PAY IT FORWARD!

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9 Talia August 28, 2011 at 8:45 am

Help!

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 ?

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10 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!
Thanks!
Dian

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11 jamie December 27, 2012 at 9:00 pm

Do you know the website to get printable coupons?

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12 Dian December 27, 2012 at 9:01 pm

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

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13 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.

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14 Dian January 4, 2013 at 9:40 am

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

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